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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by Sootyzilla » Mon Sep 22, 2008 12:06 am

I made gravlax yesterday. By this morning it was ready and it's fantastic and so easy. More dill next time, though.
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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Wed Sep 24, 2008 7:47 pm

I didn't know you could make a dill based laxative.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by judy » Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:32 pm

Hi, everyone! I'm a new user -- Swedish, but studying in London at the moment. I just wanted to pop in and say hello (also: hallå)!

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:41 pm

Hej, hur mår du? Hoppas du gillar Anorak.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by let it ride » Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:42 pm

Hej! Vad pluggar du? Jag bor uppe i Hull där jag pluggar sista året på en fil kand.

Ps. Låt dig inte luras av Jayen Aitch, han är min engelska fästman som lär sig svenska! Fast han är väldigt duktig.
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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by anders » Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:42 pm

Hallå. Jag är mer svenska enn Jayen Aitch, men inte lika svenska som Astrid.

That's nothing like Swedish, is it?

I'm Norwegian. Kind of Swedish as well. But I live in Glasgow. Anyway, welcome to Anorak, hoppas du gillar det her.

Jayen is mycket good in Swedish. I think he understands more of what I say when I speak Norwegian than my Swedish flatmate does.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by glitterbadges » Sat Nov 29, 2008 3:36 pm

välkommen judy! (: du har ett väldans fint namn!


today we started with our christmas decoration and tomorrow its skyltsöndag! i love advent, i really do! downside; the belly ache from eating too much gingerbread dough ): astrid/johnny/judy, hows it going on the snowfront in england? everything rained away today ): buuuuh.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Sat Nov 29, 2008 6:18 pm

Det finns inte just nu, men det är jättekall.

Mmm, pepparkakor, jag tror vi ska baka det snart.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by judy » Sat Nov 29, 2008 8:45 pm

Hi, people, lovely to meet (well, you know, via the Internet) you all!

Jayen Aitch: Hej på dig med, och jag mår bara bra (despite the icy cold weather, ack! I just came back from a walk and my nose actually aches). Jag har bara varit medlem i några dagar, men Anorak är underbart!
let it ride: Hej! Jag har SNART (två veckor kvar!) avslutat min första termin av English Literature. Det är underbart kul och jag är helt kär i det! Och förlåt om det är en dum fråga, men var ligger Hull? (Mina geografikunskaper är pinsamt dåliga! Mängden av gånger som jag har utropat, "Så exotiskt! Det ligger ju jättelångt borta!" när folk har berättat att de kommer från Shropshire...) P.S. OJ, jag lät mig fakiskt luras...!
anders: Of course you're kind of Swedish! How odd that your Swedish flatmate has a trouble understanding you -- it's Danish that's completely incomprehensible to me. Really, I do not understand it! If somebody speaks to me in Danish, I tend to stare at them blankly and say, hesitantly, "Ja...?" Probably all the Danish people I've talked to so far have believed me to be dim-witted. Also, ooh, you live in Glasgow! I'd love to go there someday. Is it true that there are shops in Glasgow that will deep fry anything you want? Like, say, a Mars bar or a carrot or, well, anything? Because if that's true, I would be amazed and kind of excited.
glitterbadges: Tack så mycket! And I love advent, too, particularly the gingerbread dough (it's SO worth the bellyache! OH I love it so much...). There's no snow in London now, only wind and lots of rain! I'm going home over the holidays, though, so I'm hoping there will be at least SOME snow left when I get home... Is it really all gone? AW.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Sat Nov 29, 2008 9:56 pm

Hull ligger i nordöstra England, i Yorkshire. Så jag kan nästan också sjunga "Ja, jag vill leva, jag vill dö i Norden" med stången på Midsommarafton och i VM.

Var är du ifrån i Stockholm?

English Literature är jätteroligt, det var vad jag pluggade, i Aberystwyth (i Wales)
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Anders: Jag visste inte att du är också ganska Svensk. Grattis.

Det är lätt att prata med dig, men jag kan inte förstå danska människor heller.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by anders » Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:10 am

jayen_aitch wrote:Anders: Jag visste inte att du är också ganska Svensk. Grattis.

Det är lätt att prata med dig, men jag kan inte förstå danska människor heller.
Don't worry, Jonny. No one understands Danish.



Grattis? Jo, takk. Jeg er faktisk veldig svensk, sånn egentlig. Litt rart at jeg ikke har fortalt det til deg før siden det å være svensk er noe du setter høyt, men jeg har altså svensk pass; pappas familie - men jeg har bodd i Oslo hele livet (nåja, minus halvannet år) så jeg klarer ikke helt si at jeg er svensk uten å legge til noe om Oslo, fjorder, fjell og brunost.

Du kan få det meste deep fried i Glasgow, ja! Man kan visstnok gå inn i noen chip shops og spørre om de kan frittere hva du nå måtte ha med deg, en venn av meg påstår å ha frittert et eple...! Men både det og Mars sjokolader er nok ganske uvanlig, men det som er vanlig og som jeg syns er like uforståelig er fritterte pizzaer...

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by Sootyzilla » Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:31 am

judy wrote:Also, ooh, you live in Glasgow! I'd love to go there someday. Is it true that there are shops in Glasgow that will deep fry anything you want? Like, say, a Mars bar or a carrot or, well, anything?
I love the way this idea has replaced kilts, whisky, razor gangs etc as the first thing that people think of in relation to Glasgow.
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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by judy » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:21 am

Jayen Aitch: Jaha, det ligger i Yorkshire! Yorkshire verkar underbart fint (min bild av det KAN ha påverkats en aning av Wuthering Heights, jag erkänner, bara en massa hedar). Sjäv bor jag i Stockholmsdelen av Stockholm, typ tio minuter från centrum (med tunnelbana)!

English Literature är jätteroligt! Även om det knappast hjälper mig med mitt bokberoende... (Böckerna här är så billiga att jag inte kan kontrollera mig! Jag bara handlar böcker hela tiden, det är hemskt.) Vilka valbara kurser tog du?

anders: Friterad pizza? Snälla, säg att du skämtar! Det låter ju fruktansvärt...

Sootyzilla: There are razor gangs in Glasgow? No one mentioned that to me! All they told me was that there were deep fried Mars bars in abundance...

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by glitterbadges » Tue Dec 02, 2008 6:55 pm

judy wrote: glitterbadges: Tack så mycket! And I love advent, too, particularly the gingerbread dough (it's SO worth the bellyache! OH I love it so much...). There's no snow in London now, only wind and lots of rain! I'm going home over the holidays, though, so I'm hoping there will be at least SOME snow left when I get home... Is it really all gone? AW.
yeah its worth it definitely! hopefully stockholm will have their part of our snowstorm as well! now there's TONS of snow again yaay! if not, there is always this: http://www.coolstuff.se/Supersno haha (:
anders wrote:Du kan få det meste deep fried i Glasgow, ja! Man kan visstnok gå inn i noen chip shops og spørre om de kan frittere hva du nå måtte ha med deg, en venn av meg påstår å ha frittert et eple...! Men både det og Mars sjokolader er nok ganske uvanlig, men det som er vanlig og som jeg syns er like uforståelig er fritterte pizzaer...
haha, i had one of those fried mars bars! insaaane. whats next, a fried lollipop? anything is possible!
jayen_aitch wrote: Mmm, pepparkakor, jag tror vi ska baka det snart.
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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by judy » Thu Dec 04, 2008 1:17 am

Ahaha, supersnö! Det måste vara en av de läskigaste produkter jag någonsin har sett, men om det inte finns någon snö när jag kommer hem kanske desperationen driver mig till att köpa lite. Och sedan kan jag bygga en snögubbe i mitt rum! En SUPERsnögubbe!

What did the fried Mars bar taste like? I am so very curious, sorry, it's just... I can't get over it! SO weird.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Thu Dec 04, 2008 7:01 pm

Heh, can you imagine that being sold in Stockholm, that would seem so out of place.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by Martijn » Sat Dec 27, 2008 5:08 pm

When I first went to Stockholm, I stayed in this boat they have converted into a hostel. Which is dead cool, of course. (In Lund, southern Sweden, I stayed in some night train carriages-turned-hostel.) But Sweden wouldn't be Sweden if they hadn't come up with something even more exciting.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Sat Dec 27, 2008 5:13 pm

I was reading about that, it is really exciting, but I'm not sure how long I would want to stay at Arlanda airport.

Was it the Gustav Av Klint you stayed at in Stockholm?

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by Martijn » Sat Dec 27, 2008 5:17 pm

jayen_aitch wrote:Was it the Gustav Av Klint you stayed at in Stockholm.
No, Af Chapman. Although that might have been the name of the hostel, not of the ship. The ship is on Skepsholmen (sp?), on the side of Gamla Stan.

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Re: Sweden / Sverige

Post by jayen_aitch » Sat Dec 27, 2008 5:28 pm

oh, that one looks much nicer.

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