Tine Thing Helseth

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  1. cooperwilliamp

    cooperwilliamp New Friend

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    Alison Balsom
     
  2. rettepnoj

    rettepnoj Fortissimo User

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    Du tulla nå? Hvis ikke, sjekk hjemmesiden hennes, og se på videoen Caprice no. 24 av Paganini! Hun har skrevet en del variasjoner!

    Sorry Ted, nothing wrong with your comuter this time either..:)
     
  3. nordlandstrompet

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    5 på du også? :woop:

    ROFL
     
  4. rettepnoj

    rettepnoj Fortissimo User

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    Njjei, ikke helt..:-) Men vet jo aldri med brassbandere..:-)
     
  5. tedh1951

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    I'm soooo confused. :huh::shock::?::-?:dontknow:
     
  6. Bachstul

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    That would be 5 pa du ogsa. According to my Norwegian translator book, this means "five pound dogs to go."

    Simple!
     
  7. tedh1951

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    Of course - silly me. :huh:
     
  8. rowuk

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    5 på du også (5 at you too) is sort of like "give me 5". Maybe there are some Norwegians that use this more like "a kick in the butt" (yeah, most of us have 5 toes........)

    Du tulla nå? Hvis ikke, sjekk hjemmesiden hennes, og se på videoen Caprice no. 24 av Paganini! Hun har skrevet en del variasjoner!

    Are you full of it? Failing this, check her home page, and look at the video Caprice no. 24 from Paganini! She has (written) a few variations!
     
  9. nordlandstrompet

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    Educational, since norwegian will be the official language on TM in the nearest future:

    "Å gå 5 på" is an expression which is difficult to explain with simple words,
    (like some musical expressions, you just know what it means)
    but everyone (in Norway) knows the meaning.

    A good April fool will make you "gå 5 på". (Go 5 on.....)
    It's more in the line of "To get tricked".

    "Du tulla nå?" = "Are you kiddin' me?" If not, check her home page, and look at the video Caprice no. 24 from Paganini! She has (written) a few variations!

    For the record: I certainly know who Alison Balsom is :-P Geeee :roll:
     
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  10. rowuk

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    TO ARMS, TO ARMS! THE VIKINGS ARE ON THE HORIZON! TO ARMS, TO ARMS

    (insert trumpet call here)
     

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