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anonymous asked:

spørsmålsrunde: jeg får med meg rundt på nettet at i usa å gå i samme klær dagen etter du har gått med dem ikke er greit??? er det noe folk i Norge og er enige om? for jeg går med dem til de er skitne, kan fint gå med samme bukse og genser i 4 dager liksom.....

jeg sier gjør akkurat som du vil, men skift og vask klærne innen rimelig tid. jeg ville ikke gått med samme svette t-skjorte i 14 dager liksom

Cozy Vocab in Norwegian

inspired by this post by @malteseboy

et kyss - kiss
en film - movie
en kos - cuddle
en genser - sweater
en pute - pillow
en kaffe - coffee
en sokk - sock
en bok - book
en komfort - comfort
et teppe - blanket
en lur - nap
en brann - fire
en katt - cat
en varme - warmth
en stjerne - star
en te - tea
en klem - hug 
et lys - candle

myk - soft
delikat - delicate
søt - sweet
komfortabel - comfortable
varm - warm

å kysse - to kiss
å klemme - to hug
å ta vare på (noen) - to take care of (sb.)
å legge seg ned - to lie down
å kose - to cuddle
å lese - to read
å sove - to sleep
å hvile - to rest 

I’m so excited that it’s finally September, so here’s a little vocab list to celebrate my favourite season  🍂 🍁

høst - autumn

september - september

oktober - october

november - november


et tre - tree

trær - trees

et blad - leaf

blader - leaves

et eple - apple

farger - colours

regn - rain

en regnfrakk - raincoat

en paraply - umbrella

en genser - a sweater

en frakk - coat

støvler - boots

et skjerf - scarf

et gresskar - pumpkin

et kostyme - costume

en kastanje - chestnut

sukkertøy - candy

sjokolade - chocolate

suppe - soup

te - tea

tre - wood

en brann - a fire

et lys - a candle


å falle - to fall

å endre - to change

å skremme - to scare

å være redd - to be afraid


kald - cold

kjølig - chilly

skyet - cloudy

skremmende - frightening

koselig - cozy

fargerik - colourful

clothes - norwegian vocab 👔👗

å ha på seg - to wear

å kle på seg - to get dressed

å ta av - to take off

klærne - clothes


en skjorte - a shirt

en genser - a sweater

en jakke - a jacket

en bluse - a blouse

en regnjakke - a raincoat


pants - bukser

et skjørt - a skirt

undertøy - underwear

en kjole - a dress

en dress - a suit


briller - glasses

en hatt - a hat

et skjerf - a scarf

en knapp - a button

a pocket - en lomme

et belte - a belt

et slips - a tie

gloves - hansker

en ørering - an earring


sko - shoes

sokker - socks

støvler - boots

How I headcanon sexualitys and genser identities in Voltron: LD
  • Pidge: Agender Pansexual Panromantic
  • Hunk: Cisgender Demisexual Panromantic
  • Lance: Cisgender Bisexual Biromantic
  • Keith: FtM Transgender Homosexual Panromantic
  • Shiro: Cisgender Heterosexual Biromantic
  • Allura: Cisgender Asexual Heteroromantic
  • Coran: Nonbinary Asexual Aromantic
Seeds of thought : Wicdiv 455AD

Hey everyone ! Fair warning, this month’s analysis is a bit heavy on the History lesson side. I try not to go all nerdy on here because I want to emphasize that this is only my opinion/thoughts and not “10 things you need to know to understand this issue” but the further we go back in time, the harder it gets to analyse things without putting them in context first. So yeah, sorry about that. Anyway, as usual spoilers under the cut. Enjoy !


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Winter Clothes in Norwegian

In light of the winter season, here are just some winter clothing items in Norwegian!

Votter: mittens

Hansker: gloves

Støvler: boots

et Skjerf: scarf

en Genser: sweater

ei Lue: beanie

en Frakk: (men’s) coat

en Kåpe: (women’s) coat

In Norwegian, they make a differentiation between a man’s dress coat and a woman’s dress coat, as you can see above. However, the word for “jacket” which is: ei jakke is the same for either gender, and the same with ei dunjakke which is a down coat. 

Here are some extra words!

Støvletter: Boots with heels on them, the kind that women would wear.

et Pannebånd: a knitted headband

Ørevarmere: earmuffs 

Sko: shoes

ei Bukse: pants or jeans

et Skjørt: skirt

en Bluse: blouse

ei Skjorte: shirt 

et Sjal: shawl 

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