Clip - “Norske partyjenter” (”Norwegian party girls”) - at 15:32, 21.04
Eva: Sorry for being late!
Vilde: It’s incredibly rude to be late!
Chris: Aren’t we just gonna have a look at a bus? It’s not a fucking job interview.
Vilde: No, but we still need to appear like we’re reliable so they can trust us to actually pay.
Noora: But they can’t trust us - ‘cause we don’t have money.
Sana: No-one says a word about us not having money.
Vilde: I-I’m thinking that myself and Sana will do the talking, and you’ll be sort of in the background.
Sana: I think I’ll do most of the talking.
Vilde: I can contribute.
Sana: You can contribute a little.
(Mari and another girl talking as the girls walk up to them)
Vilde: Hi! What an insanely cool bus!
Mari: Yeah, I think it’ll be good, but we’re far behind so it looks fucking awful inside, but you can come in and see?
(They all go inside except Sana, who checks it out from outside)
Vilde: Holy fuck, it’s amazing!
Sana: Is it MOT approved?*
Mari: Yes, it’s approved. And all annual fees are paid.
Sana: Does it have any economic easements?
Vilde: Are many people coming to have a look at the bus?
Mari: Well, we haven’t shared it anywhere because it’s important to us that we leave it in the hands of someone we like. So it’s just another bus who’s coming to have a look.
Vilde: Okay. Who?
Eva: The Pepsi Max Squad..
Ingrid: Hi! You’re here too?
Sara: So this is the bus. It’s really cool!
Mari: Yeah. It’s not finished quite yet, we’re a bit behind.
Sara: Wasn’t it One Oak who had it last year?
Mari: Yes. And Vogue in 2015, so as I told the other girls, it’s important to us to kind of pass on that tradition, that there’ll be some cool girls taking it off our hands, too.
Sara: I see what you mean. There’re so many weird buses and concepts out there.
Vilde (forced laugh): Yeah!
Sara: But er…I’m not trying to sell myself in or anything, but I feel like we’re kind of like you, cool, normal, Norwegian party girls.
Sana: And you have such a dope name! “The Pepsi Max Squad”!
Sara: We’re not called that anymore.
Vilde: How many seats are there, then?
Chris: Enough space, then.
Mari: How many are you?
Vilde: Uh, five.
Sara: We’re twenty.
Mari: Yeah? Um..But as I said, the bus is MOT approved, all paperwork is done, and the annual fee is paid. Do you have any questions?
Ingrid: Yeah. Was it 310.000 you wanted for the bus?
Mari: Three hundred.
Ingrid: Because our budget is 310.
Sana: We’re paying 320.
Mari: Yeah. But then both parties are interested?
Sana and Sara: Yes.
Mari: Cool. We want to make a decision pretty soon, so when could you possibly pay?
Sana and Sara: Right away!
Mari: Cool. But if you don’t have any more questions, then…
(The girls looking at each other, alarm sound blaring)
(The two groups walk in opposite directions, the rest of the girls hurry after Sana)
Eva: Hello?? What the fuck just happened?
Sana: I’m getting that bus.
Noora: But we don’t have money!!!
Sana: I’ll fix it.
EU-kontroll - MOT test (for UK) - hard to explai, read about it here
Heftelse - Easements - I’ve never even heard of this before, but read about it here - when a prior owner can still use your new property due to some stuff i don’t understand. :D
By the way, english speaking natives - Is it correct to say “I can supplement you”, as in I can add things to what you’re saying? I know it best as a noun, and I know it’s also used as a verb, but I’m not sure if I’ve heard it used like what I just wrote before, so…if it’s completely off, please let me know?
Thank you, @a-fistful-of-stardust !