How well is homosexuality received in Norway?

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Anonymous.

I was going to answer this with a positive answer, but then I realised that it’s not really a question which a straight person should answer. It would be better if our followers, preferably queer, could answer this question. 

sundxwn:

Trollstigen , Norway . .by pascal Kiszon
hei :) I was wondering if you could help me, what's a good way to say " That sounds like a great/good idea" in Norwegian?

you can say “det høres ut som en god idé”

For the anon asking about hiking: Den norske turistforening has lots of information on outdoor activities in Norway. I've only really looked into their "Safety in the Norwegian Mountains" thingy, but maybe the other stuff's interesting, too? The English version of the website can be found at english(.)turistforeningen(.)no

asked by
maerchenhexe.
What do you think about the norwegian show 'Kollektivet'? Is it worth watching?

asked by
durum-burum.

i watch some of their stuff, but not all of it is my type of humour. I guess you should just try for yourself and see if you like it :)

Hello! Sorry if this was already asked.. I would like to know everything about seeing the northern lights. So, I was asking if you have a webpage to recommend me where I can find info. Like when it's the best time of the year, trips, things I should bring (like clothes), etc. Thanks in advance! :) Have a great day!

Hello! Umm I actually have no experience with northern lights so I’m thinking that a quick google search would be more helpful than me. Although I do know that some of our followers live up north and can probably help you. If anyone wants to share anything leave a reply!

Other than that you can try sites like this or this.

Regarding clothes: you will need one of these! Maybe even two. Norway is coooooold…..

Karen here: I have actually seen the northern lights from my home (in Bergen), but this is very rare here. I would reccomend going to the all the way to the northern parts of norway. Lofoten, for example. I’d say go during winter-time. That is the time of year when northern lights are most common. You should bring wool, fleece and things you an layer. Always wear wool closest to your skin, because even if you get sweaty, the wool will keep your heat from leaving your body. Also, remember scarves, hats and mittens. I think you can find a lot of useful information at english (.) turistforeningen (.) no. Good luck, and have a nice trip! :D
Do you have any advice on hiking in Norway?

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Anonymous.

you need wool, fleece, overtrekksbukse, allværsjakke, a camping stove, a dog would be nice to keep you company, a BIG backpack (like biiiiiig. Minimum like 600 litres). A map and a compass might be necessary if you’re thinking of leaving the track (or gps). OH AND KVIKK LUNSJ 10/10 will need it is the law to have kvikk lunsj when hiking.

Bokmål or Nynorsk?

asked by
hatign.

What we use personally? Bokmål.

can u tell me how to say " you are dear to me" ? :D :D

asked by
Anonymous.

hmm, this is actually quite difficult. i don’t think we have a translation for that exact sentence. but we have similar sentences, f.ex. “jeg er glad i deg”. I guess you can use that.

chiquitabacaana:

welcome to the norwegian language

chiquitabacaana:

welcome to the norwegian language

Er dere norsk?

Oui oui!! :)