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Author: Patty |
April 20, 2011 |
The sound of Scandinavian laughter is so biting…
could've cut the last 30 seconds…
Too bad that guy couldn't hear the laughter…or anything else for the rest of the week…
all those hardy laughs…ITS PRICELESS!
Not any scandinavian language that I can identify, althoug it sounds a lot like Norwegian. I would also suggest Dutch, as norwegian and dutch can sound very similar ( I should know, I'm Norwegian and have studied in Holland).
At the start I thought it was dutch, but im dutch and I cant make out anything they are saying.. Specially in the end sounds alot more german / scandinavian then dutch to me. Its definately not dutch they are speaking. Tho what they are DOING is typical dutch, from the Drenthe Area (where Im from).
It is Dutch. Probably a dialect from somewhere around the German border. Could be Twente/Achterhoek or Groningen as well, besides Drenthe. At the end a couple of words in German, rest is Dutch, though with a lot of dialect mixed in.
Best laughs ever.
Carbied schieten is a tradition by mostly dutch farmers for celebrating new year, you take an empty milk can, put carbid in it and a bit of water, that creates a flamable gass, you put the lit on and wait for a minute to let the gass build up, then you light it with a torch at a small hole at the back of the can.
They also do this with way bigger cans and tubes, like thisone:
They don't shoot anything, they just blow the lit off
That’s going to make thngis a lot easier from here on out.
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