11 Hilarious Tweets About Nordic Names Male

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The Swedes are a unique bunch: they have the lowest level of name diversity in Europe, according to researchers. (Only about one in every 100 Swedish people has an unusual surname.) And as you’d expect from such low variety, there’s plenty of creativity when it comes to naming children. This month we’ve been reading up on some awful names for grown-ups – but what about kids? Here are 11 hilarious tweets about Nordic names male that will make you laugh out loud! 11 Hilarious Tweets About Nordic Names Male — Oh how I love this list by @CeceliaLintner with her excellent drawings and commentary! And yes, I know she is Canadian 🙂 But still so funny and true!

The Swedes are a unique bunch: they have the lowest level of name diversity in Europe, according to researchers. (Only about one in every 100 Swedish people has an unusual surname.) And as you’d expect from such low variety, there’s plenty of creativity when it comes to naming children. This month we’ve been reading up on some awful names for grown-ups – but what about kids? Here are 11 hilarious tweets about Nordic names male that will make you laugh out loud!

Oh how I love this list by @CeceliaLintner with her excellent drawings and commentary! And yes, I know she is Canadian 🙂 But still so funny and true!

Featuring Viking names like:

» thelgeir (loud-speaker) » hjorvarr (thunder warrior) and »odinrögíngaðiþulrúnir« or “Odin’s stone ringer”!!

Okay, I am not even going to try to pronounce that one. But it is hilarious!

@CeceliaLintner If you want an etymology for your child’s name, go with something simple – like Olaf the Terrible.– pic.twitter.com/PkTkhbQxSs — Loose Translation (@loosetranslation) December 16, 2017 __ #hashtag description A list of funny tweets about Nordic names for male. Some are from @CeceliaLintner with her excellent drawings and commentary! And yes, I know she is Canadian 🙂 But still so funny and true! thelgeir (loud-speaker) — hjorvarr (thunder warrior ) and — odinrögíngaðiþulrúnir or “Odin’s stone ringer”!!– Okay, I am not even going to try to pronounce that one. But it is hilarious!–

@CeceliaLintner If you want an etymology for your child’s name,

Rules to Live By:

A man can be called anything as long as it’s not horribly offensive. The name is not the thing you are looking for, but a signpost of where to start on your search for who he really is. -Rollo May John Doe has been in many places and done many things..He wants his next destination–you!–to be happy with him! He’ll work hard today so that tomorrow will come smoothly and happily! So let John Doe take care of himself while you do what YOU need to do too! In this blog post I’ll share 11 tweets about names from Nordic countries males have had before they changed their name or adopted one when moving abroad. An Icelandic man was named Björk after the singer but changed his name to avoid embarrassment. I’m going to finish writing this blog post tomorrow and publish it on Monday! Now I am off to bed so that I can wake up early enough for work in the morning. Goodnight world! What are your thoughts on Nordic names? Leave a comment below or tweet at me @thewanderlustbear with #blogpostideas ! 🙂 We hope you enjoyed this long-form content, please share with friends and family if they might enjoy reading about our ideas too! Thank you for taking time out of your day today to read our blog post idea! Have an awesome rest of your week ahead!

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Post #12: 11 Funny Tweets about Norwegian Men

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“11 Funny Tweets about Norwegian Men”.

  • See you tomorrow for Post #12, “11 Funny Tweets about Norwegian Men”!
  • -Hilary & Juliana from Hilary’s Blogs Around the World (Australia)
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  • “@MiaBorch: @NinaSkarpenes I’ve never seen any other country where people have funnier names than Norway ” – Mia Borch (@MiaBorch) on January 21st 2017.
  • “@NinaSkarpenes: @MiaBorch ikke fortelle meg at du har en kjekk nordmann høhaha ” – Nina Skarpenes (@NinaSkarpenes) on January 21st 2017.
  • “Norwegian Names are Hilarious”.
  • “I had a Norwegian professor and he was hilarious to say the least!”-Eli Ochoa (GMU).
  • * “Weird, funny, or just plain dumb? #norsknames.”-Christopher Ratcliff (@cpsratcliffe).
  • “This is what I call a *Norwegian Name* 😂” – @Kurumi_Aki.
  • “It’s a funny phenomenon that you find in the Nordic countries.”-Olga Khvostunova (@olgakhv).
  • “‘Nordic people have some of the craziest names,’ he said while rolling his eyes.”-Charlotte Mercantier (France) on January 21st 2017.
  • “I hope I don’t meet any more Norwegian women with ridiculous first names like ‘Lilleba’ or ‘Dada’.”-Amy Butler, Paris and London correspondent for The Guardian newspaper on December 29th 2016.
  • “‘The Amazing Race’: Season 27 Episode 14 Recap: ‘Tick-Tock, We’re Going Back in Time'”-Erik Anderson.
  • “How do you pronounce this? *”Pronounce it how the English would.” – @RolfeHynes”

“Do not try to read any of these names with a French accent.”-Nathalie Charlier (France) on December 13th 2016. “‘Norwegians have some really funny sounding family names like ‘Haakon.'”-Simon Rooney (@simon_rooney).

“This is what I call a Norwegian Name 😩😂 norsknames pic.twitter.com/”K I love my last name. It’s Norwegian, and is pronounced ” My mom named me after a guy from the TV show ‘The Facts of Life’. I’m not kidding. She was like 19 years old and he was on her favorite show so she went to his door in New York City while they were filming an episode He opened it wearing sweatpants with no shirt on underneath, totally expecting someone else. My Mom always tells this story as if it turned out great for her but really? She caught him at home without any pants! He must have been off camera when she knocked on the door too because he didn’t come down until about two or three minutes later. At that

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