Norwegiangirl

norwegiangirl


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Happy birthday! No homo 11 comments
norwegiangirl · 31 weeks ago
In Spanish, yes. In portugese, maybe not? I only know spanish myself tho
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Old turtle with her babies 3 comments
norwegiangirl · 31 weeks ago
4 of them are not like the others
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Time is relative, man 1 comments
norwegiangirl · 35 weeks ago
Unfortunately it was a PR stunt
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So tired your eyelids burn 27 comments
norwegiangirl · 38 weeks ago
Oh, how fun! Yes, you have to find the joy in the little things!
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So tired your eyelids burn 27 comments
norwegiangirl · 38 weeks ago
And gently massage the eyelids after warm compressions to get the meibom out! And take breaks from your computer every 20 minutes or so, look at something 20 ft away and blink 20 times.
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What's the time between xmas & new years eve called in your country? 23 comments
norwegiangirl · 41 weeks ago
When I was a kid, I thought the «rom» in romjul meant «rom» as in outer space. I was so confused why we called it Outer-space-christmas, but figured it had something to do with the bethlehem star
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Don't mind me, I'm just chillin 3 comments
norwegiangirl · 41 weeks ago
Did you take this photo? Because I had an instictive feeling it was taken in Norway before I saw who posted it
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I only wanted to go on an adventure 2 comments
norwegiangirl · 41 weeks ago
Norwegian russebuss?
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Squint your eyes 8 comments
norwegiangirl · 43 weeks ago
High amounts of reading and near-related tasks does result in higher myopia generally. And the more education you have, the more myopic you will be (statistically). But of course, the eyes doesnt know the difference between reading «smart» books and flipping through playboy all day. So the correlation with intelligence might not suit everyone in that sense either lol. I’m an optometrist, so I see highly myopic patients who’s not more intelligent than average haha
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Squint your eyes 8 comments
norwegiangirl · 43 weeks ago
I just took out my contacts (-6,00) so no need to squint
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Gumshoe 14 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Exactly jokur. Yes, taxes are higher than some other places, but still similar to many others. And the benefits you get - free healthcare, free university, great student loan/scholarships. If you pass all of your exams, 40% of your loan get’s converted to a scholarship
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Gumshoe 14 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Exactly jokur. Yes, taxes are higher than some other places, but still similar to many others. And the benefits you get - free healthcare, free university, great student loan/scholarships. If you pass all of your exams, 40% of your loan get’s converted to a scholarship
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Gumshoe 14 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Yes, I live in Norway and it’s pretty damn great. I think the taxes thing sounds worse than it actually is. With an income of around 45k a year you pay 24% in taxes. And with 100k it’s about 30%. How much is it in the US?
Source: Lifeinnorway. net/income-tax/
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Most expensive stays in the world 3 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
100% can confirm
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Most expensive stays in the world 3 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
100% can confirm
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Not much 18 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
I got a promotion and a raise. And got engaged! 2020 isn’t that bad for my personal life
Not much 18 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
I got a promotion and a raise. And got engaged! 2020 isn’t that bad for my personal life
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Aftermath of a bear attack and its reconstruction 19 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
It’s Wes Perkins (i Googled «bear face man», I’m too tired to think but Google gets me)
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Aftermath of a bear attack and its reconstruction 19 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
What’s his name? I need to read the story!
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Hmmm 9 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Is this a car elevator? I’ve never seen or heard of something like that before
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Oh-see meem for funsubbers about phantom downvoter 18 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
How could you tell the difference between «the real deal» and people doing for the lols..?
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X Æ A-12 FOEVER 6 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Æ is pronounced like the A in ash, but it does not involve the sh at all.. why did they choose a letter they can’t even pronounce..
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Bog-myrtle (another favorite plant of mine) 3 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Something must be wrong. I don’t see a pigeon anywhere in this picture.
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Justice for tall people, we need longer blankets! 9 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
My duvet is 220 cm, that would work
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Scandinavia and The World - The urge to Viking is strong 8 comments
norwegiangirl · 1 year ago
Finland is a part of Norden (the nordic countries) alongside Iceland and others, so they are often confused. Happy I could help someone learn something about scandinavia today :)
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