by Frode Øverli
— What a day! Eight hours of rush hour traffic with a steady stream of psycopathic passengers!
— Rude teenagers, old ladies with beer breath, and to top it all off, the Norwegian World Cup Recorder Band practicing…
— Sometimes life is just…
— Not too bad at all!
by Børge Lund
— Kjell had a little feeling that someone was messing with him.
— Come out, Nico! I know it’s you!
— Relax, Kjell. I was just messing with you.
— I had a little feeling!
by Nils Axle Kanten
— Bro, I do not get you moving back to this tacky village.
— Yeah, well…
— It’s very convenient to have a big house when you have kids.
— Watch out! Megalomania! Tacky, tacky!
— Hey… you put up a picture of me too?
— Yeah, of course.
— Incredibly tacky to hang family photos on the wall!
Han Ola og Han Per
by Peter J. Rosendahl, with new translations by John Erik Stacy
— There, by gosh, is that angry strange bull.
— Good thing it turned out like it did, Ola.
— We’ve been lucky so far, Per, but it will be tough to hang in this cold wind.
— I will try to pour the kerosene I have in the jug and you can see if you can scratch on a match and drop it down.
— Well, we can always try and see if it has an effect.
— I bet he is going up the hill in “high gear” boy.
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