-5 med tunt lager snö. Ganska kallt för att vara Blekinge.
The largest church there is dedicated to a Norwegian saint, so the city might as well be rightfully ours.
>men det skal komme mye mer, og også bli mye kaldere
Nej, det ska det inte. Satan, jag HATAR att leva i det här jävla skithålet.
What kind of employment opportunities are there in Norway exactly?
I understand everywhere there will always be work in a shop, delievering mail etc. But is there a demand for anything in particular? Teachers, engineers? Is there a jewellery industry at all?
Nja, sies det skal bli det her i alle fall. Vet ikke med resten av Europa.
Only the spire, no? Which looks like it needs some fixing up, even now. But that's the curse of St Olaf. The Nidaros Cathedral, supposedly built on his burial ground, has had its shit fucked up numerous times in history by various causes.
but they mean shit/crap and poop respectively
but really, lort means both shit and crap
beskidt means dirty since since "skidt" means dirt, its an entirely different word and not related to "skid"
"skid" means crap but can mean shit if used as a verb "at skide" = to shit
Pretty much all land in Norway is either farmland, forest or mountain.
I guess forestry is a thing but it's a much larger industry in Sweden and Finland.
Actually best guess for good employment in Norway that isn't banana-peeling tier is in the fishing industry, either as a fisherman or as factory worker.
Oil is an unstable market, as prices constantly drop and rise, and with it jobs come and go. I'd say fishing is a safe bet, although in the larger cities anything goes when it comes to regular work. A britbong can easily get a job in a pub, or whatever else he might desire. I wouldn't say it's hard to work as whatever you'd like in Norway, as long as you have some experience and basic language skills. Education of course also helps.
played nazi music while I had german tourists in my car tbqh lads
Didn't even realize it
Not right now because of the oil price drop.
Fish however is eternal. Unless the greedy fucks actually manage to fish everything up. Not impossible but hopefully improbable.
I was thinking stuff that nets you a really nice pay without requiring that much skill. To me that fishrelated stuff is great for just that.
Also how has harryturerna been affected by the weak Norwegian crown? Essentially all Swedish products have become 10 % more expensive for you guys.
Tror ikke det forandrer så mye, ettersom det fortsatt vil være dritmye billigere der enn her. Men så klart liker vi ikke at krona ligger så lavt, så det er bare å håpe på lysere tider. Håper i alle fall turistene tar nytte av dette, for mye billigere kommer Norge aldri til å bli.
Babby-tier senpai, but I honestly can't find anything that crude just out of there. But Danish humor is something like this at times.
In danish btw, so good luck understanding what this sandnigger says
>dyresex er lovligt
Tak for påmindelsen om hvad var
FOR HELVEDE GÅ NU TILBAGE TIL LIBERAL ALLIANCE PERVERSE STODDER
Ironically I've never been near the sea.
Oh okay, I wasn't sure if the population was large enough to support low level work for foreigners. The reason I asked about jewellery is because that's where my area of expertise lies.
ja, det var jo ærgerligt med din mor
Omar er ikke videre frem den sjoveste mand, nok også kun derfor at han kun optræder på små klubber i det indre Kobenhavn
Ja for fanden
Fy for helvede hvor er det ulækkert og derfor vil jeg have at det skal være forbudt, har du et problem?
You probably could work with that, yeah. I'm not sure what the market here for that is, but I can't imagine it being too competitive as it's kind of a niche, but there are 3 jewelry stores in my town, so I can't say that for sure. Could probably charm some ladies too with your accent.
Whould want a cross on their flag anyway
I believe there is a shortage for gold and silversmiths, but I have no idea concerning jewelry or gemstones.
But these sort of businesses are really low-key in Norway, so I doubt anyone outside the trade would really know what it is like.
Ahhh, is that so.
I went to the school of jewellery in Birmingham. I have HND gemmology and my FGA + DGA qualifications from Gem-A. I want to get the CAT, which is for high level appraisal.