Hundre og en dalmatinere by Kari Skjønsberg

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Hundre og en dalmatinere by Kari Skjønsberg

"Frisia team played a football match against Hamburg. Team Frisia missed the gate seven goals and scored another own goal. When put expired a half hours of play and the referee whistle announced the completion of the match, Hamburg's team lined up in a row and left the locker room, and Frisia team continued to play and after 59 minutes, scored his first goal back. " However, one of the most popular German comedian Otto is that he - a native of Frisia. It is not clear whether the jokes are composed of friezes outside Frisia it yourself or friezes so make fun of everyone else, but at the same time on yourself. The language of the Frisians, who endures to the last century, under the influence of a strong change in German, is a cross between Dutch and English. So, perhaps, we have here a local branch of the famous British humor?


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