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Norway has a new national bird...

tuxette (731067) writes | more than 6 years ago

Mozilla 4

The royal cuckoo.

I already knew she was quite a whackjob, but this time she's really flipped. The worst part is that a lot of people out there actually take her seriously... :-/

The royal cuckoo.

I already knew she was quite a whackjob, but this time she's really flipped. The worst part is that a lot of people out there actually take her seriously... :-/

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4 comments

Yikes! (1)

BWJones (18351) | more than 6 years ago | (#19968587)

I've known a few folks that are close, but not quite that far gone... Scary.

this would have been scary (1)

Mantorp (142371) | more than 6 years ago | (#19968627)

in the old days when the royalty actually mattered and made decisions. Now it's just gossip mag fodder.

Norway sucks (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#19968851)

It's full of horse fuckers [aftenposten.no]

Preposterous (1)

Ashtead (654610) | more than 6 years ago | (#20063921)

The Princess, famous for telling fairy tales, now seems to have decided that she lives in a fairy tale.

Or something.

Predictably, she has now taken two weeks sick leave... what? didn't the angels help her with this?

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