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Is There a Linguist in the House?

I just love Feedjit.

I love it because it allows me to see what cities, states, and even countries my visitors come from.

I’ve also noticed that there is a consistent stream of visitors to my blog from Norway, via a forum site titled, “Paranormal.no.” They refer to my blog about the “ghost” flying around the store in Texas.

I love that I’ve gone international, but I really wish I knew what they were saying. I’ve tried some different online translation sites, but they’ve come up empty, and I feel sort of “left out” because I can’t respond or post to the forum. (Okay. The real reason is that I want to make sure they aren’t talking smack about me!)

Does anyone here speak Norwegian?


3 Responses

  1. I had to laugh! I read your blog as well and because of it I got feedjit. I love it too, so thank you and many kudos.

    Unfortunately I don’t speak Norwegian and can’t help you on your translation, but at least you have a fan base in Norway.

    Just imagine the global empire you will amass with your blog, Norway today the world tomorrow!

  2. Here this might help.


    If you Google Norwegian Dictionary there are a few online versions.

    The language can be difficult at times. I am half Faroese and used to speak Faroese and have the most difficult time today reading the language.

  3. OGIE! Thank you! I shall try this immediately . . .

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