All my life I thought dogs wrote newspapers. I thought that their little paws typed out every story of murders and terrorism, and that the dogs would be up all night thinking about the stories they typed that day, making them depressed. Now that I know that dogs do not write newspapers, my life has absolutely changed.
Ah, you only think that because you humans are so egocentric. As a mole I can read what the weather is likely to do, where the worms are, what threats lie in my territory and I leave messages for all the creatures passing through. I guess too that the news coming in via a dog's nose is likely more reliable than that coming off the print run!
I feel so weird telling any Norwegian person my name, because I always think "they probably think it starts with a 'sh'-sound, instead of an S and since I'm a foreigner, who knows what people might make of a foreign name, if the name doesn't exist in Norwegian", since it's "Jeg heter...".
Norwegians here should agree that a lot of your words sound similar to foreigners. With a bot that pronounces hunder as "hunr", it was insanely difficult to decipher what the hell she was saying.
I thought it was cool that duolingo used silly sentences because it helps you remember it better, but now I'm finding it a drag. I had to listen to this clip 7 times, trying to figure out what she was saying. Going through words in my head to see what it could be. Only to find out it was a nonsensical sentence. Yeah I might have to one day explain to someone that dogs don't write newspapers, but for a beginner I would like to be able to learn the language without having to learn it through getting it wrong because duolingo wants to be 'top kek'. :/