Arby's har kjøttet!
Arby's has the meat!
Can someone explain this reference?
Arby's (chain restaurant) has a commercial where their promo is "Arbys! We have the meat!"
Vi har kjottet!
Obviously not me
This is almost as funny as my friend getting eaten by a bear, me getting eaten by a wolf, and the spider and the ant "liking" each other.
my pet wolf does... JK
Only for sandwiches!
How do you say "who have the meat", in plural?
There would be no distinction from the singular case in Norwegian, I'm afraid ...
There's no difference from the singular form and plural form since 'have' and 'has' is the same word. So it would be, "Hvem har kjotten" for both 'have' and 'has'.
shouldn't it be pronounced as "shettet" instead? it sounds more like "shurtet"
My mic doesn't wanna record what I'm saying