"We do not eat ordinary eggs."
Translation:Vi spiser ikke vanlige egg.
If there is no article on the noun (et egg) it is almost invariably plural. One counter-example: "Fint egg!" as a compliment on someone's egg ("nice egg!"). However, the form of the adjective still makes it obviously singular
Just wondering where these Unknown Norwegians (in joke) get all their extra-ordinary eggs from? And why are they so picky?