That was my first thought too. Second thought: "dem" could refer to a set of things: two apples, for example.
Exactly, "dem" can be anythind plural, the apples, the peanuts, the strawberries and so on. Of course it could also mean the people but it probably does'nt in this case unless the sentence is about Alfred Packer.
Hannibal approves it.
Wasn't the dog enough?
nothing can satiate his hunger
Hannibal was not danish but was played by one... Coincidence? ;)
Tak for kaffe! Hvordan kan jeg hjelpe!?
HANnibal spiser dem
Hij, what is the difference between the verbs "at være" and "er" ?
These danish sentences never make sense they are so silly