Looking forward to use this one in real life! There's no way it can possibly go wrong.
Well, it depends. Some might take it as a positive thing and feel flattered actually.
And here I was, thinking this would be a Little Red Riding Hood reference. I mouse over the unknown word, and am greeted with sausage. Well played, Duolingo.
I have found that often (but not always!) the word order in other Germanic languages like Swedish is the word order you find in old-fashioned fairy tales. So in Red Riding Hood, she says to the wolf "What big teeth you have, grandma", the order you find here.
Other times you get orders like "Never have I heard anyone talk so energetically in my entire life" - "Aldrig har jag hört någon tala så hurtigt i hela mitt liv".
So try to imagine how they might say it in a fairytale!
Not many people ever use the word "hurtigt" which sort of means "quickly" but rather the word "energiskt" in this case.
Just like in English, if you put the verb in front it sounds like a question.
Does 'korv' not require an article? I noticed that it didn't have one on another phrase, as well.
Det blir varmt här inne...
And there I was, thinking it was my dirty-minded self that was thinking bad of the previous examples involving "korv". Good thing this one left no doubt! :D