Seems a perfectly nice hour to eat fish.
So 'omkring' can be used for place and time?
Sounds like a pagan ritual to me.
Lutefisk should only be eaten at midnight under a full moon.
Sounds like he's a vegetarian and it's his guilty pleasure. I can understand completely. Cx
Me too buddy
It sounds like a wife's complaint to their marriage counselor
sounds like a ritual
Would omkring mean like wrapped around something as well or is there another word? Thanks
Omkring can have that meaning as well.
Yes it would...
It would probably be something more along the lines of (and I'm just guessing on the spelling here) rund om (direct translation: "Around of")
... like you do!
He has a weird habit
But is it Danish fish?
Is that a religious thing or sonething?
To my ears, the audio has fisker (not fisk).
Was that fish drunk?
Who does that?
What a weird habit of him...