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Another fun song by Norwegian Comedian Due Ylvis- Mr- Toot

Ylvis is a Norwegian comedy duo consisting of brothers Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker. They debuted as professional variety artists in 2000 and have since appeared in several countries in variety shows, comedy concerts, television shows, radio shows and music videos. They are currently the hosts of the Norwegian talk show I kveld med Ylvis (Tonight with Ylvis). Written and filmed for the talk show, their song and music video “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)” went viral on YouTube in September 2013 with over 452 million views as of September 2014.

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Bartender trick by Maylinn Christoffersen (26) was viewed by millions in a week. Bars and pubs are in queu with job offers after the video. See the video.

– It’s fun, a little scary and very fascinating that the video has spread so fast, says Maylinn from Tønsberg to tb.no.

Until now, the video where Maylinn stock ten “Jagerbombs” simultaneously been viewed over a million times on various websites.

– I shared the video on Facebook last Friday and it has already been shared 145,000 times. In addition, there are hundreds of thousands of others who have seen it and shared it in other media. These are numbers that I do not comprehend, she says.

Video of Maylinns “Jagerbombs” was recorded on Heidi’s Bar several years ago. But it is only now that the video has been popular on social media.

She retired as bartender and works on marketing communications in Copenhagen. But in recent days there have been job offers from pubs and bars after the video.

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Norwegian British music duo Green children’s latest song, Norwegian Dream- with Northern lights video.

The Green Children are a European musical duo, who write and self-produce atmospheric electro-pop music. Milla Sunde (born 17 December 1983), from Norway, and Marlow Bevan (born 4 October 1984), from England, also established The Green Children Foundation, to support microcredit, education and healthcare. 

In June 2006, The Green Children shot a music video in Bangladesh to celebrate the work of Professor Muhammad Yunus, the father of microcredit and founder of Grameen Bank.

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A new sign in Ørje encourage residents to walk silly. However, the sign is illegal and must be eliminated, require the authorities. Pranksters recreate Monty Python sketch with improvised street sign in small Norwegian town, Ørje. The sign in the town encourages residents to walk silly. However, the sign is illegal and must be eliminated, require the authorities, according to NRK. “The Ministry of Silly Walks” is a sketch from the Monty Python comedy troupe’s television show Monty Python’s Flying Circus, episode 14, which is entitled “Face the Press”. The episode first aired in 1970. A shortened version of the sketch was performed for Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl. This sketch involves John Cleese as a bowler hatted civil servant in a fictitious British government ministry responsible for developing Silly Walks through grants. Cleese, throughout the sketch, walks in a variety of silly ways. It is these various silly walks, more than the dialogue, that has earned the sketch its popularity. Cleese has cited the physical comedy of Max Wall, probably in character as Professor Wallofski, as important to its conception.

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