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  1. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on FoxTrot Classics 13 days ago

    In the words of Bob Dylan: ""The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind"" – or will be :)

  2. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on For Better or For Worse 21 days ago

    Binder, backpack – in DK we got the schools Intranet (divided for Parents, pupils, …what do I know, I’m ‘just’ parent)
    Never lost a note since :)

  3. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on For Better or For Worse 28 days ago

    Once I had the same discussion with one of the boys about cleaning up his room.
    I stated – It takes you 3 hours to do. No, he firmly replied!
    Yes, it does – 2½ hours whining and ½ an hour cleaning.

    Since I haven’t had the 2½ hours whining problem :)
    Though I still have to push him to do the cleaning…

  4. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on For Better or For Worse 2 months ago

    come on – depending on where you live, you might have mice every year!

  5. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on Betty 4 months ago

    10% wasted? :)

  6. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on Betty 4 months ago

    Betty, my man! :)

  7. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on FoxTrot Classics 4 months ago

    Back off, mommy – you don’t want to know… for sure, you don’t! :)

  8. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on Betty 8 months ago

    Like – your father :-)

  9. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on For Better or For Worse 8 months ago

    Oh come on – can’t wrap them in cotton wool for all of their life – all he’s gotta do is ask a friend if he can go with them…

  10. Thomas Hviid Thorn commented on Pickles 8 months ago

    Quite interesting!

    In Denmark we use the term farfar/farmor (Dad(s)Dad and Dad(s)Mon) for the fathers parents and morfar/mormor (Mom(s)Dad and Mom(s)Mom) for the morthers parents

    Which makes it sometime confusing for my parents, who have a daugther and two sons :-)

    Else the terms granddad/-father/-mom/-mother is also widely used – but as ‘bestdad’ (bedsteforældre – as in my best parent).
    Great grandparents parents is named ‘oldeforældre’. Olde refers to the fact that they are old… :-)