Skating on thin ice in Norway (video)

And who says Norwegians aren’t any fun?

I believe this is an example of when it makes sense to say “don’t try this at home.”

I’m not sure what this guy is drinking, but whatever it is, it must be strong. There’s no way you would take off your shirt and skate onto (and through) thin ice just drinking coffee.

I’m not a winter person to begin with, but watching this makes me cold.



Yeah, who hasn’t done this?


And here’s perhaps the craziest part:



No, strike that, it gets worse:



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13 Responses to “Skating on thin ice in Norway (video)”

  1. Gustav2 says:

    If only he had made the label more prominent.

  2. hollywoodstein says:

    Well, I tried to pump up the post comments, but I guess they can’t all be miracles.

  3. BeccaM says:

    I knew when I first saw the post that alcohol, in mass quantities, must surely be involved.

  4. OtterQueen says:

    So…. is this an ad for Vikingfjord vodka? I mean, a really bad ad?

  5. hollywoodstein says:

    Don’t answer that.

  6. hollywoodstein says:

    Miss Holly Woodstein, blessing or a curse?

  7. hollywoodstein says:

    Or do I have to, The reason why the prop8 brief is so heinous is not the nuanced legal artifice, but rather….

  8. hollywoodstein says:

    I trust you have learned your lesson.

  9. hollywoodstein says:

    Not even a passing, ” That’s nothing. I skate on thin ice everyday.”

  10. hollywoodstein says:

    Wow, a self promoting buffoon skating got fewer comments than an omelet.

  11. hollywoodstein says:

    Let me see if how I can make this about the prop 8 brief?

  12. hollywoodstein says:

    So this is what viral marketing has come to?

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