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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Katabasis, Oct 26, 2003.
lul you just used opethish words...
As Hexwind said, he has a board here. He's very active on that board. So is his brother and also the bass player of Nightingale.
^ his brother is called Dog Swanö?
Dag* (Gurgelguff on UM)
Mike grew up in Sörskogen (the goo-forest) in Huddinge!
so did I, or well, in Vidja, at the opposite side of the lake Olången.
Why is it called that?
in fact, I just translated into modern swedish
Sör actually means dry wood; Sörved, which is used for fires to spark and sound cozy or something.
so I guess the proper translation of Sörskogen is "the Forest of dry woods"
Sör can also be an older or shorter form of söder, which means south (for example in Sörgården). Then Sörskogen would mean "Southern forest".
I think Norwegian uses Sör for South.
Like hexwind pointed out, I'm both amazed and appalled and how nice forum members were back in 03.
yeah that one's possible too. although I like my version of dry trees
I prefer goo forest because it is funny XD