An Icelandic fan teaches Conan all about Icelandic delicacies, like fermented shark and brennivín (burnt wine).
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Dear luck, can we be friends this year please.Reply
Koskenkorva, not Korskenkorva 🙂Reply
Can I study team Coco’s videos while watching automatic translation subtitles on YouTube? How accurate is it?Reply
Brennevin is moonshine, not burnt wine 😉Reply
Conan talked way too much, interrupted too often, and didn’t listen to Bjarki enough in this interview. At the beginning, Conan asked him what he did for a living, but didn’t give him a chance to answer. Sometimes, Conan needs to just ask a question without feeling the urge to make a joke about it.Reply
I lived next to an Icelander in Arizona. Went to an Icelandic feast (Thorablot? I am butchering that) with the family for some traditional celebration. They had foods (and a chef) imported from Iceland. Most of it was tasty. But I did have the Hakarl, rotten shark meat. NASTY! Some pickled rams nuts too. ALSO NASTY! But I loved every minute of it.Reply
give him some makeupReply
btw. good to see ya
I guess if I ever go to Iceland I’ll be eating my own stool instead.Reply