A series of short stories showing the reality of what can happen when you end up drunking too much. Here you can see all the stupid, weird, gay, creative and hopeless peoples stories.

Type: Scripted

Languages: Norwegian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2017-05-05

På fylla - Proto-Norse language - Netflix

Proto-Norse (also called Proto-Scandinavian, Proto-Nordic, Ancient Scandinavian, Proto-North Germanic and a variety of other names) was an Indo-European language spoken in Scandinavia that is thought to have evolved as a northern dialect of Proto-Germanic in the first centuries CE. It is the earliest stage of a characteristically North Germanic language, and the language attested in the oldest Scandinavian Elder Futhark inscriptions, spoken from around the 2nd to the 8th centuries CE (corresponding to the late Roman Iron Age and the Germanic Iron Age). It evolved into the dialects of Old Norse at the beginning of the Viking Age around 800 CE, which later themselves evolved into the modern North Germanic languages (Faroese, Icelandic, the three Continental Scandinavian languages, and so on).

På fylla - Loanwords - Netflix

Numerous early Germanic words have survived largely unchanged as borrowings in Finnic languages. Some of these may be of Proto-Germanic origin or older still, but others reflect developments specific to Norse. Some examples (with the reconstructed Proto-Norse form): Estonian/Finnish kuningas < kuningaz “king” (Old Norse kunungr, konungr) Finnish ruhtinas “prince” < druhtinaz “lord” (Old Norse dróttinn) Finnish sairas “sick” < sairaz “sore” (Old Norse sárr) Estonian juust, Finnish juusto “cheese” < justaz (Old Norse ostr) Estonian/Finnish lammas “sheep” < lambaz “lamb” (Old Norse lamb) Finnish hurskas “pious” < hurskaz “prudent, wise, quick-minded” (Old Norse horskr) Finnish runo “poem, rune” < rūno “secret, mystery, rune” (Old Norse rún) Finnish vaate “garment” < wādiz (Old Norse váð) Finnish viisas “wise” < *wīsaz (Old Norse víss) A very extensive Proto-Norse loanword layer also exists in the Sami languages.

På fylla - References - Netflix