Wanna be Scandi-chic?
Wanna be Scandi-chic?
This is how to liven up your commute.
A Mexican citizen jumped on stage as Malala Yousafzai was receiving her Nobel Peace Prize in Norway on Wednesday, protesting the disappearance and presumed killing of 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero.
It’s all about the money!
The video, purporting to show a young boy saving a girl amid a hail of gunfire, went viral. The director told BuzzFeed News he wanted to bring attention to the plight of children during wartime. WARNING: contains graphic (faked) footage. h/t BBC
They performed The Platters’ “Only You” on their show recently.
If geology is your thing – and you have a lot of spare time – you too can live stream the rocky roll.
Let’s all have babies in Sweden.
Are you for real?
Spoiler Alert: There’s more to life than Kate.
These lunches are cool enough for school.
This is some pretty crafty online marketing.
Yes, that is your spine tingling.
Prepare for seafood, hot people, and drinking.
Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis explored Norway to create this wonderful group of images, ranging from roads and lakes to light trails.
It’s called russ — and it’s insane.
Featuring meatballs, karjalanpiirakka, and smörgåsbords.
We will never, ever “Let It Go.”
National Geographic’s Instagram is a thing of beauty, and it’ll take you on a tour of our planet.
This is a total nightmare.
Let’s stop by IKEA for some meatballs and beer!
“¡Burrito, Gasolina, Dale!” BuzzFeed talks to the Norwegian comedian about what exactly is going on here.
When I was in Oslo, I noticed the Norwegians have a super tight snack and open-faced sandwich game, and I wanted in on it.
Igor was nervous about spending his first night away from his family. But thanks to a little paint and decorations, watch as his kennel was transformed into a replica of his living room!
On waiting 10 years to be discovered, and what it means to make comics today. Plus an excerpt from Lost Cat.
I want to go here never.
Angelina Jordan Astar is ludicrously talented.
You can hardly blame aliens for wanting to invade. Which they will, in the new DreamWorks animated film HOME, coming to theaters in 2015.
Please stop now.