»Raamar« TS.E-sü nimenes
Wen me wä int Norwég int Septembü 2005, me fotografta te raamar TS.E-s eri pozirts temtü nimenes. »C!« klenk lauk »Se!«, wist int Norwégaz méyan »Visyë!« »D!« jist te klér necht stap.
Oberbimerk e.y.w. tes »D!« optchand strak: »Veln NOK 22« (by. €3). Dorogi...
Und zo, wényë meü jolressin wen me vista t'TS.E eri int te Färeys, nimeni »Ð«. Maltzas... te Färeyaz stef Ð jist tstil.
When I was in Norway last year, I snapped these celebrity-gossip magazines (top photo) because my warped hacker sense of humour thought their titles were amusing, in combination. ("C!" is pronounced the same as the Norwegian word for "Look!" I don't get why the other magazine was called "D!" -- "It!" doesn't have quite the same ring to it.)
Imagine my surprise when a few months later I saw this slightly more provocative magazine (lower photo) in the Faroe Islands, called "Ð". Such a cool name for a magazine, especially as the Faroese letter Ð is silent.