Fresh air does not smell of fragrance

Frisk luft lukter ikke av parfyme.

Sod(d) Norwegian – English

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Sodd in Norway is Soup

It is regarded a delicassy and is often served at parties.

In England on the other hand Sod (spelled a little different but prenounced the same way is a total different matter.
So your sense of “sod” is on the money. Suffixial “off” marks a general epithet as an insult, as seen in “piss off,” “f-ck off,” “bugger off,” etc., all used in the manner of “please goaway.” Also note that “sod” in this sense is UK usage only. In US English it only refers to topsoil and turf grass.

You want some Sodd? 😂😂😂

Author: Annelie

I like canoeing, photographing, friends, movies, food, humor, and going on trips. I dislike rudeness, dishonesty, violence, nastyness, and people not caring for others. I do not drink much, I do not smoke and I do not do drugs. I love friends who are kind to me and stick with me. If you want to give me a gift, the best gift is to stop smoking and stop using fragranced products. Then you give me health and that dear friend, is the best gift a person can get. It is a gift of love. I got asthma and I am hearing disabled.

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