The types of people in Oslo is a mysterious group of people. Mostly welcoming, doesn't nag you too much, and is happy to explain to you something that they know if they get the chance. After ''the types of people in Narvik'', the ball may keep rolling. Therefore, I present to you the types of people in Oslo!
This guy has a life which involves headphones, haircuts, and like-minded friends with cool clothes. They are in school and use terms like «feeling fresh on a weekday», or «the mirror be loving my swag». You may find them hanging around the skateparks. They don’t skate, however, they might just be performing some dance moves. Only casually, nothing serious, as they would say.
The Oslo University is their nature. A person who has read all the books that the youtube videos we watch are mentioning briefly. Their mind is seeking people who are willing to listen and ask questions. Often curious about something intensively for a week, and then change to something else. He will know some Japanese, Icelandic, Portuguese, and can understand what the Cool hip hop guy means when he says «fresh till death».
This girl is a newly graduated student who has her mind enlightened by the school system of Norway. She is recycling, taking public transport, and maybe even vegetarian. Her passion is to work on a new invention which can pick up plastic from the ocean and create new materials out of them. She will be around the city park with friends on a picnic just to be closer to nature in our most metropolitan city.
She lives in the old city of Oslo. She is into jazz music and the gramophone. She puts on the gramophone to remember the city that was so much better before, just like the jazz before Django Reinhart left. She will be found in the flower shop finding the freshest flowers to colour up the apartment like it was in the 50s.
This guy went to music school and has for a long time been looking for a life in music. Like the Cool hip hop guy, he will be spotted with sound on his ears. This guy, however, has big clocks with an amazing performance of bass and treble and a t-shirt that says: «Earplugs for music is like the phone screen for cinema movies». His music won't be a 1.5 days old trap beat but rather a psychedelic classic that even the older rockers know! You can find him in the local underground music bar where they have live concerts by local Oslo bands.
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