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    Danish DVDs

    Today I went to pick up an important parcel.

    Last Sunday I was randomly browsing the Danish ebay, and in my never-ending-quest to obtain the Danish DVD's of the show, I naturally had to do a search for "LazyTown".
    I was bummed to see the page show up with "Nothing Found", but after countless searches I was getting more and more used to this result.
    I was just about to navigate away from the page, when a small voice inside my brain said "Try searching in two word".
    So I went to the searchbar again, this time writing "Lazy Town".
    And that's when this little gem showed up.
    The listing was only 2 days old, so I knew I had to get in contact with the seller, before anyone beat me to it.
    The seller was demanding 100DKK for the lot - That's about 1,60USD per DVD!
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    Today the package arrived, and they're all in absolute mint condition.
    Combined with the fact that these are the Nordic versions, with Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish language, I can't help but think I made the bargain of the year.
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eri 絵利 View Post
    Happy viewing!!!
    lol, thanks.
    I've already seen all the episodes at least twice, with the Danish dub on top.
    I'm way more excited about the fact that my "mission" has finally come to an end, as I've been searching far and wide for all these DVD's almost 3 years now.
    They were out of stock on every single site online, and if you were lucky you could find a single one from a random marketplace.
    The complete collection is a rarity to find, which is why I knew I had to act.
    Especially since I've promised Parviz a couple of things...
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Wow, I'm happy for you! Getting something you've wanted for years always feels good
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    Today I went to pick up an important parcel.

    Last Sunday I was randomly browsing the Danish ebay, and in my never-ending-quest to obtain the Danish DVD's of the show, I naturally had to do a search for "LazyTown".
    I was bummed to see the page show up with "Nothing Found", but after countless searches I was getting more and more used to this result.
    I was just about to navigate away from the page, when a small voice inside my brain said "Try searching in two word".
    So I went to the searchbar again, this time writing "Lazy Town".
    And that's when this little gem showed up.
    The listing was only 2 days old, so I knew I had to get in contact with the seller, before anyone beat me to it.
    The seller was demanding 100DKK for the lot - That's about 1,60USD per DVD!
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    Today the package arrived, and they're all in absolute mint condition.
    Combined with the fact that these are the Nordic versions, with Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish language, I can't help but think I made the bargain of the year.
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    dayum, nice find.
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    Today I went to pick up an important parcel.

    Last Sunday I was randomly browsing the Danish ebay, and in my never-ending-quest to obtain the Danish DVD's of the show, I naturally had to do a search for "LazyTown".
    I was bummed to see the page show up with "Nothing Found", but after countless searches I was getting more and more used to this result.
    I was just about to navigate away from the page, when a small voice inside my brain said "Try searching in two word".
    So I went to the searchbar again, this time writing "Lazy Town".
    And that's when this little gem showed up.
    The listing was only 2 days old, so I knew I had to get in contact with the seller, before anyone beat me to it.
    The seller was demanding 100DKK for the lot - That's about 1,60USD per DVD!
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Today the package arrived, and they're all in absolute mint condition.
    Combined with the fact that these are the Nordic versions, with Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish language, I can't help but think I made the bargain of the year.
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    That's so rad. Amazing find.

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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by YikesDepartment View Post
    That's so rad. Amazing find.
    Agreed! So it was $1,600 per DVD? You spent over $10,000 on this whole set?


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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Glanni Glępur View Post
    Agreed! So it was $1,600 per DVD? You spent over $10,000 on this whole set?
    $1.60 per DVD.
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pickelhaube808 View Post
    $1.60 per DVD.
    Oh, that's much more tame then. I love LT, but not THAT much.


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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Glanni Glępur View Post
    Agreed! So it was $1,600 per DVD? You spent over $10,000 on this whole set?
    You silly American..

    Here in Europe we use a comma to separate the decimal values, and a period to separate the three digits in large numbers.
    One thousand six hundred would be written $1.600 here in Europe.

    I swear this issue has been brought up so many times, I wish you Americans would just use the right way instead of trying to always stand out..
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    You silly American..

    Here in Europe we use a comma to separate the decimal values, and a period to separate the three digits in large numbers.
    One thousand six hundred would be written $1.600 here in Europe.

    I swear this issue has been brought up so many times, I wish you Americans would just use the right way instead of trying to always stand out..
    jk btw, i love 'merricans ♥
    Would hope you're kidding because I was going to go off on you for being a silly European who doesn't use the decimal point to separate three digits in large numbers.


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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Glanni Glępur View Post
    Would hope you're kidding because I was going to go off on you for being a silly European who doesn't use the decimal point to separate three digits in large numbers.
    I.... Wasn't kidding about that though.

    Traditionally, English-speaking countries employed commas as the delimiter – 10,000 – and other European countries employed periods or spaces: 10.000 or 10000. Because of the confusion that could result in international documents, in recent years the use of spaces as separators has been advocated by the superseded SI/ISO 31-0 standard, which have also begun advocating the use of a "thin space" in "groups of three".
    We should both correct our ways, and start using thin spaces instead it seems..
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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Just use no commas like me and you'll be right.

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    Re: Story time!!!! Post what you did today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shakeitpiggy View Post
    Just use no commas like me and you'll be right.
    *double takes*

    Comma gain?


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    Re: Danish DVDs

    Oh, someone moved this to a dedicated thread. Neat.
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    Re: Danish DVDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    Today I went to pick up an important parcel.
    Can you share the 4 last volumes because we already have the first 6 volumes of season 1 (and all season two) on DVD (ISO/MKV files) and I'm tired of waiting.

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    Re: Danish DVDs

    Of course!
    This was also huge reason as to why I wanted them in the first place.
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