A weekend in Glasgow. Scotland is neighbouring Norway and a direct flight from Oslo (though this being Ryan Air the bus ride to their airport takes longer than the plane trip itself).
The physical and cultural closeness makes it easy to forget that they live by different standards than we do. The difference is slight, phones work, they use 230V, they even switched to metric. All is fine until you try to put your round pegs in their square holes.
The phone is fine, but the laptop is getting progressively more needy. All for competing standards in the user interface.
I should expect people in Scotland to sound different to those from Norway too…
Glaswegian is just Norwegian in disguise. A pretty good disguise.