Russ is a tradition and cultural phenomenon in Norway. Students who graduate from upper secondary school are called russ and celebrate with the characteristic festivities (russefeiring) during the first few weeks of May. There are many local variations of the russefeiring but the spirit of the celebration remains uniform across the country; it is a symbol of breaking free from the necessary shackles handed down by parents intended for the young generation's well-being and protection. It is a…
17. mai aktivitet: gå på stylter
Tror nesten aldri ungene har prøvd stylter før! (så da måtte mor - med bunaden på - vise hvordan det skulle gjøres...) Det var ikke lett å få til, så det må vi nok øve mer på! Nydelig vær! Så mens storesøster var ute på både korps- og speideroppdrag, rakk vi andre en tur innom grendehuset, der det var både pølser, is og brus + mange morsomme aktiviteter for barn.
RUSS! This sort of outfit (red pants) are for the graduating class, and are worn through the month of May, and May 17th is the last day you wear them. It might not be fashionable for some (to me, it's very catchy to the eye), but it's a Norwegian school tradition.
Hey look! i am really good as a Russ!
I know right? soo hot! had to have a peace sign, dont want people fighting over me XD (jk!) So anyway you might have guessed that my russklær came today! im only waiting on my russ korter and a book of something that im not really sure what it is... i think it tells me what i can do to get knots in the string on my hat. Anyway! I decided that i had to try stuff on! and take pics because it's just sooooo cool! <3 anyway! ttyl! vi snakkes på mandag!!!