The Norse god Thor decided to become a mortal for a while and went down to earth. He met a beautiful girl and they spent the evening together. In the morning Thor decided to reveal his identity to the woman. "I'm Thor" he said. "You're thor!" she said, "Lithen buthter, I'm tho thor I can hardly thit down!"
Q. Where did the teacher send the Viking when he got sick in class?
A. To the school Norse!
Q. What do Eric the Red and Smokey the Bear all have in common?
A. They have the same middle name.
A famous Viking explorer returned home from a voyage and found his name missing from the town register. His wife insisted on complaining to the local civic official who apologized profusely saying, "I must have taken Leif off my census."
Medieval Pick Up Line
You should be glad I`m not a Viking. You would have been ravaged and plundered by now.
The Wienerkings (also known as Dachsmen) were aggressive, seafaring warriors who pestered European coastal villages in the eighth and ninth
centuries. They were never known to actually kill anyone, but, instead, preferred to stab annoyingly at their victim's ankles. Perhaps even more
interesting was their battle cry, described in some ancient legends as a "sort of yipping sound."
The Wienerkings vanished rather quickly, and historians are in dispute as to exacly why. The most prevalent theory, however, is that they may have
repeatedly and inadvertently crossed paths with the Rottweilerites, another obscure people that just about everyone avoided.