BuzzFeed gir oss Barack Obamas selvparodi fra sine dager som redaktør av Harvard Law Review, der han blant annet skriver om oppveksten i Oslo.

  • «I was born in Oslo, Norway, the son of a Volvo factory worker and part-time ice-fisherman. My mother was a backup singer for Abba. They were good folks.»
  • ”You see, back in Norway, I was raised to appreciate the value of narrow thinking and a chilly demeanor.”
  • ”What it all comes down to, folks, is this. There’s an old Norwegian saying: he who keeps Lutefish by the fire in November will find glaciers in his outhouse by March.”

Du leser hele satiren – med tittelen «Between Barack and a Hard Place: My First Hundred Days» – nedenfor: