Bryn Cymro

Words and images from home and away

For all the insomniacs

Goodnight now we’ll sleep (Godnat nu sover vi)

Have you ever wondered what you look like when you sleep? The Danish Children’s TV channel DR Ramasjang shows a continuous stream of sleeping puppets (and people) through the night — snoring, scratching, mumbling, shifting around in bed, with the occasional fart thrown in. It’s strangely compelling and mesmerising viewing, and there’s a also a countdown clock through until dawn.

DR Ramasjang Goodnight now we’ll sleep (Godnat nu sover vi) – YouTube.

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This entry was posted on November 16, 2012 by in Away, Denmark and tagged , .
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