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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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