is a sample of the smallest Norwegian Trolls.
Some of the guys are so small that they aren't even noticed by a lot
of people. One will notice the trouble they cause, thatís for sure. Because
small causes can make big headaches! The Tusselader know this, it makes them
feel important and very busyÖ.
of these pests choose to live on the bodies of people who are dirty and smelly
just like themselves. Big families of Tusselader sometimes make their homes in
the beds of careless dirty people. So remember to clean up before going to bed.
are also known to annoy many housewifes by sneaking into kitchens where they
cause food to spoil, bread to become moldy, milk to go sour and butter to turn
rancid. Tusselader are also great friends of the flies, bugs, mosquitoes and all
kinds of other insects.
But should you be suspicious about Tusselader having moved into your home, itís important to live very clean and well-ordered lives. This is a good way of spoiling many of the best plans laid by Tusselader.
This troll description was provided by Thor and Joan Dahl from Florida. They have done research about trolls while Joan was working on her latest book "Norwegian Trolls and Rosemaling". This is very a unique resource on how to paint good looking trolls. It shows from step to step how to make the tails, faces, hands, shoes and clothes, and how to place the trolls in beautiful surroundings. Thanks to Joan for this great contribution to the world of trolls, which is available on her website: www.rosemal.com/web/
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