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I’m not even sure how it started, this one plays with a different cultural identity. I guess it’s naïve enough. I dressed up as a Viking for Halloween in ’99, and something about the costume brought about a slow change: The Brave Viking Tee Viking Roots Fans Culture Celtic Gift shirt sleeveless vest, the horned metal helmet, the two-sided axe (quite heavy, let me tell you, switch to a plastic copy that no one seems to recognize). It’s an outfit that evokes rudimentary powers, and it gives me the same courage as Walter White in stark contrast to who I really am. My real person obviously doesn’t like the risk, fretting about whether to test a brand new toilet cleaner for example. (Will it wear out the porcelain finish? Is it harmful to lakes and streams?) But as a Viking, my toxic masculinity is liberated with the ferocious of a starving dragon. I was free to plunder, terror the entire settlement, to show off the muscles on my arms (fakes, yes, but still belonged to me when buying). In short, I’m free to behave like Alec Baldwin in a parking dispute. But, as his wife Hilaria recently discovered, the trick to fake your identity is tone.
Can you ask exactly how a “conversation” is? Unlike Hilaria and her now-infamous moment of forgetting how to say ‘cucumber’ in English, I don’t have many second-language voices to imitate badly, so some initiatives have actually been called for. The Brave Viking Tee Viking Roots Fans Culture Celtic Gift shirt Vikings are Scandinavian, yes, so mocking Norway / Sweden / Finland / Denmark has served me very well. (And maybe there’s also a bit of Half-Scots in it. To be honest: the Scottish veo is as understandable as Stevie Nicks’s lyrics.) However, I soon discovered that no one questioned my voice; it’s just as important that I sound like non-native English speakers or someone who doesn’t speak the native language of any language. I chose a proper name, and before I knew it, years passed without anyone doubting the authenticity of Magnus Ironside.