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Ask a Norwegian and he will carefully finish chewing his mouthful of Thai green curry, take a swig of Thai Singha beer, gaze wistfully across the Thai resort of Phuket at the sunshine that eludes his country for 10 months of the year, then mumble softly, with a semi-suicidal lack of conviction: "Norwegians."Equally perplexing is how to define cool.
Are Italians cool because some wear tightly fitting designer suits?
Reggae is especially popular through the international fame of Bob Marley.So chilled it's a wonder the Kalahari desert doesn't frost over, the Batswana -- as they prefer to be known -- cut their own groove, particularly when riffing home-grown gumba-gumba jazz or laid-back hip hop.Japan's torch of cool is defiantly held aloft by its shock-haired adolescents whose capricious embrace and manipulation of the freakiest aspects of modern consumerism, fashion and technology frequently dictate what the rest of the world will be wearing (we mean you, Lady Gaga) and doing with its thumbs.Jamaican music's influence on music styles in other countries includes the practice of toasting, which was brought to New York City and evolved into rapping.British genres such as Lovers rock, jungle music and grime are also influenced by Jamaican music.