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After the food has been consumed we intend to some chairs and table a little and put some music on, this should make it possible for you all to get rid of some of the calories that you consume during the evening, an evening that hopefully should be both fun and “hyggelig”.
Explanation: Hyggelig is a word meaning different things in the Scandinavian languages. So, your comment seems to be a malapropopism. I believe the Norwegians say "koselig." Decent, nice is the Swedish variant, but it mostly corresponds to Danish "flink."