So much of what I wrote is incorrect? The fuck are you talking about.
"The Origin of the Icelandic Language
Icelandic is a West-Nordic, Indo-European and Germanic language. Its roots can be traced back to the oldest Nordic language which was spoken in Scandinavia between 200 and 800 A.D.. During the Viking age, year 793 A.D. to 1066 the Nordic language split into East and West. East-Nordic later developed to Danish and Swedish and the Western part evolved to Norwegian, Faroese (spoken in the Faroe Islands), and some centuries later, Icelandic. Most of the Icelandic settlers came from West-Norway which explains the connection.
Therefore, in the early days, Norwegian and Icelandic were almost the same but around the year 1400, the languages had changed enough to be recognized as two different tongues. The differences would continue to grow throughout the years. "
Sorry dude, but you must be confusing something here. I never said we could understand Icelandic, but it's much more similar to the scandinavian languages than any other language I can think of.
So what other part is wrong? The number thing, what are you even commenting on? You're just saying what I did, except I explained it with his comment about Swedish and German.