Witty Non-English Phrases That English Really Needs To Borrow (45 pics)

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Cream 10 month s ago
Your ''macedonian'' friend taught you whatever a s.o.b. would. and a phrase for you. ''captain rearjoy''. the coward gay who pretends to be straight.
       
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Amazing 10 month s ago
#38 The whole saying goes: sana, sana, colita de rana, si no sana hoy, sanara manana.
Meaning: heal, heal, b#tt (or tail) of a frog, if it doesn't heal today, it'll heal tomorrow.
       
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Tymusz 10 month s ago
#33 is more like 'finding out what is _really_ going on..' (usually a bad thing)
       
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Sniper 10 month s ago
One of my favs in French:

Avoir trois poils aux culs et se prendre pour un ours.

English equivalent: someone showing off too much for nothing big

Literal translation: to have three hairs in your @ss and think that you're a bear
       
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