From Wikipedia's List of Greek Phrases.
Ῥοδοδάκτυλος Ἠώς (Rhododaktylos Ēōs) – "Rosy-fingered dawn" occurs frequently in the Homeric poems referring to Ēōs, the Titanic goddess of the dawn, who, with “rosy fingers”, opened the gates of Olympus so that Apollo could ride his chariot across the sky.
Heh…rosy fingers…Homeric…Titanic…gates…ride his chariot.
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The longest running game show in the world, Malta’s Nixtieq Tħallas Skud Għal Dak!, was originally broadcast in Morse code.
Forsi anki żewġ skud…
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Fish and Chips.
Bangers and Mash.
Toad in the Hole.
Bubble and Squeak.
The Full English Breakfast.
Man: Strawberry tart?!
Woman: Well, it’s got some rat in it.
Little League paintball.
Drive through daiquiri shops.
Dating outside ones species.
Wearing masks of former presidents while banking.
Addressing police as "boy’" regardless of gender.
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