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francescool

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I love this one, does anyone know any more?

Φίλος έδωσε σε φίλο τριαντάφυλλο με φύλλο. Φίλε, φύλαγε το φύλλο, μην το δώσεις σε άλλο φίλο.

Which translates to: A friend gave to a friend a rose with a lief. Friend, keep the leaf, don’t give it to another friend. Its super hard to say in Greek
 

ellinasgolfer0320

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Ο παπάς ο παχύς έφαγε παχιά φακή; γιατί παπά παχύ έφαγες παχιά φακή?

The fat priest ate thick lentils. Why fat priest did you eat thick lentils?
 

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Faganey Gaidoro!...... always used to say.....The Donkey has eaten them!😂😂😂😂!.... Kalley Mera..
 
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francescool

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Faganey Gaidoro!...... always used to say.....The Donkey has eaten them!😂😂😂😂!.... Kalley Mera..
Ahaha I love phrases like these
 

What are some pregnancy and baby traditions in Greek culture?

My sister just announced that she is pregnant! And I would love to help her feel more at home with some Greek traditions during her pregnancy and the newborn time. What are some Greek traditions for new moms?

What is your favorite Greek tradition? Mine is name day celebrations!

I love name days! They're like birthdays but even better, and my favorite part is that people are able to share them with their family members who have the same names. Every year, on a specific day, most Greek people with Greek names will have a "name day" that is the day of the saint who corresponds with their name. Expect a bunch of family members to show up to your house with gifts!

What is the role of a Godparent during Christmas and Epiphany?

I know these are pretty important religious holidays, so I'm wondering...what is the role of the Godparent on these important days? For those of you that are Godparents, what do you do with your Godchild on these days?

Karavaki: The Greek Christmas Boat of Hope !

Hope is a word we all love and live with.....In Buddhism it is complimented with "Faith"♥️♥️

Share your Greek tongue twisters!

I love this one, does anyone know any more?

Φίλος έδωσε σε φίλο τριαντάφυλλο με φύλλο. Φίλε, φύλαγε το φύλλο, μην το δώσεις σε άλλο φίλο.

Which translates to: A friend gave to a friend a rose with a lief. Friend, keep the leaf, don’t give it to another friend. Its super hard to say in Greek
Share and discuss Greek traditions related to Greek weddings, christenings, dance & holidays!

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