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Maria N. (via twitter)
My Dad’s aunt lived in St John’s Wood - she would say she took “the buso to Captain Down to go to …
A very good friend of mine created the word antisiseptic. Pronounced the Greek way Andi...etc. she …
Hoping some of these qualify. Some of these relate to the fish and chip business my parents ran. Do…
As it's hay-fever season my Grenglish word is "Apptchuristigga" I sneezed.
To talk choftes is to talk rubbish.
"You chat choftes"
"What is this choftes"
Pistola (any hand tool that resembles a hand pistol)
Πιζινες/ πιζινες Μάν ( obviously business/ business man. The way it’s used has cultural connotation…
I’m thinking Barberis for barber or is that just how us villagers speak lol 😂
From my great-aunt:
"Ta mbilozirka" - below-zero temperatures
"O hasbis mou" - my husband
FOOD AND PRODUCT LABELS 1
I somehow ended up at a Greek Cypriot shop food called Despina’s in S…