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Lost In Translation

Graphic renderings of four antiquated Hungarian proverbs that even the Hungarians themselves don't know the meaning behind. (Via)

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  • The child will grow into his clothes like a donkey into it's ears. Said when a child receives clothes that are too large for him.

  • Papa bear is growling and grumbling, he's in a bad mood. Said about people who generally have a negative outlook on life.

  • The cat's fart is choppy. This is said about a person who takes too long to pay back his debt or pays back his debt in many small payments.

  • Old goats like to lick the salt-block too. Said about elderly men who still lust after young women.