7 Entries Tagged “Greek”

Funny Observations

1. In Greek "Arctic" Means Place with Bears, Whereas "Antarctic" Means Place Without Bears

Funnily enough, the Arctic has polar bears, while the Antarctic has no bears. See also Bears, Greek.

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Funny Insults

2. τι θα κάνεις για ένα πρόσωπο όταν ο μπαμπουίνος θέλει εγώ, αλλά πίσω

Greek for "What are you going to do for a face when the baboon wants its butt back?" See also Greek.

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Funny Places

3. Gymnasium

A place in Ancient Greece where people exercised without clothes. "Gymno" is Greek for "naked". See also Greek, Nudity.

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Funny Animals

4. The Croc Ness Monster

Non-native crocodile that somehow ended up in a lake on the Greek island of Crete and has been helping himself to local ducks and lambs. See also Greek.

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Funny Nicknames

5. Zeus Toots

For those who pass gas like thunder and lightning. See also Flatulence, Greek.

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Funny Words

6. Oocephalus

An egghead (from Greek: οόν (oon) = egg, and κεφαλή (cephali) = (head). See also Greek.

Added by Zorzi on March 26, 2013| Comment | You Like This |

Funny People

7. Xantippe

She's the wife of Greek philosopher Socrates who was known for her bad temper. Now the term is used to signify a shrew or surly spouse (who more often than not thinks children should neither be seen nor heard). See also Greek.

Added by knepsam on February 21, 2011| Comment | You Like This |

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