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By Scarlett Russell. The Czech Republic has long been regarded as one of the most popular destinations for British men's stag parties: At one point, it was reported that 20 per cent of all weekend crime in Prague was caused by them. Perhaps one reason so many tourists flock to the Czech Republic is because of its relaxed attitude to sex, affairs and alcohol.
Czech can be a strange language. In fact, some of the most common sayings are truly bizarre and seem to make no sense when you first hear them. We take at look at some widely used Czech phrases and try to explain what they mean.
Translation: To rub yourself in somewhere. Translation: He needs it like a dead man needs a winter coat. Translation: Throwing your rifle in the rye. Meaning: To throw in the towel or to give up, especially after a long fight that seems to be going nowhere. Translation: Once in a Hungarian moon. Nobody seems to know what Hungary has to do with it.
Translation: White sex. Meaning: Midnight snack.
The white being a reference to the traditional color of fridges. Meaning: If you want to make money or achieve something, you have to work for it.
Translation: A fish rots from its head. Meaning: If something is wrong, chances are it started with the government or leaders. Translation: He has butter on his head. Translation: He who runs away, wins.
Translation: A man once thought he would fart but he pooped himself instead. Translation: After the battle, everybody is a general.
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