alla sera leoni...*

* lions at night...

Italian Italy

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Parents

Used when someone stays up late at night but then the following morning has troubles getting out of bed.

Note: Many people end the sentence with the rhyme "e al mattino coglioni", which translates to "and dumb in the morning", but it's implicit even if not specifically said.

"Ah, adesso hai sonno? Alla sera leoni..."

"Oh, you're tired now? Lions at night..."

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