Lithuanian Lithuania

Pila kaip iš kibiro

Expression USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(It is pouring like from a bucket) • Used to comment on heavy rain, similar to "it's raining cats and dogs".

"Vilniuje dangų skrodžia žaibai - pila, kaip iš kibiro."

"Lightning strikes in Vilnius - it is pouring as if from a bucket."

Lithuanian Lithuania

pigiau grybo

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

(cheaper than a mushroom) • The expression indicates that something is very affordable, low-priced, easy to acquire.

Nusipirkau naujas kelnes, kainavo pigiau grybo.

I bought new pants, they cost cheaper than a mushroom.

Lithuanian Lithuania

dirbk, pirk, mirk

Expression USED On Occasion BY Young People, politically-minded people

(work, buy, die) • A sarcastic rhyming phrase used to describe the consumerist life cycle. Sometimes appears as graffiti.

"Kai buvau jaunas, rašinėjau ant sienų "dirbk, pirk, mirk".

"When I was young, I used to write "work, buy, die" on walls."