Kereah Mikan Umikan - קֵרֵחַ מִכָּאן וּמִכָּאן

Pronunciation: Ke·re·ah mi·kan u·mi·kan

Literal translation: Bald from here and here



This funny Hebrew expression is said when you try to achieve or obtain two different things at the same time, and end up losing them both.

Example: If you don't pass your interview and your current workplace finds out about it and fires you, you come out kereah mikan umikan.

 

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