Would you like another? Here's an easy one:
Indul a görög aludni :)
Do people in Hungary address priests as "apa," the same way English speakers say "father?"
No, it's 'atya'. (Atya is also an old-fashioned way to say apa, so there's that connection.)
So does that mean the speaker is saying that the priest is a father (ie, he has a child)?
Yes: the priest has become a father. To make it more clear, we could say 'papa, apa lett a pap!' but that would kill the joke (try to read the sentence backwards ;) ) the speaker is addressing their grandpa probably with 'papa'
Yes, I saw that someone else mentioned it was a palindrome. I guess the priest won't be a priest for long, though.
Well... Only if he's found out ;)