Hili: Who is that?
A: A snowman.
Hili:I don’t think he will read our website.
Note from Malgorzata: The Polish word for snowman, “bałwan”, has two meanings. The other one was borrowed by Yiddish speakers and figures in Leo Rosten’s “The Joy of Yiddish” as “balvan”: a hopeless idiot.
Hili: Kto to jest?
Hili: To chyba nie będzie nasz czytelnik.