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“Żb*b”: Priest’s Viral Easter Sermon Slip Up

"Żb*b": Priest's Viral Easter Sermon Slip Up
Apr 1 2024 Share

A priest’s slip up during the Easter Sunday Mass went viral on local social media, after he mispronounced the word ‘xhud’ (witness) to żb*b (penises).

 

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The priest quickly brushed it off and continued with his sermon, but also snickered a bit at the mistake, being an absolute sport about it.

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Priests are, after all, just human – such mistakes happen to the best of us!

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Someone Added Wied Gormi To Google Maps

Someone Added Wied Gormi To Google Maps
Apr 1 2024 Share

Someone has actually added Wied Gormi to Google Maps.

For those initiated in the various Maltese innuendos, Wied Gormi refers to a person’s lower areas.

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To build on the joke, the valley was situated by the person near Xaqqa valley, with ‘xaqq’ translating to ‘crack’.

So you can guess what associations Wied Gormi has.

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Youngest Member Of Cabinet Omar Farrugia Turns 29

Youngest Member Of Cabinet Omar Farrugia Turns 29
Apr 1 2024 Share

Labour MP Omar Farrugia, the youngest member of Prime Minister Robert Abela’s cabinet, celebrates his 29th birthday today.

Omar Farrugia is the current Parliamentary Secretary for Public Works after having been elected for the first time in the 2022 election.

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Despite being the youngest member of cabinet, Omar is not the youngest member of Malta’s parliament, with that being Nationalist MP Eve Borg Bonello.

On behalf of MaltaDaily, we wish Omar Farrugia a happy birthday!

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110kg Of Marine Litter Cleaned From Fekruna Bay Clean Up

110kg Of Marine Litter Cleaned From Fekruna Bay Clean Up
Apr 1 2024 Share

A collaborative seabed clean-up in Fekruna Bay by Ambjent Malta and Professional Diving School Association saw 110kg of marine litter collected.

Images of the collected waste were shared to Ambjent Malta’s social media, showing the plastic and other materials which were found laying at the bottom of the sea in the oft frequented bay.

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The organisation emphasised the importance of safeguarding marine environments from such litter due to its hazardous impact on fauna and flora as well as Malta’s environmental landscape.

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