Transcription (the accent is shown in capital letters):
[ha-RO-sha-ya mys-LYA pree-HO-deet a-pas-LYA]
Translation / meaning:
~ good thoughts come afterwards
More from "Funny Russian expressions"
What I don't eat, I bite. Comes from an Ukranian anecdote.
whatever the child is doing, the most important that he/she does not smoke grass
a good thought comes after (i.e. a good idea always comes post factum)
a way to refuse to do something (just wait me while I'm ironing my laces)
distorted variant of 'вот где собака порылась', means the same
you want it as best but it ends up as always
what is "not lucky" and how to fight it