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
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office plankton (small office employees)
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equivalent of "the same dish, just under a different souce"
you want it as best but it ends up as always
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