I told my parents about your excitement concerning Yiddish and Hebrew phrases. My father feels it would be remiss of me not to immediately teach you this Hebrew phrase:
Literal translation: "You should be healthy."
Actual meaning in everyday usage: "You should drop dead."
It's a true classic.
Off to bed, more tomorrow.
P.S. It is definitely faster to hop onto the bike which already has the shoes stuck onto the pedals. You're welcome.