Questions About Malaka

{Greek Christmas} was the night before Xristouyenna?

Twas the night before Xristouyenna and all through the spiti, I could smell fasolatha & pasticho through my miti. Pandofles were hung on the fireplace quite low, Hoping Ayios Vasilis would bring some poto. Patera in his krevati was snoring pretty hard, Tired from stealing the tree from our malaka neighbours' yard. Mama was in the basement cooking like a nikokira, adding just enough lemon to her fresh made horta. When the thorivo came from outside the porta, Baba yelled from his room "ela mesa re malaka". The knocking on the door, such a rude, loud barage , I yelled through the window "It's a Greek house re malaka, come in through the garage!" Then, standing in the garage right next to my car, was my drunk thio Mitso coming home from the bar. Ainde kimisou methismene" I told him with might,"you'll ruin my chances of seeing Ayio Vasilis tonight". About two hours later I heard a noise down the stair, I jumped from my krevati to see who was there. Standing by the tree eat
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Do you know this Christmas poem?

It was the night before Xristouyenna and all through the spiti, I could smell fasolatha & pasticho through my miti. Pandofles were hung on the fireplace quite low, Hoping Ayios Vasilis would bring some ouzo. Patera in his krevati was snoring pretty hard, Tired from stealing the tree from our malaka neighbour's yard. Mama was in the basement cooking like a nikokira, adding just enough lemoni to her fresh made horta. When the thorivo came from outside the porta, Baba yelled from his room "ela mesa re malaka". The knocking on the door, such a rude, loud barage , I yelled through the window "It's a Greek house re malaka, come in through the garage!" Then, standing in the garage right next to my car, was my drunk thio Mitso coming home from the bar. "Ade kimisou methismene" I told him with might, "you'll ruin my chances of seeing Ayio Vasilis tonight". About two hours later I heard a noise down the stair, I jumped from my krevati to see who was there. Standing by the tree eating leftov
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Can someone translate this from greek to english for me?

I received this from some girl in my inbox. Never met her. And I don't speak this language. Can someone please translate this for me. Thank you so much. kai mn mou les pws den xeris ti sou lew.. giati tha se katagelw .. kleftra kai ipokritria theleis na kleveis tis zwes alonon.. ziliara moni sou tha meineis.... ziliara stokaro malaka mas koroideveis afou mas leei edw pws eisai italia .. zwon vlameni .. ilithia kargia ziliara xaxax zilara to ixerq pws zileves piastikes mori .. alla eisai toso kota pou den theleis na emfanistis egw omws tha se kanw ena report se olous tous filous mou pou ehis vri ki ehis kanei .. vlameni thelw na se petihw kai na arhizeis ta klamata kai tis ipokrisies sou... maresei pou asholoume twra mazi sou giati pernaei kai i wra mou twra eisai malakas fenese pws eisai italia...
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{Greek Christmas} was the night before Xristouyenna?

Twas the night before Xristouyenna and all through the spiti, I could smell fasolatha & pasticho through my miti. Pandofles were hung on the fireplace quite low, Hoping Ayios Vasilis would bring some poto. Patera in his krevati was snoring pretty hard, Tired from stealing the tree from our malaka neighbours' yard. Mama was in the basement cooking like a nikokira, adding just enough lemon to her fresh made horta. When the thorivo came from outside the porta, Baba yelled from his room "ela mesa re malaka". The knocking on the door, such a rude, loud barage , I yelled through the window "It's a Greek house re malaka, come in through the garage!" Then, standing in the garage right next to my car, was my drunk thio Mitso coming home from the bar. Ainde kimisou methismene" I told him with might,"you'll ruin my chances of seeing Ayio Vasilis tonight". About two hours later I heard a noise down the stair, I jumped from my krevati to see who was there. Standing by the tree eating leftover fakke
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