In completing the duties that ultimately pay my bills, I end up reviewing a lot of legal language that was either - drafted by an individual whose first language is Arabic (i.e., not English) or was translated from Arabic prior to my perusal.
As such, I get a free chuckle about once a day, as well as lessons on what's going on in the other side of the world. Today, for example, I reviewed a contract that covered which Party would be responsible for what in the event of a Bedouin invasion, as well as, what was to be done when an employee "breached the peach."
The best one yet however, had to do with a rental agreement for Pipeline Inspection Gauges, or as they're known in the industry, PIGs. A PIG does exactly what you'd expect in that it travels through a pipeline relaying information on corrosion, flow, obstruction, etc. Sometimes, for one reason or another, the PIG will become lodged in the pipeline, unable to move either forward or backwards.
In my favorite legal laugh ever, the contract addressed what to do in the case of a "stuck up pig," and not only that, but "stuck up pig" was a defined term.
Suffice to say, some things are universal. Turns out, no one anywhere in this world likes a "stuck up pig."