4.10.2008

aladygma - kokalafotis?

In the middle of the last Pic,
http://aladygma.com/kf2/
we can see this.




















KOKALAFOTIS
What does it means?
Is that Greek?
Is there a greek reader that can help us to understand??

12 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:14:00 AM

    i am greek. KOKALA FOTIS means something like "BONES" and "LIGHT".

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  2. Anonymous3:02:00 PM

    hi im greek also but it dos not meen bone or light its acluly not greek

    sfme

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  3. Bones and Light? X-Ray? Like the picture?

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  4. Anonymous5:00:00 PM

    It aint greek.
    There's no F in the greek alphabet.
    Maybe it's latin.
    I'll look into it.

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  5. Anonymous7:23:00 PM

    kokalafotis.blogspot.com

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  6. wtf?? what about this shit :
    http://aladygma00112288.googlepages.com/home

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  7. Is a blog


    www.kokalafotis.blogspot.com

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  8. http://img148.imageshack.us/my.php?image=beasitiw2.jpg

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  9. weird coincidence,

    If you goolge image KOKALA FOTIS you get two pictures of a Greek banquet where they have Kappa Phi(also in the aladygma pic) written in bones.

    If you translate (altavista) the captions:

    Σπονδές και Θυσίες για τον Φώτη
    and
    Σπονδές και Θυσίες για τον Φώτη Κυρίδη!

    become:
    Libations and Sacrifices for the Fotis
    and
    Libations and Sacrifices for the Fotis Kyrj'di!

    What is the Fotis Kyrj'di and why do people give it sacrifices? Greek tradition?

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  10. kokalafotis= Your Bones, My Light

    kokalafotis.blogspot.com

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  11. Anonymous3:05:00 AM

    Fotis Kyridis is just a plain greek name. Fotis is a rather normal first name; its roots lie in the word 'light'(Fos)and its meaning could be interpreted as "illuminated". But it's not an uncommon name, and the pic is probably just some cuys holding a feast to their friend's honor (perhaps for some success).

    I have no idea what "kokalafotis" means. It has absolutely no meaning in greek. It does sound like it could be the last name of a person (real or imaginary), but I couldn't find anything.

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  12. Check this out, on the kokalafotis blog (http://kokalafotis.blog.com/) it has a chart for the patients of the Brooklyn Hospital, and at the bottom of the posted photo it shows a Thomas Dahlem on a piece of paper with Brooklyn Hopsital at the top. Dunno if it means anything.

    Oh, and the chart stops at 2001, maybe cloverfield killed it or something LOL

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