نمت زي الفسيخة
‘nemt zay el fasee5a’
Fasikh is a rotten, pungent fish pickled with salt that many Egyptians eat during the Sham El Nessim holiday to celebrate the beginning of spring. According to Wikipedia, the dish is comprised of “fermented, salted, and dried gray mullet” and the secrets of the fermentation process are often passed down from father to son.
Apparently, when you sleep like this fish, that is a positive thing.
So. There’s that.