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Haitian happiness

Haitian happiness
 n.— «They fought mosquitoes, tropical heat and what they euphemistically called “Haitian Happiness.”» —“Team spirit helped raise Haitian church” by Kevin Duchschere Star-Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota) July 16, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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