During the 39 days from Pascha until Ascension, we Orthodox Christians exchange the Paschal greeting: Christ is risen! Indeed, he is risen! To make it more interesting, we repeat it in many languages - most often the common Orthodox liturgical languages like Greek, Slavonic, Arabic, and Romanian, but occasionally in more obscure languages. In the past couple of weeks I have heard Albanian, Georgian, Syriac, and various native Alaskan languages, among others. But I also learned it in a couple of modern North American dialects:
If you know any other non-serious variations on the Paschal greeting, please post them as responses.