These are quite common in GB because of the similarity with Tea break.
"T-break, then P-break"
Now come on, be honest - who knew what a Wolperding was? Google told me that there are enormous numbers of them in Germany who sell cars, but I couldn't imagine that even sehr durchsetzungskraftvolle German car dealers would use such ruthlessly embarrassing sales techniques.
Hint: try LEO with ..Ting instead of ..Ding (but that won't help you a lot; at least, not initially)
This thread, and Jutta's contribution, combined nicely to remind me of the old story about young Mary, who had recently begun to step out with a new admirer. One winter evening they went to a dance in the the village hall. Some snow fell during the evening, but when the time came for all the young men to see their partners safely home, the clouds had cleared and the moon and stars shone out over a crisp and even covering of new snow.
The next morning, Mary's mother got up, opened the bedroom curtains and looked out over the expanse of white. Suddenly her face hardened and she called her husband over to the window. "Look, Andrew!" she said. "That impudent young man of Mary's has pee'd his name in the snow on our lawn!"
Andrew looked closely, thought for a moment, and said to his good wife "Aye, Mary, but the blame is not his alone - if you look carefully, you'll see it's our Mary's handwriting".