The requests continue: Doll, Neck. Krk is one of those great Czech words that teachers of Czech trot out to scare their students. It’s an example of the letter R acting as a vowell in some Czech words. The phenomenon is demonstrated in the well-known tongue-twister, Strč prst skrz krk, or “Stick finger through neck.” Not as quaint, perhaps, as selling seashells by the seashore, but you’ve got the work with the material you’re given.
When I Googled the phrase I found two interesting things: Wikipedia has an entry on it. And you can buy a T-Shirt with the phrase printed on it, designed by Slovakian typographer Johanna
Balušíková Biľak . I totally need one of those.