Every language has idioms, AKA phrases that don’t make sense literally and are kinda weird but everyone understands what they
generally mean. In Spanish? There's an insult that doesn't make sense for every situation.
When your mom is mad at you for not cleaning your room, she might say, "¡Me cago en tu madre!" But like... that means "I shit on your mother." So what gives???
When someone rudely bumps into you on the street? You know what to say:
When you're waiting for that important call and the phone finally rings and it's a freaking telemarketer:
When you're in traffic and somebody cuts you off? Hit 'em with that vicious verbal warfare:
You know when a friend asks you your opinion of a love interest, you will ALWAYS be honest:
Sometimes you just GOT to get the last word in and tell that person where to go:
No matter how close of a friend they are, if someone tries to steal your food, you can tell them exactly what kind of person they're being:
Sometimes, that one annoying co-worker is just TOO MUCH TO HANDLE:
When that coffee is TOO HOT and you gotta let out some swears, sometimes that one weird one about church comes out:
Stubbing your toe? You're gonna swear and it's gonna be about poop. Obviously:
If someone throws shade on your fashion choices you KNOW you're gonna clap right on back:
And finally, when your abuela wants to warn you away from whatever shenanigans you're up to, her warnings might sound... a little crazy: