7 Mexican Funny Expressions ✨TO MAKE YOUR FRIENDS LAUGH IN SPANISH✨

¡Hola qué tal!

Hello everyone! Such a beautiful day here in the Uk! ¡Hola a todos!
¡Es un día divino aquí en el Reino Unido!

Today, we have for you these seven funny Mexican expressions to make your friends laugh hard!

-Tengo para tí, estás 7 expresiones idiomáticas que son comunes en mi país México. 🇲🇽 ¡Son muy graciosas!😂

Let’s have a look and let me know which one is your favourite:

➡️ “Tengo el mal del puerco” / “Me dio el mal del puerco”. 🐷🐽 (You’re feeling stuffed and tired after having a large meal)

➡️“Limosnero y con garrote” (Beggars can’t be choosers)

➡️“Te está echando los perros” (He/she’s flirting with you)😍😏

➡️“Es mi mero mole” (To point out you’re really good at something or when you’re listening your favourite kind of music)

➡️“Si tus amigos se tiran del puente tu también” (This is such a classic expression commonly used by mums in Mexico and Latin America).😅😂

➡️“¿Quieres que te dé una razón para llorar?” Oh dear! This saying is well known by a lot of kids and even us with the infamous “chancla or clancleta” (sandal).🩴 😅 If kids are having a tantrum or weeping for some reason, mums might say this one.

➡️“Le echa mucha crema a sus tacos”🌮🌮 It’s about someone who’s constantly bragging, so full of themselves.

Can you think of any similar expressions or idioms like the ones above? Let me know which one is your favourite!
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