In Spanish, when you want to encourage someone not don’t give up, you tell that person: “Lechuga” which is the short pronunciation of “never give up” in Spanish.
This is truly meaningful and gorgeous.
As someone who speaks Spanish, I can confirm this. You definitely shouldn’t try to translate this, just trust us Spanish speakers.
Lechuga means lettuce
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you only realise how bad the jokes on this site are until you actually say one out loud
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oh look now we don’t have to look outside anymore
such a beautiful night tonight
this is the saddest thing ive ever seen on here
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mom can i borrow $100,000 please i’ll give u it back when im rich and famous
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I like the idea of two people spending forever together.