“Tens muita garganta!”


In Portugal we say “Tens muita garganta!” which means “You have a lot of throat!”, when somebody is acting over confidently or is just acting scared!

Normally, we say that in a humorous or in a negative way, so that the person who’s saying something over confidently or who is afraid of something, sees that we know that he/ she’s not going to do anything.

Enjoy saying this phrase to someone like that, and have a great week.



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