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Don’t Eat the Coconut

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When someone is perseverating or worrying too much, some Spanish speakers will suggest they stop obsessing with the phrase no te comas el coco. Literally, it means “don’t eat the coconut,” the word cocoin Spanish being slang for “head.” This is part of a complete episode.

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