Chocolate que no tiñe, claro está.

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Chocolate que no tiñe, claro está.
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1. (proverb) (general)
Regionalism used in Mexico
a. If it doesn't burn, it's not fire.
¿Por qué guardas esa radio si los altavoces no funcionan? Chocolate que no tiñe, claro está.Why do you keep that radio when the speakers are not working? If it doesn't burn, it's not fire.
b. the truth will out (proverb)
Se nota lo chafa que es esa chaqueta: es casi nueva, pero ya no funciona la cremallera. Como dice el dicho: "Chocolate que no tiñe, claro está".You can tell how cheap that jacket is; it's almost new, but the zipper is already not working. As the saying goes, "The truth will out."
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