Si del cielo te caen limones, pide tequila y sal.

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Si del cielo te caen limones, pide tequila y sal.
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a. If lemons are falling from the sky, ask for tequila and salt.
En la camiseta que me compré en México, dice: "Si del cielo te caen limones, pide tequila y sal". - ¿Es un dicho Mexicano?On the T-shirt I bought in Mexico, it says, "If lemons are falling from the sky, ask for tequila and salt." - Is it a Mexican saying?
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