Twitter Tuesday: Canine Cuteness, Bad Translations, Unorthodox Therapy, and more…

It’s time once again to bring you the best of Brazilian Twitter from the last week.

First, a little canine cuteness to start your day out right…

Now for some words of wisdom from popular (and aqua-phobic) Brazilian cartoon character Cascão:

Translation: Lord, give me patience, because I already have a lot of stubbornness.

Brazilian comedian Tom Cavalcante is regularly featured here. We’re not sure exactly what is going on in this video, but his caption is hilarious:

Translation: Tomorrow at noon…a special blessing for voters who do not accept the defeat of their candidate.

Speaking of Tom, check out the maneuvers of this police chopper.

Then there’s this guy who decided that his wedding day would be the perfect opportunity to make his political preferences known. (17 is the number for presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro).

Subtle, dude. Subtle.

Speaking of politics, this tweet pretty much sums up every Brazilian election cycle.

It seems like every week we feature something from the Esquadrilha da Fumaça. It’s because they always have some awesome pictures.

Like this one:

Translation: Did you think the cloudy weather would get in the way of our photo session at the Christ the Redeemer statue? You thought wrong! We will post more pictures later. Spoiler: they are very beautiful.

As of this moment they have not posted any more, but we will be sure to feature them when they do.

This is an actual soft drink, and the people of the state of Maranhão, where it is concocted, defend it with their sacred honor.

Translation: Have you seen this guaraná somewhere? Even though many don’t know about it, Guaraná Jesus has existed since 1920 in Brazil.

We’re thinking perhaps this a/c installation leaves a little to be desired.

And finally, from the same account, perhaps the best translation from English to Portuguese that we have ever seen.

In case you’re wondering, the actual translation would be “fried sausage”.

And that does it for this week, folks. Be sure to check out our back issues of Twitter Tuesday here.

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