¿"ME IMPORTA UN PEPINO" EN INGLÉS?
This is an expression that I only learnt recently, and in fact, I think I heard it on the radio. I found it quite interesting because it gives rise to the question about why Spanish speakers don't think "pepinos" are important!!!
In the UK, cucumbers (pepinos) are very important and always have been so because we make cucumber sandwiches which are a vital part of the English diet (jaja). Anyway, getting back to the expression: the obvious translation would be "I don't care", but a more interesting version would be "I don't give two hoots".
For example: "I don't give two hoots about want you think".
Hope that helps!
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