If you speak English and Spanish, your brain is wired differently. Some scientists believe that kids who grow up bilingual are better at multitasking and have a stronger memory. The best part, though? It helps you understand hilariously bad translations that people sometimes make when they don’t quite understand a language.
Like this chocolate maker, who didn’t realize that its translation for “nut” was a ballsy move:
— Laura Martínez ® (@miblogestublog) July 25, 2016