||"Cada macaco no seu galho" - a popular Brazilian saying||
Today I want to talk to you about a very common Brazilian saying: "cada macaco no seu galho". Literally, it means "each monkey on its own branch". This phrase is used to remind someone to mind their own business and not interfere in someone else's affairs.
This saying is quite popular in Brazil and it's often used in everyday conversations. It's also a great example of our cultural wisdom.
So, if you're learning Portuguese and want to tell someone to mind your own business you can quote this popular saying. Of course you wanna do this with your friends and probably not with your boss.
Now share with me, what popular saying do you use in your country to express this same idea?