A new Portuguese-language podcast has emerged to explore the word “cápula” (cope), with a host in the US asking listeners to “see what it is.”
The podcast, which was broadcast on Friday, has been making the rounds online, with listeners taking to social media to share their experiences.
One viewer, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the podcast’s host that “cacula” was “a word that is very hard to say.
It sounds like a big word, but it’s actually a very small word.
The only thing you really know about it is that it means ‘to be happy’.”
The podcast also explores the meaning behind the Portuguese word “coquerel”, which has also been coined a slang term for people who are happy.
In addition, listeners are asked to explain what the word means to them, and the host tells listeners that it can be used to mean: “a good day, a good night, a great day, or a great night.
The word comes from the fact that you are happy with what you have and want to enjoy it, whereas some people are not happy with things, they just don’t like to have them.
But we’re not trying to make fun of anyone, so if you do find yourself saying cacula, you have to try to understand it as a word.”