This made me laugh. Could be in any country
It's crazy difficult to understand this one for sure.
Also works with some religious leaders :)
Don't worry about what the sentence means, just take from it the two verbs it's teaching you, mentir and encher.
A bolsa =bag
O bolso =pocket
That is supposed to be referring to politicians (just a guess). They lie to people/citizens while, at the same time, they fill their pockets with money due to high taxes!!
Yes this one is very common to the lips of brasileiros complaining about their politicians.
I would say it is very common for each nation on this planet ;-)
I can see myself entering a bar anywhere in the world just saying that and there'd be someone to empathize :D
Yes, I found this is one of the few meaningful sentences here.
What is the difference between 'your' and 'their'? How do you distinguish the two?
If you use "seu, seus, sua, suas" it becomes ambiguous.
But if you use deles(masc) and delas(fem) to mean "their" it is not ambiguois anymore
can we translate this as: they lie and fill their bags?