Drinking toast

by Zgirl, Friday, January 04, 2019, 11:53 (165 days ago)

I’m looking for a drinking toast in Spanish, possibly an idiom, that I learned in Veracruz a few years ago. It started out, “Para me, para ti, para.... It translates to something like, “To me, to you, to what together may be.” When you do the toast you bring your drink to yourself with the para me, then to the other person with the para ti, then intertwine arms to drink with the together part that I can’t remember. I was told it was for picking someone up in a bar, but it could be a wedding toast.

About me, I don’t post, but I’ve been following the board for many years and have been an annual Zihuatanejo vacationer for 18 years.

Thanks


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