Recently, my son took up playing the cahóne, a box-shaped percussion instrument from Peru. He has enjoyed it so much that he purchased a second one.
That is where this tale goes sideways.
First, you must know that his wife is of Mexican descent. And though she does speak some Spanish, she doe not speak the language fluently.
While visiting their pastor, my son got out his newest drum and let his wife and the pastor play on it. Afterward, the three of them arrived at the church for worship, where she told church members, “The pastor and I were playing with my husband’s cajones before coming here.”