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As you probably know, fresa is the word for strawberry in Spanish (though if you're in Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay, you'll want to use the word frutilla ). In Mexico however, it can take on an alternate meaning:
Like is the case with all societies, Mexico has its fair share of subcultures or urban tribes. One of the most famous is 'los fresas' - the stereotype of superficial teenager or pre-teen who comes from an upper-class family, lives a lavish lifestyle, and is generally, pretty obnoxious and stuck up.
People who are fresa also stereotypically have a particular way of speaking, which consists of elongating phrases and sounding like they have a potato in their mouths. Paris Danielle, a famous TikTokker who self-describes herself as 'la niña fresa' -the fresa girl- serves as a great example.
Experts also note that fresas language is chock-full of anglicisms like OMG, nice, or cool, and that fresas tend to...