"Los Nicaraguenses Somos Gente Deacachimba" so says the controversial T- shirt in Grenada. So what is so controversial? It seems the word deacachimba is what is controversial. I am not a big linguist or anything but I am kind of intrigued by languages how they develop and for and blend. This word is interesting to me because first of all no one can tell me exactly what it means. There is not really an exact translation. Secondly it is interesting to me because to the best of my knowledge it is only used in Nicaragua. Thirdly there seems to be some disagreement as to whether or not it is a "bad" word or not. So far about 8 out of 10 say it is not a bad word at all it just means happy, joyful, or great, BUT the other 2 out of 10 feel that it is kind of a strong word a little on the bad side. There does not seem to be a lot of in between sentiment about this mysterious word that lacks a very clear translation. So if anyone out there knows or has an opinion feel free to voice it.