Neapolitans use this motto when they’re talking with someone who wants to appear different from what he really is or tries to promise things he could never fulfil. It’s a way of saying ‘it’s useless going on tricking me’. The rafaniello ís the Neapolitan word for radish. These vegetables are often used to season salads or to garnish dishes. They look like pretty but they’re bitter, so it’s better not to eat them if you don’t like their taste. So we use to call rafaniello people trying to hide their true temper. Use this motto to prevent someone like this from playing the….