Don’t worry, I got this
If you are saying “No way!” to yourself, then you have probably never been to China (or India, or the Philippines for that matter). In Guang Dong China I often saw guys carrying 4 gigantic propane tanks on their bikes. But, this guy has it under control. Proof: he is wearing a helmet! And he reassures us with: “Don’t worry”, “I got this”.
|Bié dānxīn||Don’t worry||Bié is “don’t”, and dānxīn is “worry”. “dān” is carry, and “xīn” is heart.|
|Búhuì chūshì||No possibility of accident||“Búhuì” (not possible) and “chūshì” (accident), together mean: “An accident is not possible”. Since he is implying that he has the skill to handle it, “I got this.” is a pretty good translation.|