@luislanguages it means “don’t talk about misfortune” as in don’t talk about that, like it is something that if you talk about it, it will happen and will be bad. For exemple, for students when exams are approaching, one may start talking about them and ask the others if theirs are going well, and a student may say “oh toi, ne parles pas de malheur” hahahahah. I hope this exemple helps.
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