The packets of hot sauce at the Mexican fast food restaurant called Taco Bell has short, cute sentences on their packets:
This one says:
FAITE POUR S'ÉTENDRE.
In English, when a person is "saucy", they can be a little bit disrespectful but in an entertaining or amusing way, like when a child talks back to their parent or teacher, but in a way that doesn't anger the parent or teacher too much. Saucy people are often verbally clever.
I don't know what "Fait pour s'étendre" means. DeepL translator says "Made to expand". WordReference dictionary says that "s'étendre" means "to spread".
"Born saucy" is cute and funny because it's a play on words: This is a packet of hot sauce (so it is, indeed, created to be "sauce"-y), and this packet of hot sauce has an amusingly impolite attitude.
What does "Faite pour s'étendre" mean, and why is it funny or cute?