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The Official Spanish Speaking Thread

Discussion in 'Bar' started by DanLights, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. Jevil

    Jevil Pro Evolution Fucker

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    Creo que entiendo mejor el inglés que el mexicano, hahaha!
     
  2. DanLights

    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    Mierda, esta bueno! Me enganche!
     
  3. El_Gato

    El_Gato I love this gain

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    fuga de cerebros 2

    ahí dejo eso
     
  4. DanLights

    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    no la vi. Tan mala es? :D
     
  5. El_Gato

    El_Gato I love this gain

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    No es amanece que no es poco pero yo me partí de risa. Ya hacía tiempo que no veía una comedia española tan buena
     
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    EdSOE Absolution of Humanity

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    Caballeros, hasta hoy me di cuenta que existía esta sección en el foro de Sneap. Mi nombre es Eduardo y soy de Costa Rica. Soy vocalista de:

    Feliz Navidad a tod@s (un poco tarde yo se), pero la intención es lo que cuenta ¿correcto? Mis mejores deseos para el 2012 compañeros foristas.

    Saludos
    \m/
     
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    Charlez Carlos Rosa

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    Saludos, no se si tienen conocimiento sobre la parranda puertorriqueña pero aqui les dejo para que escuchen
    algo que hice hace un tiempito para esta temporada :p

     
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    DolphinSplatter What it is, Bullhorn

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  10. JeffTD

    JeffTD Senhor Testiculo

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    So I speak zero Spanish, but I've had a question for a while and this is the perfect place to ask.

    In the Spanish language, does the equivalent translation of "my friend" get used a lot? I only ask because I notice that, when speaking English, a lot of people I come across in life that are Hispanic, Latin, etc... say it a lot, even when you're not friends with them. Is it a cultural thing, or a translational thing? Do you guys say "yo hombre" a lot? I'm probably over-thinking things but I've been curious for a while.
     
  11. lilhermiejobo

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    Why would my Argentinian friend from work tell me this? "Come mierda burro grande. El reloj de su abuelo huele a plástico quemado y orina."
    What is wrong with people?!
     
  12. Ashgarth

    Ashgarth Jordi Vaquero

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    At least here in Spain, we don't say my friend that much, we use what would be translated as "dude".

    I don't know in south america, here in Spain saying "my friend" a lot is usually associated with cuban people haha
     
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    Ashgarth Jordi Vaquero

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    That guy is fucking nuts. :lol:
     
  14. DanLights

    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    Yeah Jordi´s right, it´s kind of a South American thing, some people use it, "amigo mío" which literally means My friend, but some people use things like "hermano" which means brother (like when californian people say bro a lot), or in Spain "tío" which literally means uncle but in Spain it´s used as an equivalent to dude. it´s commonly used in many places, even when they´re not your friend. It´s like saying "man" or "dude" in American, or "mate" in british.
     
  15. JeffTD

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    Ahh ok, that makes a lot of sense - thanks! It's always struck me as fairly scummy/douchey and annoying, like the guy who's saying it is trying to screw me over.
     
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    If he´s Latin American, he probably is! :lol:
     
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    Here in Argentina the lowlifes often use the world "amigo/a" (male or female) to refer to... well, basically anyone. I find it extremely annoying. You are not my friend, you st*pid c*nt :lol:

    Doesn't sound like something an Argentinian would say, even a stupid one. It's quite likely he got a virus or something like that.
     
  18. DolphinSplatter

    DolphinSplatter What it is, Bullhorn

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    yeah, it doesn't sound like an Argentinean at all
     
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    Jeff, people use it here in Mexico, but is more like a friendly way to talk to someone, people here say it in english "My friend". Like Dan said, is like using the "Man" or "Dude"
     
  20. DanLights

    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    Tenía que poner esto:

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