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Old 13.11.2015, 11:47
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As if the muchachas no importa do not understand spanish. Boooo!

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Reminds me of last time I was in Dallas. I was chatting to a guy in a bar. Although he insisted he was American and not Mexican and didn't speak one word of Spanish (I never asked, he volunteered this information by himself) his speech was a mix of Spanish and English. Anyway he was somewhat tipsy and it turned out his credit card was bad and he was unable to pay for what he'd consumed and was quite embarrassed about that so I chipped in and settled his tab for him and I guess that made him very obliged to me and so we ordered another round and he started cracking what i guess must have been dirty jokes although i didn't get most of them as his speech wasn't always easy to follow. At one point in our somewhat surreal conversation he pointed to a table with some rather good looking girls and asked me if I liked those "putas", then corrected "chicas" and then corrected again "girls"
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But do you think that is normal?. She told me that she is not going to change her travels alone or with friends,
It doesn't matter what people think or if they think it's normal or not. The question is, does it bother you ? If yes, don't go into a relationship with her !
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Old 13.11.2015, 12:01
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It means " the Swiss girls don't care if you he has a girlfriend . They still try it on with him Flirty many not all
Wow. Even my crap google-based English translation was better than that.
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Old 13.11.2015, 12:20
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Si e Los Latinos son demasiado sentimentos y sobretodos playboy

Pero soy de acuerdo y piensio tambiien que la suizas se creen muy importantes pero no rispetan mucho y Coquetas no rispeto que mi novio tiene una novia ( yo) pero estes muchachas No importa

<Google translate+ added: But I'm okay and I think also that the Swiss think they're important and flirty, but are not very respectful, they do not respect that my boyfriend has a girlfriend (I) but they're girls so do not matter >
" Yes, and the Latino guys are too sentimental and above all are 'playboys' "
" But I agree, and also think that the Swiss (girls) believe they are very important but don't respect very much - and are flirty/vain, without respect for the fact that my boyfriend has a girlfriend (me) - but these girls don't matter. "

Misaluana's Spanish is almost as bad as Google Translate's

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and asked me if I liked those "putas", then corrected "chicas" and then corrected again "girls"
That sounds like the Mexican Spanish I remember.
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Mine does all the time, what's the problem?

The classic was when my mother did it, and used poison-ivy leaves to wipe herself!

(yes, this really happened)

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