Sunday, May 18, 2014

Spanish mine so good is not.

I only had the one semester of Spanish, but I think the sign says "Don't play cards with Baby Jesus."
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19 comments:

Robin said...

I thought it said that Baby Jesus hates card cheats.

Jess said...

That works for me.

Did you know "Piso Mojado" warns illegal aliens to not piss on the floor?

Ed said...

You mean "piso mojado" does not mean "nasty tasting marinade"?

Steve Skubinna said...

I think it means "No card playing during seasonal Pacific storm systems."

Because I'm pretty sure Baby Jesus would be capitalized. Or would that just be in German?

Steve Skubinna said...

No Jess, I think it means somebody already pissed on the floor. I mean, how do you think it got wet in the first place?

Jess said...

I stand corrected.

Anonymous said...

Don't give castanets to children!

It's an idiomatic expression really meaning:

Don't let your children grow up to be flamenco dancers.

Gerry

Pawpaw said...

Either way. Playing cards with Baby Jesus isn't a good idea. He knows what you hold.

Anonymous said...

Hey! Look! A six pack of Magic Hat! I'm jealous. I'm out of Magic Hat range.

staghounds said...

But how are customers expected to get their child purchases to the check out line?

staghounds said...


Also, "Carne Asada" definitely does NOT mean "have sex outside".

MIggy said...

OMG, Stop, please stop! you guys are giving me a heart attack I am laughing so hard.

In other news, I am available for Spanish classes in exchange for ammo.

MIggy said...

and "Piso Mojado" means "Step on Undocumented Immigrants from South of the Border"

staghounds said...

The pictures suggest that "Piso Mojado" means "Do you like what you see?"

Cybrludite said...
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Cybrludite said...

If you find yourself in a sleazy Mexican bar in a dangerous border town, you can impress the eases by asking for your bar tab in the local slang. The phrase you want to remember is, "Quánto por tu hermana por el noche?" You can trust me on this. Hablo Español como un gringo barracho.

Anonymous said...

You're still doing "mas bueno" than the lady I overheard in the Mexican restaurant. She asked if the pollo came with chicken.

-Drifter

Geodkyt said...

I was in high school before I found out that La Jolla and "La Hoya" weren't two seperate towns in California. . .

Windy Wilson said...

I thought Carne Asada was Brian Wilson's Daughter's married name.