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Single
20-11-09, 20:21
Hey!, I just wanted to share this with you :D
I have a LOT of mexican friends and one of them send me an e-mail with this LULZ!

Worried about making a tour to Mexico or Latin-America
Wondering HOW THE HELL you'll go to a restaurant and ask for some food

NO MORE! :D

**Read aloud with your BEST English pronunciation**
(I'm not kidding, if you like a lot your own language, don't worry about it)


Web us come ham on

(Huevos con jamon)

Web us come toss see no

(Huevos con tocino)

Web us tea be us

(Huevos tibios)

Web us come shore is so

(Huevos con chorizo)

Web be toes come free hall lit toes

(Huevitos con frijolitos)

Does stack kit toes door add

it toes the Paul Joe

(Dos taquitos doraditos de pollo)

Does stack kit toes the car neat as

(Dos taquitos de carnitas)

Come chill leap toes hall up pen Joe's

(Con chilitos jalapeños)

Come chill lack kill less

(Con chilaquiles)

E free hall lit toes

(Y frijolitos)



Much as grass see as

(Muchas gracias)


LOL, so funny :D, I just can't stop of laughing =P

Legend of Lara
20-11-09, 20:23
Worried about making a tour to Mexico or Latin-America

...
...you know that they speak Spanish in Spain, too, right?

Tony9595
20-11-09, 20:24
:vlol:
Yeah it's funny 'cause that's indeed how those words are pronounced :D

Single
20-11-09, 20:28
...
...you know that they speak Spanish in Spain, too, right?

Oh mah Gah!, yes... I miss it!,
Pardon me? :confused:

Legend of Lara
20-11-09, 20:31
Oh mah Gah!, yes... I miss it!,
Pardon me? :confused:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spain
"Spanish or Castilian (español or castellano) is a Romance language in the Ibero-Romance group that originated in northern Spain and gradually spread in the Kingdom of Castile, evolving into the principal language of government and trade in the Iberian peninsula. It was taken most notably to the Americas as well as to Africa and Asia Pacific with the expansion of the Spanish Empire between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries."

:p

Single
20-11-09, 20:35
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spain
"Spanish or Castilian (español or castellano) is a Romance language in the Ibero-Romance group that originated in northern Spain and gradually spread in the Kingdom of Castile, evolving into the principal language of government and trade in the Iberian peninsula. It was taken most notably to the Americas as well as to Africa and Asia Pacific with the expansion of the Spanish Empire between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries."

:p

Lulz!; you don't need to do this :D
I just miss it because I was talking about the Mexican Food (And the thread is about it), I just miss Spain =P, and I also don't like that country a lot
But, thanks for the info. :D

freeze10108
21-11-09, 02:40
Now, I don't mean to be rude here, but unless I have a horrible accent in my English (I shouldn't because it's my native language), those pronunciation approximates are way off from how I'd pronounce those Spanish words (I pride myself on having a relatively good accent in Spanish :)).

LegendLost
21-11-09, 03:04
Having taken 2 years of Spanish courses, and 2 years of advanced Spanish courses, pronouncing the English words doesn't sound at all how the Spanish should sound.

Single
21-11-09, 17:37
The meaning of this was fun, but i thought some people get disagree, sorry if you wasn't used to get it :(

It's just for laugh U_U'

Tony9595
21-11-09, 17:39
Aww Single, I found it funny :)
And I can confirm that most of those are accurate to the way we pronounce those words here in México :hug:

NemesisX13X
21-11-09, 17:39
My mom knows Spanish, I don't. Boo. :p