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User avatar #1 - rubiksdodecahedron
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and got it
#2 to #1 - anon id: de48c43d
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Kid got game
User avatar #100 to #2 - SgtBaha
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Él tiene juego.
User avatar #89 to #2 - pwnigator
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At least someone has...
User avatar #233 to #2 - Durp
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Yeah but now everyone has her number.
#216 to #2 - anon id: 992e4d7b
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you can just tell all the 12 year olds on this site, the girl has the home phone, the ***** Is asking for cellphone number.
User avatar #222 to #2 - jollyrogger
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Damn, almost 600 likes on a anonymous comment. Dont you wish you'd loged in..
#244 to #222 - anon id: f92afca3
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doged in :3
#33 to #1 - jjcoffee
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#11 - Kanoah
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What's even better is that they didn't bother to write out the numbers in Spanish.
What's even better is that they didn't bother to write out the numbers in Spanish.
User avatar #12 to #11 - sanguinesolitude
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what if i told you... those numbers ARE written out in spanish
#13 to #12 - Kanoah
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I meant worded, bro. Come on, uno, dos, tres? It's a Spanish book, wouldn't it make sense for them to be trying to teach the spoken form of numbers?
I meant worded, bro. Come on, uno, dos, tres? It's a Spanish book, wouldn't it make sense for them to be trying to teach the spoken form of numbers?
#15 to #13 - pebar
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User avatar #14 to #13 - sanguinesolitude
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oh i got what you meant, just pointing out that spanish uses the same numerals. Also by the time you are learning how to ask a girl her phone number, i think you have already learned how to count to 10. So why would they treat the student like a ******* child?
User avatar #16 to #14 - Kanoah
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Because it would be reinforcing what they've learned so they won't forget easily. That's why when you're learning something in a math class, they give you similar problems over and over and over, and occasionally revisit the lesson, so you don't forget it.
User avatar #17 to #16 - sanguinesolitude
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So you are saying that in english class for 5th graders we should still be writing out all the numbers in long form? and in highschool algebra they should still be testing on basic arithmetic?

For ***** sake i cant speak spanish and can count to 10 in spanish. If your students need help with numbers past 10 after 1st year spanish, they need to be moved into a special ed class.
User avatar #22 to #17 - ilovehitler
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To be fair, this is most likely a textbook for the first year of spanish...
User avatar #25 to #22 - sanguinesolitude
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Just seems silly to never move past spelling out every letter. I mean once a student has learned a concept, why keep babying them? Well apparently my opinion is unpopular so i'll stop commenting.
User avatar #28 to #25 - ilovehitler
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Probably because, with languages, you don't just learn something. If you don't consistently use the language, you forget it. So they most likely keep having the first years of spanish writing things out in long so they don't forget what they've learned.
User avatar #30 to #28 - sanguinesolitude
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its numbers... i mean i speak french and english. And i never was confused when 5 chapters later something said 5. It's still cinq, just like it has been for the past 3 months.

but sure, i guess you can keep writing them long form forever.
User avatar #31 to #30 - ilovehitler
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*shrugs*
I'm just trying to think of reasons why. I don't quite see the point myself either, but. Eh.
#93 to #31 - anon id: d15a66c7
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It's so that you can read it in Spanish without the book giving you the answer. If you read 7-6-4-9-0-8 as siete-seis-cuatro-nueve-cero-ocho, rather than just reading the words you get more practice and associate the words with the numbers.
#84 to #11 - LarsGoes
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what if they wrote them that way so people don't just read the words but are trained to use the words for those numbers by just seeing the numbers?
User avatar #242 to #11 - misterobotunicorn
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siete, seis, cuatro, nueve, sero, ocho, uno.
User avatar #40 to #11 - thediablo
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I think it's written like that so that the student can read them aloud in front of the teacher
User avatar #79 to #11 - cacachaud
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lol, i bet your butt hole is wide open like the stargate at this moment
#164 to #79 - Kanoah
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#23 - jasonseagull
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**** logic.
**** logic.
#213 to #23 - worried
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what, you've never given your number to someone and later on they called you and you asked for theirs because you forgot to get it?
User avatar #44 to #23 - thewalruss
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Jode la lógica*
User avatar #111 to #44 - thebestpieever
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Que se joda la logica, would be more appropriate.
#94 to #44 - hairibar
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That was funny, but it'd actually be something like a la mierda la lógica
User avatar #121 to #94 - thewalruss
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I know, I'm mexican, I speak spanish. I just wanted to be literal.
#130 to #121 - hairibar
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Pero no tiene sentido, eso sería logic *****
User avatar #139 to #130 - thewalruss
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What? No... **** is the verb and logic the object. **** means joder (for the spaniards) or coger for the mexicans. Logic, la lógica.
#42 - sovietghost
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Maybe she called him
User avatar #54 to #42 - lemonlord
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The phone would remember the number, all he would have to do is save it.
User avatar #83 to #54 - penileburglar
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*Sigh* Kids these days... Assuming everything was always as convenient as it is now.
#123 to #83 - anon id: ec658dc7
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Hur dur people disagree with this guy hur dur he must be a kid.
Oh you have a popular opinion you must be a well adjusted adult that's why you spend all day on the net needing the validation of strangers right?

**** UP AND GET OFF YOUR HIGH HORSE FAGGOT.
#136 to #123 - lemonlord
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Damn anon clam down.
#191 to #123 - penileburglar
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Wow... That would have been a great insult if it weren't completely irrelevant. It wasn't 'oh he's wrong, he must be a kid' it was 'to be young enough not to remember the time before caller ID and recent call / contact lists,, he must be a kid.'
User avatar #246 to #191 - lemonlord
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It's not that, it's more the fact I only had my first phone when I was 16. (see comment below) and that could do it.
User avatar #254 to #246 - penileburglar
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...And when you got a phone is relevant... how? Point being, you have to be pretty damn young not to remember the days when caller ID wasn't available (and where it was available, it wasn't free.) That or so ridiculously sheltered growing up that you literally weren't exposed to how phones worked until you got your own.
User avatar #255 to #254 - lemonlord
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"you have to be pretty damn young not to remember the days when caller ID wasn't available" Now you're just talking out your ass that's like saying I must be blind because I can't see in the dark. I never bothered with cell phones nor cared to learn about them because I had no use for that information and I would't say sheltered just lack of people having them, only rich people had them were I grew up and none of them went to a public school. So I pretty much only figured out how they work when I was 16 when I got my first one because that's when I needed to know.
(fyi I'm talking about cell phones not house phones I know they didn't have the display back then)
User avatar #257 to #255 - penileburglar
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...If you never bothered with them or cared to learn about them, why would you simply *assume* that they've always had the same features that they have today? That's even worse than if you're just too young to know better. The fact that you pay no attention to the world around you until it slaps you in the face is not something you should be *proud* to admit, and any grown adult should at least have the common sense to realize that technology hasn't always been as advanced as it is today (especially if you *know* that house phones didn't have such a feature originally, either.)
User avatar #258 to #257 - lemonlord
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It's like you don't even read my comments, I didn't say I thought all cell phones had that feature I said (if you read my comments at all) that it looks like a phone I had and that could do it, I assumed because it looks like the phone I had and it had that feature and why assume I didn't "pay no attention to the world around you" because I didn't pay attention to one device I had no need of but hell ask me about something like game consoles I've pretty much owned all of them.
User avatar #260 to #258 - penileburglar
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>Was too poor for a cell phone

>Has owned every game console

Glad to know your priorities were in order.

And you never said anything about a similar phone to me. All your comment said was 'the phone would remember his number, all he would have to do is save it.' Now that you say that, I see that you mentioned it in a different conversation entirely, and it doesn't appear to be much other than backpedaling.

And, again, you shouldn't be proud that you were 16 before you paid attention to how cell-phones worked worked but can name every game console in existence. At this point, it would all be a lot less sad if you actually *had* just been a kid.
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User avatar #261 to #259 - lemonlord
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I did tell you look at my comment below, not displaying pride your just assuming that I'm just explaining to you my circumstances as to why I thought what I did you're the one who seems to have the problem with it and for someone getting pissy over me making an assumption but make a ******* lot of stupid ones yourself. and again assuming I paid for those consoles I said I've owned most of them didn't say I bought them nor did I say at the same time, (dad got most of them from his work for free because they were 'broken') in any case its clear you know **** all about were I grew up phones cost almost double that of pretty much any console aside form 360 onwards.
it would all be a lot less sad if you actually *had* just been a kid
you don't seem know what a ******* hypocrite is how bout get off your pc and go outside once in awhile instead of being a 'badas' adult on the internet and pay attention to the out side world instead of giving a crap about what gadget will make your life easier you lazy piece of ****.

I'm done with this conversation you're boring me now Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
#262 to #261 - penileburglar
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You're getting awfully angry and defensive; I do like how you happen to have the *exact* phone in the picture when it's convenient to saving face, and your dad just *happens* to have some mysterious job that you apparently can't name, but that gives him free consoles.

I think it's safe to say I'm doing a lot more than 'boring you' when you go from well-composed posts to insult-filled, badly-spelled walls of texts. You have a very merry Christmas as well; maybe Santa will bring you some humility and next time you can just admit to being wrong instead of resorting to insults and the ol' "I'm bored now, not talking to you anymore" (Which, by the way, don't work well together--pick one or the other. Either you're getting angry or you're getting bored.)

GeeGee!
User avatar #263 to #262 - lemonlord
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Maybe you should spend less time learning about materialistic items to look cool and have you parents sit you down and explain how not to be a hypocritical dumb-ass.

#264 to #263 - penileburglar
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Hmm? What's that? I believe you said that I bored you, and that you were done with this conversation. That looks an awful lot like more of this conversation...
User avatar #265 to #264 - lemonlord
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You are but I'm on a train for another 4 hours I can't play games on this ****** connection and you're less boring than this train ride.
#266 to #265 - penileburglar
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Mmhmm. Sure. Another *convenient* answer to allow you to backpedal your earlier statement.

Or, y'know, it could just be you're butthurt and your pride won't let you fail to respond.
User avatar #267 to #266 - lemonlord
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You say I'm trying to save face when I've already admitted to that other guy I'm wrong.
'My pride' pfhahahhaha If you have pride while you argue on the internet you're the on who's lead a sheltered life my friend.
so what exactly then what makes you keep replying anyway? you've already convinced yourself you've won.
#268 to #267 - penileburglar
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There's a difference between admitting you're wrong and coming up with excuses for being wrong.  Making up a bunch of stuff (from 'I had a phone just like that' to 'my dad got free consoles' to 'I'm stuck on a train and can't play games') in order to excuse your mistakes and mis-statements is different from just admitting them.   
   
My goal was never to win.  Seeing kids on the internet get mad and making things up just to cover their own mistakes makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside.  'Winning' an argument on the internet is pointless; I can't cure stupid.  If I could, I'd be much richer by now.
There's a difference between admitting you're wrong and coming up with excuses for being wrong. Making up a bunch of stuff (from 'I had a phone just like that' to 'my dad got free consoles' to 'I'm stuck on a train and can't play games') in order to excuse your mistakes and mis-statements is different from just admitting them.

My goal was never to win. Seeing kids on the internet get mad and making things up just to cover their own mistakes makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. 'Winning' an argument on the internet is pointless; I can't cure stupid. If I could, I'd be much richer by now.
#269 to #268 - lemonlord
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your dick is so far in that high horse if you pulled out now you'd be named the next king Arthur.

At this point I can say just about anything you don't actually seem to read what I'm saying, I mean you're literally constantly miss reading what I've said so.
My tiny nipples went to France, I do the cha-cha like a little girl agsdhcghaikdhgafdvgkbhfasgjhjk

Enjoy your Christmas you filthy animal.
User avatar #68 to #54 - QuestionMarks
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I used to have a phone like that and it never had all display
User avatar #128 to #68 - lemonlord
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You sure? I had an old Motorola that looks similar and that could do it and that was a model from 2001.
User avatar #253 to #128 - QuestionMarks
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unless you paid your phone service provider for call display you didn't get it

or bought a serparate call displayer
User avatar #256 to #253 - lemonlord
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Ah fair enough I guess my phone was new enough to have that feature.
thanks for the information.
User avatar #57 to #54 - iamnotgoodwithname
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those phones look kinda old, not sure if that technology existed yet
User avatar #4 - should
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what if like, he called her home phone, then asked for her cell number
User avatar #43 to #4 - garentei
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Then it would be ''cellular'' and not ''teléfono''.
User avatar #45 to #43 - icedcarbon
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A "cellular" is still a telephone.
User avatar #46 to #45 - garentei
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If you ask someone to give you their ''número de teléfono'' 99% of the of the time give you their home phone, if you wanted their cellphone number you would say ''número de teléfono cellular'' or ''número de tu cellular''.
User avatar #47 to #46 - icedcarbon
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99% of the time those people are not in Europe... I dunno if they say "cellular" in spain, but I know spanish people and they never misunderstood when a guy says "phone".
User avatar #50 to #47 - garentei
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Well yeah, it depends on the country, I don't know what they ''cellphones'' in Spain but ''teléfono'' usually means ''home phone'' if you use the word by itself, I dunno.
User avatar #51 to #50 - garentei
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what they call* ''cellphones'' in Spain.
User avatar #69 to #4 - sukezanebaro
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It doesn't matter.
In Spain, we say: "¿Cuál es tu número?"
And we got the mobile number.
If we want the home phone, we say: "¿Cuál es tu fijo?"
#38 - adolfsatan
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I am spaniard myself and I'm going to traduce this for you guys. Here we go:   
   
- Carlos: ey thur baybay want sum fuk tnight   
- Eva: shut up phaget ur homo lol
I am spaniard myself and I'm going to traduce this for you guys. Here we go:

- Carlos: ey thur baybay want sum fuk tnight
- Eva: shut up phaget ur homo lol
#58 to #38 - ihateemo
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adolf and satan are disappointed in you

User avatar #59 to #38 - mexicandudeinsd
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no tio vale
#76 to #38 - kodac
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#95 to #38 - captainpatters
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User avatar #99 to #38 - absolyst
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Pues, trataste...
User avatar #109 to #99 - thebestpieever
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How in the name of mother ******** Christ does that "Well, you tried" sounds like the hottest pick up line of all time.
User avatar #112 to #109 - absolyst
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...I'm sorry, could you rephrase your comment? I couldn't really understand it.
User avatar #113 to #112 - thebestpieever
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Nevermind.
Friendzoned again, I'll go wash my fedora hat.
User avatar #196 to #38 - viperish
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Why would you even.
#199 to #38 - anon id: 24495339
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intelligent humor
User avatar #200 to #38 - furiousmarshmellow
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Eso no fue gracioso en lo más mínimo. Por favor, desaparecer de la faz de la Tierra.
#238 to #38 - tamnguyen
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#243 to #38 - anon id: cbc564a9
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The guy said, "What is your number from telephone?" I don't really know if it's from, maybe it's ******* on
Then the bitch says, "Is (numbers)" My Spanish class told me es is "is"
#245 to #38 - fuhardnamesucks
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User avatar #62 to #38 - leprechaunne
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Well I thought it was funny
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#188 to #38 - garymotherfingoak
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User avatar #86 to #38 - rockamekishiko
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por eso nadie quiere a los españoles
#41 to #38 - garentei
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#107 - hurleyy
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In my spanish 1 textbook
couldnt find actual book but found online flashcards
#231 to #107 - scotlandhome
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There's always one ******* kid in those SPI books in a wheelchair...   
 First day of class in highschool, me and my friends would race to find it first. [spoiler]  I still play it in college [/spoiler]  Spanish is my minor
There's always one ******* kid in those SPI books in a wheelchair...
First day of class in highschool, me and my friends would race to find it first. [spoiler] I still play it in college [/spoiler] Spanish is my minor
User avatar #232 to #231 - scotlandhome
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And i couldn't figure out multiple spoilers either
#35 - juha
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*****, que acaba de ir por completo retardado
User avatar #53 to #35 - nazo
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Esa es la peor traducción al español que eh visto en mi vida tronco.
#55 to #53 - juha
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OK OK
I don't even speak spanish, I just used google translate
#67 to #55 - anon id: cc4eebef
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Se nota...
User avatar #92 to #55 - higitusfigitus
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Nunca se podía verlo.
User avatar #110 to #92 - thebestpieever
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... That's also horribly translated.
#168 to #53 - ultimatefusion
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He visto peores, muchos peores que esto.
#96 to #53 - hairibar
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Joder que sí
User avatar #37 to #35 - anusholeboner
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That is the most broken spanish I've ever seen.
User avatar #249 to #37 - froller
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pretty sure he used google translate for that
User avatar #239 to #37 - tamnguyen
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google translate?
User avatar #39 to #37 - smartasshobo
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It's Portuguese *****.
User avatar #77 to #39 - disies
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Obviously, you don't know what portuguese is
User avatar #197 to #77 - viperish
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Does anyone, really.
User avatar #207 to #197 - trivdiego
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woah man
User avatar #252 to #197 - disies
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I do, I'm not fro the USA, I'm from Venezuela, unfortunately...So I'm next to Brazil,and you can see a portugueses or a brazilian around
User avatar #251 to #77 - smartasshobo
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****..... I rellay thought that was in portuguese since I'm brazilian.

And now I'm negative in thumbs, ******* hue.
#153 - josieabby
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(12/21/2013) [-]
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User avatar #219 to #153 - Tirex
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(12/22/2013) [-]
Holy ****, you got accepted to Spanish Hogwarts?
#176 to #153 - reallyoldfag
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#189 to #176 - josieabby
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(12/22/2013) [-]
So...   
Can I get it?
So...
Can I get it?
User avatar #149 - youarenotspecial
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(12/21/2013) [-]
What if she called him?