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68491 Ric : maybe as slang yes
68492 jdawg78 : I know -farsa- can also be a filling.
68493 jdawg78 : hacemos la farca para la tarta...
68494 Ric : we have the expression "ser de chiste", like something is a joke
68495 jdawg78 : farsa-
68496 jdawg78 : I think chiste in relation to gastronomy might be more of a mexican thing then.
68497 Ric : that must be some local slang from somewhere yes
68498 Ric : I know your Spanish is great but just in case, remember this: Play a joke on somebody translates as "gastar a alguien una broma"
68499 Ric : tell somebody a joke" = Contar un chiste a alguien
68500 Ric : to be joking = estar de broma
68501 Ric : or bromeando
68502 Edward II : Dawg :D
68503 Ric : that's standard Spanish
68504 jdawg78 : Yeah, I get the difference between chiste y broma.
68505 Edward II : Rickete guapete :D
68506 jdawg78 : Hola Eo-Da-Do!
68507 Ric : ‹@Edward II› que tal guapete
68509 jdawg78 : I was just watching this thing where mexican people try americanized versions of mexican food.
68510 Edward II : Bien gibo :D vos?
68511 jdawg78 : And this lady says -no me gusta, no tiene chiste-
68512 Ric : ‹@Edward II› bien tambien guapo, gracias
68513 jdawg78 : But the subtitle said -I'm not amused.-
68514 Ric : hmm no, I don't think that's a good translation
68515 jdawg78 : I don't think the test was fair either.
68516 Ric : I think she was saying the food was rather bland
68517 jdawg78 : It's like -Here try the american taco- and they get basic drive through tacos.
68518 Edward II : No ? Puede ser un 'no me hace gracia, no tiene chiste
68519 jdawg78 : Like if I went to Spain to try the Spains version of the hamburger. And they go to McDonalds.
68520 jdawg78 : I think in Mexico chiste is something of a food term too. Like maybe it means filling.
68521 panpeter : Hello to all
68522 jdawg78 : Like -no tiene chiste este rollo.-
68523 panpeter : How are things?
68524 jdawg78 : Similar to -no tiene farsa el pay.-
68525 Edward II : Habra que preguntarle al zorro canijo xD
68527 Edward II : Pedro bread hi
68528 Ric : I think "no tener chiste" must be slang for "no tener chispa" or "no tener gracia"
68529 Ric : as in "dull" or "bland"
68530 jdawg78 : Hola PanPedro!
68531 panpeter : Hello King Edwar the second
68532 Edward II : Jajaja hi
68533 panpeter : Hola jdawg
68534 Ric : I could be wrong though, double check with a mexican
68535 Ric : sometimes slang varies depending on the context
68536 jdawg78 : I've been studying Japanese lately but I still want to keep my Spanish sharp.
68538 Ric : with your level, practising every now and then is more than enough
68539 Edward II : Ur spanish is awesome justino
68540 jdawg78 : ¿Qué?
68541 jdawg78 : jejeje...
68542 jdawg78 : Oh, Your---
68543 jdawg78 : jejeje...
68544 Edward II : T olvidaste del english xD
68545 jdawg78 : I did learn something about Japanese culture. When they tell you that your Japenese is really good,.
68546 Ric : I'm learning french on the side too and I watch hundreds of videos on Youtube just to pick up new words and phrases
68547 jdawg78 : It means that it's not.
68548 Evag : Hola...Hello
68549 Edward II : Your're :P
68550 jdawg78 : Very unconfrontational.
68551 jdawg78 : If you don't like someone, it's better to say -I don't dislike you.-
68552 Edward II : Hi evag
68553 Evag : Hi edward
68554 Ric : the japanese are usually very peaceful people
68555 panpeter : Hello Evag
68556 Ric : so it doesn't strike me as surprising
68557 jdawg78 : I would say passive aggressive.
68558 panpeter : Hola Evag. ¿Qué tal va tu día?
68559 Evag : Hi Panpeter
68560 jdawg78 : agresivo pasivo.
68561 Ric : I've seen a lot coming over to learn Flamenco
68562 Edward II : Bueno me fui (:
68563 Ric : and never ever have I seen one fighting
68564 Evag : muy bien .!!!
68565 Ric : or arguing with anyone
68566 Evag : y tu?
68567 panpeter : Me alegro por ti, Evag!!
68568 jdawg78 : I got up so early today.
68569 panpeter : Yo estoy genial. Sentado en el sofá, jajjaja
68570 jdawg78 : It may not seem early to you. But for me it's the equivalent of getting up at dawn.
68571 jdawg78 : I woke up at 10am!
68573 Ric : Jd lol
68574 Ric : I get up at 8 am every day
68575 panpeter : Evag: what part of the world you type?
68576 Ric : even on my days off, I woke up early
68577 Evag : ok... i m Greek but i live in Spain
68578 Evag : the last 5 years
68579 Ric : ‹@Evag› whereabouts
68580 Evag : Costa Brava between Girona and Barcelona
68581 jdawg78 : I usually get up between 1 and 2 pm.
68582 panpeter : So, you manage very well in my language. I am spaniard. And in English and in greek. Lucky you!!!
68583 Ric : ‹@Evag› nice place
68584 Evag : What about you panpeter
68585 Evag : thank you Ric
68586 Doggy : jdawg can sleep all day since they started serving breakfast all day at McD
68587 panpeter : I live in Cantabria, in the north of Spain.
68588 Evag : have you ever been ric?
68589 Doggy : argh i woke up at 2:30
68590 Ric : ‹@Evag› many a time
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