¿Te enamoraste de un pendejo?

 

Profanity in Spanish, by zen

Profanity in Spanish, by zen

And of course, we all swear differently in Spanish, depending on where we are from. Pendejo in Argentina means: stupid. In Spain we say: gilipollas, and so forth.

In this video, can you pick out the swear words they use? Can you find out what they mean in the context? Pretty sure you can.

Enjoy!

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2 Responses to ¿Te enamoraste de un pendejo?

  1. HUGO SCHMITT says:

    In Argentina pendejo means “pubic hair” or also “very young” or “kids”. In Mejico means “stupid”.

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