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    i have a friend who was going out with a puertorican guy. she asked me for an easy and useful phrase to add to their conversation. i obliged.
    so there they were, having a dinner together.
    he askes: do you want anything else?
    she says: si, papi, montame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda View Post
    I had a pm from someone who said she had no idea that suape meant to have sex. Would love to see her boyfriends face when she asks him if he wants a mop that night!

    matilda
    Wahahahaha....love it. Even though I guess she could say "Suapeame papi..." or "Papi dame suape..." and I'm sure the guy would get what she wants.

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    I thought you were talking about "Singar" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainman33 View Post
    I thought you were talking about "Singar" ?
    Or rrapar

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    To get back on track here is new blog post about latest trauma of barrio living!

    What about your saucepans?: A frustrating week

    Matilda

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    U is for UASD, as suggested.

    What about your saucepans?: U is for UASD

    Ideas for letter V please

    Matilda

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    V is a toughie.....

    How about a little lesson in the V/B pronunciation, i.e. "B como burro o V como vaca??" Also a problem with their spelling too.
    Villa 'anyplace' or Villas in general
    Valverde?
    Verguenza?? or more appropriately "sin verguenza"


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    I have been interviewed by Expat Focus about life in the DR, and about the blog, so now is your chance to see Matilda in the flesh so as to speak. Got a good plug in the interview for DR1 too. I hope you enjoy it, and I still need ideas for letter V please.

    What about your saucepans?: The face and voice behind the blogger

    Matilda

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    Stunning interview, Mat, and truly professional.

    Congratulations and well done!

    Moderator DR1.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda View Post
    U is for UASD, as suggested.

    What about your saucepans?: U is for UASD

    Ideas for letter V please

    Matilda

    Hmmmmm, what about 'viralatas'?

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