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Old August 24, 2012, 10:48 PM
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Eso sólo lo dice Homero Simpson, pero suena lindísimo. =)
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Los que he oído por ahí:
Iguanas ranas
Trato hecho
¡Váyalo!
No tienes que jurarlo
¡Juega!
Igual Pascual

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Nunca había oído "váyalo". Suena curioso.

Por cierto, Glen, "Iguanas ranas" e "igual Pascual" (que tampoco había oído antes), son para decir algo como "lo mismo para ti"; es más bien diferente de "está bien".


--Que tengas buen día.
--Gracias, iguanas ranas. / Tú también. / Igual tú.


--Cuídate.
--Iguanas ranas. / Tú también. / Igual tú.



--Me llamas más tarde.
--Sí, Ok. / 'Tá bien.


En cuanto a "no tienes que jurarlo", tampoco me parece que tenga el mismo significado. ¿Podrías dar algún ejemplo de cómo lo has escuchado?
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Bueno, Váyalo y No tienes que jurarlo me vinieron de una colombiana a quien conozco. Dizque se usan en Venezuela también.
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Váyase lo uno por lo otro.
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