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Old March 24, 2009, 05:31 PM
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Okay, I'm pretty sure I get the idea, but these are words I've never seen before:

"...y es de las morras de la secu 23."

"pero el líder de los sexmolcajetes punk"

I'm guessing the girl he met is around 23 years old in the first line.
The second line: Is there a band called "Sexmolcajetes Punk"?
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"...y es de las morras de la secu 23."

"morra" = "girl"

"secu" = "secundaria" = secondary school (kids are between 12 and 15 years old)

Public secondary schools in Mexico have a number (in the order they've been opened in every state). This is secondary school number 23.


"Sexmolcajetes Punk" could be a gang or a band that is only known in a small region.
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Thanks Angelica, I guess I wasn't as close as I thought.
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Thanks Angelica, I guess I wasn't as close as I thought.
Angelica:

Como se dice "te veo mañana" en ingles?
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"...y es de las morras de la secu 23."

"morra" = "girl"

"secu" = "secundaria" = secondary school (kids are between 12 and 15 years old)

Public secondary schools in Mexico have a number (in the order they've been opened in every state). This is secondary school number 23.


"Sexmolcajetes Punk" could be a gang or a band that is only known in a small region.
I have opinion above your questions.

Morra is a usage or something used between the guys of the school.

Therefore the word morra isn't correct cite it.

You can use other way to say the same in my country as Chico or chica they are more correct in the mention. I can recommending you that you can quote them.
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Old March 25, 2009, 12:27 PM
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@Crotalito: "morra" is a common word for "girl" at the North of the country, and its usage is gaining popularity as "gruperos" are becomeing more successful. I'm not the one who wrote those lyrics anyway, so it's not a matter of "correctness".


@Hernán: I cannot know, but I can say "a'i nos vidrios" in Mexican slang.
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@Crotalito: "morra" is a common word for "girl" at the North of the country, and its usage is gaining popularity as "gruperos" are becomeing more successful. I'm not the one who wrote those lyrics anyway, so it's not a matter of "correctness".


@Hernán: I cannot know, but I can say "a'i nos vidrios" in Mexican slang.
Aha! you kknow!

con doble k porque sabes mucho

Ok,

Crotalito, como se dice "te veo mañana" en ingles?


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Aha! you kknow!

con doble k porque sabes mucho

Ok,

Crotalito, como se dice "te veo mañana" en ingles?




I see you tomorrow?


I don't know.

How?

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@Crotalito: "morra" is a common word for "girl" at the North of the country, and its usage is gaining popularity as "gruperos" are becomeing more successful. I'm not the one who wrote those lyrics anyway, so it's not a matter of "correctness".


@Hernán: I cannot know, but I can say "a'i nos vidrios" in Mexican slang.
Oye morrita pk simplemente nos nos dices morros jejeje.

Ha verdad.
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I will see you tomorrow?

Excellent!

Y como se dice en Ingles "Te veo mañanita?"

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@Crotalito: yo no tengo por qué usar las palabras de otras personas. La pregunta era qué significaba un "verso" y eso fue lo que respondí. También dije en qué contexto se usa.
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