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Old December 29, 2009, 04:55 AM
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I actually managed to understand it . The key word is escritorio, not cajón. Presumably he said escrotorio, which might be a place for storing your escroto . I'll leave you to look that word up. Mind you, if this is correct, he actually used three "o´s"
Jajaja había pensado que la palabra en cuestión fue cajón . Gracias para encender la luz!
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Old December 29, 2009, 04:57 AM
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Its worth it to mention que you have to be careful with the vocals, a friend of mine told me that an english college was going to buy a desk y had the salesperson rolling on the floor laughing because he used two "o´s"
It's worth mentioning that you have to be careful with the vowels; a friend told me about an English colleague who went to buy a desk and had the sales assistant dying from laughter because he used two 'o's.

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También etimología de la frase "tienes cajones".
You're making the opposite mistake to the aforementioned desk shopper. Cajón != cojón.
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It's worth mentioning that you have to be careful with the vowels; a friend told me about an English colleague who went to buy a desk and had the sales assistant dying from laughter because he used two 'o's.


You're making the opposite mistake to the aforementioned desk shopper. Cajón != cojón.
¡Qué irónico!

Gracias por corregirme con las palabras colega y volcales
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También etimología de la frase "tienes cajones". Unas de las primeras palabras que jóvenes que no hablan español aprenden. Es una tipa de palabra que toda la gente entiende
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You're making the opposite mistake to the aforementioned desk shopper. Cajón != cojón.
Okay - I was wondering the same thing!! Now I get it! haha!!!
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