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Apestas más que una abubilla "matá" a escobazos


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Old July 12, 2011, 06:25 PM
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Apestas más que una abubilla "matá" a escobazos

Hi friends .

This is one of the many funny sentences I've heard here in Seville.

Abubilla is a bird that stinks very bad ( specially its nest ).

Matá a escobazos means " killed by broom strokes" or something like that

Is there anything in English than can be used inthe same way ??

Thanks and hope you found it funny
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A common one in English:
Who cut the cheese?
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A common one in English:
Who cut the cheese?
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Old July 13, 2011, 06:51 AM
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No creo que se trate de olores de idéntica procedencia.
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