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La verdad es que con la tele se aprende un huevo


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Old February 17, 2017, 07:35 AM
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We use locally "se aprende una bocha" more, roundish as an egg but it includes some notion of weight, like a bowling ball. For the negative way we prefer similar constructions like that giving origin to putanesca as the name of a sauce, when not referring to failing forms of intimacy.

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