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Old October 29, 2009, 03:16 PM
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Ayuda con frases ...

Hola.

Mi esposo quiere que (to tear into him, 'attack' him, 'scold' him - I don't know the idiom) en español, except yo no tenga idea que decir.

Yo no soy una persona que se.
Sin embargo, quiero hágalo por él.

Any ideas?
I am looking for phrases that I can string together to turn into a 'rant' of sorts that I can yell at him in public ... like "You are such a child" and I guess mad phrases and ridicule and funny stuff.

Any ayuda es muchos appreciated!
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Old October 29, 2009, 04:27 PM
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I have a good idea about question.

I like speaking about it in this way, Eres igual que un niño, no me comprometas.

I have the remote idea about the you are asking us, if you need something word in special, please you should give us more ideas about, because really I didn't understand what are you asking us.
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Old October 30, 2009, 03:00 AM
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¿Por qué quieres atacar a tu marido en público? Yo siempre hablo bien de mi marido en público... (en casa no tanto ). Pero mi marido es perfecto, no tiene fallos
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Old October 30, 2009, 03:58 AM
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¿Por qué quieres atacar a tu marido en público? Yo siempre hablo bien de mi marido en público... (en casa no tanto ). Pero mi marido es perfecto, no tiene fallos
Yo también soy perfecto, pero a veces en casa mi mujer no se da cuenta.
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Old October 30, 2009, 09:33 AM
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I don't want to attack him in public!! He wants me to! He is absolutely fantastic - cooks, helps around the house, he's great ... I have zero complaints about him. Which is why it is so hard I guess.

Here, I have another site I am on (not a Spanish site) where I was talking about it and posted a question - maybe if I put it on here it will be more clear what I want?

"I'm learning Spanish, and my husband thinks it would be totally hot if I could b!tch him out in Spanish - like totally tear a strip out of him. Doing the whole snapping fingers fast talking mad Spanish woman thing. Thing is, I've got nothing to b!tch at him about - he won't tell me what he wants me to say because that 'ruins' it. So far I can tell him he is really picky and that he acts like a child ... I have no idea what to say! It has to be sort of funny and things I can say in public."

I did receive one reply that I have NO idea what the guy is saying - perhaps someone can help me with it? I tried to translate it and it confused me:

"O.K. I AM GOING TO HELP YOU A LITTLE , SAID TO HIM, TU ERES UN MANDILON, PARECES UN NIÑO, OYE TU MANDILON VEN AQUI, BOLUDO, AYUDA-ME CON LOS NIÑOS, ERES UN BRUTO, VEN AQUI LAVA LOS TRASTES, ANDALE, TIENDE LAS CAMAS, WEY, NO TE ME DUERMAS, SIGUELE, ANDALE, ARRIBA , VEN AQUI??' O.K. BYE Y MUCHA SUERTE." (Left it exactly as he wrote it)
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¿Por qué quieres atacar a tu marido en público? Yo siempre hablo bien de mi marido en público... (en casa no tanto ). Pero mi marido es perfecto, no tiene fallos
Huy...


Your husband is very lucky in having you.

I'd like that someone speaks about me of that way.

And only it does m wife thank to lord god.
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Huy...


Your husband is very lucky in having you.

I'd like that someone speaks about me of that way.

And only it does m wife thank to lord god.
But if your wife does, you mustn't complain

ChicadeJeep, the sentences you wrote are used in Latin America. Maybe you prefer sentences from there than Spanish ones. Anyway, I can't think about any sentence like this. No, I prefer another ones

Perikles, tu frase en español es correcta . Tú no lo sé, eso lo sabrá tu mujer, que las mujeres de esas cosas entendemos mucho
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ChicadeJeep, the sentences you wrote are used in Latin America. Maybe you prefer sentences from there than Spanish ones. Anyway, I can't think about any sentence like this. No, I prefer another ones
No - I prefer Spanish sentences. I wondered about those ones when I could not understand what he was trying to say. Perhaps, instead of berating my husband for nothing, I could get nice loving sentences to yell at him? He would not know the difference as they would be in Spanish and I would not be saying untrue things as he is a wonderful husband.

Any ideas for sentences in Spanish that are nice and loving but don't sound mushy lovey??
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Any ideas for sentences in Spanish that are nice and loving but don't sound mushy lovey??
You could look here, where you can hear them too!
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But if your wife does, you mustn't complain

ChicadeJeep, the sentences you wrote are used in Latin America. Maybe you prefer sentences from there than Spanish ones. Anyway, I can't think about any sentence like this. No, I prefer another ones

Perikles, tu frase en español es correcta . Tú no lo sé, eso lo sabrá tu mujer, que las mujeres de esas cosas entendemos mucho
Yes, I guess that you are right!
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