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Old July 17, 2009, 03:53 PM
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Arrow Parece como tonto pero sin el como

in English?
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Is this just a creative way of calling someone "tonto", or does it have some other figurative meaning?
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Old July 17, 2009, 04:47 PM
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Pienso que ese dicho signfica "llamar alguien un tonto sin directamente decirlo"

Es muy dicho muy ironico
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<eso es sería algo como, He is like an idiot but without the like.
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no creative ideas in English ?
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Se diría una frase, la cual significa lo contrario, pero con sarcástico en el voz.

Juan your the smartest person ever! (sarcásticamente) Se entiende eso como un insulto

no puedo pensar de un dicho como el ejemplo
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He seems more than a liitle stupid.
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Hahhahahhaha. Funny
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He seems very smart.............. NOT!
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