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Old July 22, 2009, 01:42 AM
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Arrow El que venga detrás que arree

significa que el que venga detrás , despues, el que ocupe mi lugar, o mi puesto de trabajo, se las apañe con lo que le dejo sin hacer, bien porque no he terminado mi trabajo o porque lo he echo mal. IN ENGLISH PLEASE?
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well, the saying goes like this :
I live it like that, el que venga detrás que arree, meaning it´s the next to come problem.
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I think it means, "let the next guy clean it up."

Or, "It's the next guy's problem."

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After me the deluge could be a good one.
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El que venga detrás, que arreé.
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Old July 24, 2009, 01:39 AM
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It´s the one coming next who has to figure out how to solve the problem.
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