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MÁS BLANCO QUE POTO DE MONJA | Literal translation: Whiter than a nun’s butt. Meaning: Pale white. #SpanishSayings #Chile

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MÁS BLANCO QUE POTO DE MONJA | Literal translation: Whiter than a nun’s butt. Meaning: Pale white. #SpanishSayings #Chile

Más inútil que cenicero de moto | Literal translation: More useless than a motorcycle’s ashtray. Meaning: Someone or something useless. #SpanishSayings

“Más… que…” Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

Más inútil que cenicero de moto | Literal translation: More useless than a motorcycle’s ashtray. Meaning: Someone or something useless. #SpanishSayings

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VENDERLE HASTA UNA NEVERA A UN ESQUIMAL

The Spanish phrases or sayings "estar en pelotas" or "estar en bolas" are two ways to colloquially express being naked. #SpanishSayings

ESTAR EN PELOTAS: Meaning and Illustration of This Colloquial Spanish Phrase

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Más jincho que nalga de monja | Literal translation: Paler than a nun’s butt cheek. Meaning: Extremely white or pale. #SpanishSayings #PuertoRico

25 Goofy Spanish Similes with the Word NUN

Más jincho que nalga de monja | Literal translation: Paler than a nun’s butt cheek. Meaning: Extremely white or pale. #SpanishSayings #PuertoRico

A CALZÓN QUITADO: Idiomatic #Spanish Slang Expression | A cartoon illustration shows you the meaning and usage of the Spanish slang expression A CALZÓN QUITADO; sometimes pronounced A CALZÓN QUITAO. #LearnSpanish #Modismos #Idioms via http://www.speakinglatino.com/a-calzon-quitado-idiomatic-spanish-slang-expression/

A CALZÓN QUITADO: Idiomatic Spanish Slang Expression

A CALZÓN QUITADO: Idiomatic #Spanish Slang Expression | A cartoon illustration shows you the meaning and usage of the Spanish slang expression A CALZÓN QUITADO; sometimes pronounced A CALZÓN QUITAO. #LearnSpanish #Modismos #Idioms via http://www.speakinglatino.com/a-calzon-quitado-idiomatic-spanish-slang-expression/

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Más transpirado que calcetín de cartero | Literal translation: Sweatier than a postman’s sock. Meaning: Extremely sweaty. #SpanishSayings #Chile

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Más transpirado que calcetín de cartero | Literal translation: Sweatier than a postman’s sock. Meaning: Extremely sweaty. #SpanishSayings #Chile

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