Monday, June 25, 2012
Amorcito Corazón Discussion: Week of 6/25/12 (Capítulos 24-33)
Today's episode was brought to you by the phrase "salir con su domingo siete" (to get knocked up; Many thanks for Julia for pointing out this saying. They said it a lot today!)
The Main Events:
- Doris barges into Isa's office and announces she's pregnant...and she has the lab results to prove it!
- Fernando, being the intelligent galán that he is (excluding the Poncho business), finds it mighty interesting that Doris makes this announcement right when things are heating up with Isa. He drags Doris to a clinic and demands a blood test. Doris talks him into a urine test, too. Fernando is super smart and even tries to stop Doris from taking her purse into the bathroom!
- Alas, it is all for naught. Doris fakes a dizzy spell and gets herself alone with the lab tech/nurse and bribes her into faking the blood test. So Fernando now believes Doris is pregnant (though he still can't figure out how since both of them were careful.)
- Luckily, Fernando refuses to marry Doris. In anger, Doris calls the 3 Marías and blabs. They are inconsolable. So is Isa. Poor Fernando, he hitched his wagon to a crazy donkey.
- Doris is officially off my list of likable characters.
- Guillerma (novia de Leopoldo) hires a PI.
- Snorty offers to pay Suzy for info on Fernando. Suzy declines the offer, but an eavesdropping Poncho overhears and takes her up on her offer.
- Mauricio Rossi is actually the son of a friend of Beba and Snorty. He's from a fine family...so of course the older ladies are trying to fix him up with Marisol. I don't think he's cute at all.
- Felipe and Cecilio are somehow involved (or trying to avoid being involved) with one César Lopez Mendoza (?) A mobster I assume. Feel free to fill in/correct me/chortle at my inability to understand Felipe and Cecilio.
- Álvaro buys a car for Zoe.
- Felipe gets into a fight with Álvaro.
- Cecilio gets a phone call from his "estúpida suicida", but it turns out not to be her.
- Jazmin La Embarazada gets thrown out of her house (by her dad?)
- Willy visits Snorty. She twists her ankle. Foot/Leg porn.
- Lala called home. I didn't catch most of what she was saying (at that point it was almost time to feed the cats and I had 4 of them staring at me)...was it just more about the expensive medicine for Tutuqueque?
- I love that Sarita and Minerva are friends.
- Zoe and Isa get hammered.
- Fernando tries to make his case. Isa cries. They kiss. Diego still needs to work on it.
- Marisol said "no puede ser"
- Willy teased us all by needing to hide. Unfortunately for me he hid behind some curtains and out on the ledge. No bathrooms or closets.
- Also, we had a scene a while back when the friends of Willy went on and on and gushed over the Willymóvil after they won the bet. I say that counts as "obvious product placement."
(Well, today I'm not liking Doris.)
A great scene with Horty was when Poncho was trying to tell her about his pranks at the office and how Isa is his novia. She laughed in his face when he compared himself with Fer. So she clearly knows her SIL has good traits.
And Sara you are right Mauricio is not guapo.
The phone conversation was that Tuqueque's medicine seems to be helping, and then mama said with all the expenses (of the hospital and death stuff) Juancho was pretty much out of money, so Willy G was going to send her more money.
Ugh, Doris. Just super ugh. What a piece of work. Why would she want to be married to a guy who can't stand her? I never understand these characters. I did love the sideways looks the nurses were giving her when she was fighting with Fernando at the clinic. Why do Isa and Fernando not believe that even if Doris were pregnant, the father couldn't be anyone else? Nothing about her says pure and honest.
I read your summary before I watched the show and thought you were exaggerating about the foot and leg porn. NO. That surely wasn't family-rated. Willy G's reaction to the moaning was pretty funny. One thing I really love about this show is the attention to detail in little facial expressions. Poncho had some great reactions to Doris also.
I don't see Mauricio's charm either. He seems a bit knuckle-draggy.
Julia-Thanks for the clear up. I hope Juancho comes back soon. I fear Marisol will end up with Mauickio for a while.
Also, the leg/foot porn was definitely not family fare, but it was hilarious.
I wish I had the stamina to fully recap each episode. There is a lot of funny stuff I just gloss over. This is one of those shows I think you should savor.
Julia - yes, I never understand characters like Doris who want men who don't want them. Mauricio as knuckle draggy was great.
It was funny how by the end she seemed to believe her own lies and Poncho had to remind her that the baby is imaginary.
I'm having such a good time. This show makes me laugh out loud. Macaria is getting a chance to actually act now, instead of just being all suegra-like, and her facial expressions are wonderful.
I agree that Mauricio is non-guapo and he walks funny. And Doris was more fun when she didn't have such a one-track mind -- well, I guess it was always one-track, but she used to have more props. (That light-up massage spider is just like the one the Lad gave me for Christmas -- except mine is blue, of course.)
More bingo: FISTFIGHT!
It's that knuckle-dragging tripping him up.
I didn't realize there was a fistfight square.
I think I'm going to print out #10 for Abismo. (A randomly chosen number.)
la mula no era arisca; los palos la hicieron así - lit. the mule wasn't always stubborn, the sticks (she was beaten with) made her that way, means a person's nastiness is a reaction to her experiences, not that she's naturally of bad character
del dicho al hecho, hay mucho trecho - there's a big leap between saying and doing
Could "del dicho al hecho, hay mucho trecho" also be used in a "easier said than done" kind of way?
I really wish my Spanish CCs were worth a darn.
Do you mind sharing your favorite online Spanish-English dictionary?
Actually, I think Zoe, once she got over her suicide attempt, is the most grounded one of the three. I kind of like the sparring that she and the Licenciado get into. I kinda wish they would end up together.
I think Mauricio is not guapo on purpose, because in reality, Juancho isn't all that guapo either, so if our cute Marisol is going to end up with him instead of Mauricio, he can't be cuter--my opinion, however.
This obviously isn't a family show--too much suggestive bed-action, too many pregnancies, cradle robbing, costume-wearing bed-mates, husbands living in sin with their amantes, gosh, you name it. To top it all off, Fer explains to his daughters that he's expecting a child with Doris but it doesn't mean they are a couple, great example of fatherhood (even though I'm with him on that particular mama). I guess the littlest one knows what is required for a man and a woman to end up expecting a baby. And SHAME on Doris, too. She *is* shameless.
I could have bet the farm the nurse wouldn't take the bribe, but I had too much faith. I have a feeling that Doris is going to "lose" that baby after a few months of having to wear fake baby-bumps. I wonder what she'll come up with next.
Poncho has taken the computer-messing to its limit. He can't do much more without immediately casting suspicion on himself, especially if Isa wakes up tomorrow morning and still loves Fer. If she doesn't, I think he'll remind her....
Ok. I was brain dead today so I'm going to lead with the things that I didn't get:
--Isa and Nando's matrimonio conversation.
--Willy and Snorty shopping and money?
I didn't feel like there was a lot of action today.
--Isa and Nando deal with the Doris saliendo con su siete. Nando says he'll be a dad...but in no way will he be with Doris. They talk about the curse. He thinks it's garbage. Isa is still convinced of it's power.
--Lucia and Willy make a friendly bet at basketball. Lucia's got game. Her team won and now the guys have to paint the sanctuary. During the game Willy and Lucia end up in a compromising position. Willy tells Lucia he loves her.
--Marisol spills the Doris beans to Snorty. Snorty then gets the girls to promise not to let dad replace Sofia in his heart. Not cccol, Snorty.
--Doris gets the same Lab tech/nurse to agree to get her some ultrasound video.
I'll return later with vocabs and more action.
Heads up: The UEFA Semifinal games are tomorrow and Thursday at Amorcito time. Recaps will be late and probably short. :-)
What luck! I just stumbled across your recaps of Amorcito! Thanks a bunch for helping me fill in the parts I missed. I am really appreciating your work.
I have never watched an "afternoon" telenovela before. It is quite different from the heavily dramatic and dark evening offerings I've seen before. I love all the actors, especially Diego Olivera (alias Padre Hottie). He is definitely muy guapo...and yes, Sara, he could use some work on his beso technique. I would be willing to give him some pointers.
This one really is cute. I just wish it wasn't TWO HOURS!!
Diego makes it bearable, though.
Gawd he's hot.
"PARANOICA, PARANOICA, TU ABUELA, FIJATE!!!"
She's spunky...but I think she's starting to crack. I hope they don't do this to her for the whole run of the show.
And how much do you want to be the lawyer Alvaro's buddy recommends turns out to be...Felipe Ferrer? Or maybe it will be Cecilio, and we'll have a bunch more near-misses. Grrr.
I fear I will not be able to check in as often because my summer is ramping up and going full steam ahead until after the first week of August, but I'm trying to keep up with these bleeping 2-hour episodes so I don't fall too far behind.
I *am* watching the episodes, and I *am* reading every word of the comments, and enjoying them immensely. OK, I'm off to watch today's ep and enjoy Sara's recap.
Cap'n Sylvia--hope your Summer doesn't get too crazy. You'll always have Diego to moon over if things get too crazy.
I'm really starting to worry about myself. I'm developing a pretty strong crush on Diego as Nando.
I like his character (so far) and I like him. Charisma is a big turn-on for me and he's got lots of it.
The dude is OOOZING charisma.
I followed TdA and I remember being sinfully turned on when he renounced the priesthood and did a striptease...slowly removing his priestly garb. So. Yummy.
Diego as priest=HAWT
Diego renouncing priesthood and running around the DF in tight, black tee-shirts=SINFUL HAWT
Nando with the Tres Marias is always a delight. I think Doris needs to take them for a sleep over, what an eye opener that would be for her.
I really don't like that this is the second TN I have watched recently that they have had corrupt medical professionals. That is a really bad message they are sending. There must be other plots they could use.
Was the guy in the hotel connected to Alvaro?
I wonder how long Lucia will stay in the nunnery and why is she there?
Oh my, I just got to the part where Willy just told Lucia he loves her!
Becoming a nun was one way to do it. Lately, Mother Superior didn't think she was quite ready to take the next step in her vows and Lucia took it pretty badly, but then admitted and agreed that she wasn't. Willy is making her heart flutter wildly, but she's going to deny those feelings for quite some time yet--there in lies the fun in this tn.
Yeah, after watching these two episodes, I have to withdraw my assertion that Zoe is the best grounded of the three. She turning into a little man-hater, lumping all men into the same mold (except for her one-night stand--for now) and trying to infect Isa with her outlook.
--Felipe and Cecilio got a check for 500,000 pesos from the (I assume) mobster CLM.
--Guillerma made up a story to get the money for Leopoldo so she could pay for the PI.
--I still think Mauricio is a neanderthal.
--When Isa was drunk, Nando took good care of her and they made references to Little Red Riding Hood. Things were bleeped out.
--Moncho likes Barbara and Tuqueque figured it out.
--There was some talk about visiting Ricky in jail? What came of that?
--Marilu (who for the most part thinks dad deserves to maybe find someone else) sees Nando and Isa kissing in the hallway.
hacer la barba: to be a suck-up; brown-noser
el andamio: scaffolding
descalabrar: to split one's head open
estar en apuro: to be in trouble
el interés tiene pies: "Interest has feet"; If you want it, go for it!
Willy G reminds me of Gaston from Beauty and the Beast. The basketball game was fun. I'm not sure how he kept playing with the drooling and his ojos de borrego a medio morir.
I'm totally with Marisol on the faces she keeps making at Mauricio. What is the appeal?
I assume they cut to Felipe because 1. Alvaro had just been getting a referral for a lawyer and 2. This show is all about near misses and we are going to witness another between Felipe and Zoe (though I am on the Zoe/Cecilio 'ship.)
Dear me....am I hearing things?
Red Riding Hood? Totally, totally missed that. Of course I don't know how to say it.
So does Alvaro and/or Zoe plan to go through with the divorce after he gets his big promotion? It would of course be telenovelically coincidental if Alvaro hired Cecilio to represent him in a case against Zoe.
They are using a lot of the same slang in this show that we heard in UFCS. It makes me feel smart when I remember it (and annoyed when I know it's something we had before but I can't remember what it means).
"And how much do you want to bet the lawyer Alvaro's buddy recommends turns out to be...Felipe Ferrer? Or maybe it will be Cecilio, and we'll have a bunch more near-misses. Grrr."
Then I will start perusing that list more often and pay closer attention. It will be a big help.
(I also hate when I have to look something up repeatedly.)
Yes Diego does ooze charisma. For some reason it took a while for him to move me in TdA but I blame the script, director and other foolishness. By the time I did see the light I had to walk away from that TN. Thanks on the info about that on-line Anita. I will definitely check it out.
Anita - Initially Zoe wasn't so psycho and you could understand her lashing out b/c of the failure of her marriage. However the past few episodes, she has moved to man-hating in a way that makes her seem crazy; this is sad b/c she needs to talk through this with someone like our EJ. It's bad enough that her husband is confused sexually (and even if its run of the mill infidelity what about the vows?) but he's manipulating her to play the role of wife so she can get money. A horrible decision on her part but she does feel helpless; hence the lashing out at friends and her needed visit to Dr. EJ.
Sara are you watching football (er soccer) too?
Julia - yes Willy does resemble Gaston. And I know Marisol is being set up to have a triangle w/Knuckles and Juancho but the way the former is being forced on her is icky. It's obvious she dislikes him but her nana and her BFF think his pedigree disqualifies his stalking her. There has got to be a way to advance plots without celebrating stalking (see Doris and Knuckles)
Today's recap will be late and light on vocabs. :-)
Mauricio will henceforth be known as "Knuckles."
Hasta luego y Let's Go Spain!!
(WE may get a repeat of the 2008 Euro Cup Camp. if Spain wins today and Germany beats Italy on Thursday.)
I like the running gags in the show. Like Doris always parking in the way of someone else and being completely oblivious to it. Or not caring because she is more important than anyone else. Actually, maybe she does it on purpose for the attention.
Capítulos 28 & 29
First up: I HEART MARILU!!!!!!
--Marilu catches the canoodling grown ups but when Dad comes home, she tells him she approves of him with Isa. This child is gold. More Nando and Lechuga scenes!!
--Nando asks Isa to keep their relationship on the down low, but she isn't keen on the idea.
--Cecilio is the lawyer that was referred to Álvaro.
--Zoe had a none night stand. Flip-out had a one night stand. They run into each other in the hotel hallway.
--Marilu has a stupid friend who tries to tell her that Isa will be nice until she has her hooks into Nando. I only mention the scene because Snow White was brought up while Marilu ate an apple.
--Willy is obliged to shop for exercise equipmeny with Snorty. She keeps him shopping all day and he misses his painting at the parish appointment.
--Zoe fights with Isa, too. All three make up by the end of the episode.
--Zoe decides (at Lucías urging) to be done with the farce and doesn't got to the lunch date with the gringos. Álvaro tells her to continue the ruse or pay back all the money and return the car. And srsly? How many businessmen make their deals contingent upon the harmoniousness of an employee's marriage?
--Snorty is a metiche. She plant the "Willy likes Lucía" seed with Beba...who doesn't believe it. (Avances show her being a metiche, too.)
--Doris arrives at Nando's to watch the FAKE ultrasound video. Isa sees Nando, Doris and the 3 Marías in a tableau of domesticity. Isa has a sad.
--In Acapulco, Juancho finds his cell phone and calls Marisol. She answers and barely gets out a hello when Knuckles jostles her and the phone falls in a puddle. Well, at least she knows Juancho is still interested in her. (Someone explain to me why Juancho didn't have this phone all along?)
--Doris tells Poncho she needs to get preggers fo' rizzles.
--Yet another preggers and alone character has joined the cast: Reina. Jazmin will now be the sacristana. Don't tell Padre Tío about Reina, though...ok?
--Cecilio takes note of a shady type that follwed him and Flipout into the bar.
I'm sure some fill in is needed. Hooray, Team!
sacar de mis casillas: To drive me up the wall. Él me sacó de mis casillas.
la regadera: shower
Piensa mal y acertarás: Expect the worst and you won't be disappointed OR
Trust no one OR
If you've got two options, choose the worst one, 'cause most likely that's it.
el charco: puddle
By the end of the episode, Isa agreed to be Nando's novia...and the lights went out. So Isa still believes in the power of the curse.
I hopes Yasmin is allowed to be funny. The actress is much better in a comic role than a tragic one.
Favorite non-plot-advancing moments from last night:
-- When Barb was embroidering the truth about her family (again), she said her dead aunt lived in...Cleveland. Srsly. I guess Fresno had already been taken.
-- After the kerfuffle with Marisol's phone falling in the mud puddle, the girls went off all huffy and Mauricio said about Juancho, "So, what? He's been in the Congo or something?" He delivered that line so perfectly, I totally cracked up.
Omigosh! I totally missed that!! Cleveland?? Was that meant to be funny...or do the writers really think that Cleveland is impressive?
Lucía sure is keeping a lot of secrets from Padre Tío. Why would he object to sheltering the other pregnant girl? I think maybe Lucía has found her real calling. She should run a charity/home for pregnant girls with no place to go, and help them get decent jobs and childcare and all that (and maybe persuade the deadbeat dads into paying child support). It could be like Regina's place in CME. She wouldn't have to be a nun to do that.
I wonder why Snorty is so down on community service? Oh, my other favorite moment-when she was talking on the phone to Beba while she was at the restaurant with Willy G, and she said of course she'd love to do something better than she's doing right now. Yeah, she's so classy and well-mannered.
Oh, another fun moment: Zoe at breakfast with the weirdo businesspeople who need Álvaro to have a happy marriage for some reason, when one of the wives said "behind every great man is a great woman" (which grates on my feminist nerves) and Zoe said "or maybe another great man!"
Ha! I'm not doing it for the thunder :-) I'm doing it 'cause I absolutely lerve this show. Personally, I love that this is becoming such a team effort. Color away. You crack me up!
Julia: Omigosh!!! I just told my husband about that "behind every great man" schtick not 10 minutes ago!! I thought that snipe was funny.
And Tuesday's basketball dances, too.
Speaking of which, Cap'n, may attempts to figure out the song were not successful. During the game I tried to hear some of the lyrics, but I couldn't catch them. :-(
I also thought Zoe's "or maybe a another great man" crack was funny. But I think it earned her a kick under the table.
Sara and others, thanks for the recap of yesterday's episode. I was doing other things while watching and totally missed the Cleveland remark. Funny!
I can't remember the timing now, but why did the school not call Moncho when Tuqueque took a bad turn? Or did they try and they couldn't reach him, either? He seems to have a lot of time to hang with his buddies for a guy who has a young kid and is struggling financially. It's nice that his mother helps, but shouldn't he be primarily responsible for taking care of Tuqueque (since he believes he's his son and all)?
I cannot wait to get the context of "ratones, mi amor, ratones"
"base de datos" = database
"paleta" = ice-cream bar(?)
"derretir" = to melt
Hortensia has a fabulous figure. She looked great trying on all those outfits. Too bad she's such an obnoxious buttinsky.
Oh my, Fernando was positively heroic, wrestling the gun away from that mobster. But I don't fully understand why Felipe was involved with the mob in the first place. I guess it has something to do with Fernando, Felipe and Cecilio pretending to talk like the godfather in yesterday's episode? Did they want to hire Felipe and Felipe refused? Ah well, back to the episode...
Marisol is being such a brat. It's bad enough coming from her, with her immature teenage mind and all, but Horty should know better. She's really trying to take Fernando's kids away from him! Good grief.
Right now I could get bingo with "protagonista engaged to someone other than galán," "automobile accident" or "¡te amo tanto!" -- I'm thinking I'll have best luck with the last, although I have trouble listening for exact syntax when I'm also reading captions, watching action, and puzzling over new vocab...
Hortensia is just awful the way she got her grandkids riled up. I hope Marisol realizes that granny refused to let Fernando talk to her about Felipe and she gets really mad about it and stomps back home.
Sadly, I still haven't watched Thursday's episodes. In all likelihood that will happen sometime today, which puts today's episode on hold until tomorrow. HOpe that's ok.
Sounds like a lot happened!
Thanks for the vocabs. I've added them to the list :-) I took the liberty of translating paleta as popsicle/ice-cream treat thingy.
What on earth was that poster behind Zoe at the police station? "Stiff little fingers" was one bit I could make out.
--Doris decided to use natural herbs and extracts of oyster to get 'Nando's motor humming. Alas, it did not work. I got the impression it only messed up her and Poncho's tummys (Poncho tested the "drugged" whisky; 'Nando force fed "drugged" water to Doris since she had hiccups.) Doris decides to go to a sperm bank. She spurns Poncho's offer to "help."
--Horty is a serisous metiche. She snaps a pic of Isa kissing 'Nando and Marisol acts like a snot (as you have all mentioned.) QTH? Grandmas aren't supposed to know how to take cell-phone pictures!
--Cecilio and Zoe near-missed three freaking times. Basta ya!
--After her first attempt to get money failed (I seem to remember she made up that story about Humberto, or Horacio..some dude with an H name...and Leo was willing to give the guy a loan, but he would deliver it personally or some such.) Anyhoo, Guillerma is still trying to get the money for the PI and I missed pretty much their whole conversation 'cause I don't care and I don't recap boring after 11 PM. :-)
--Felipe Federico Fausto Ferer Fernandez was shot by one of César López Medoza's goons. He was protecting Zoe. Another attempt on his life was made in the hospital, but he lives on.
--I HEART MARILU!!
--'Nando calls Isa Sofia.
picahielo-ice pick (obvious, but I lerves the compound words)
aceite de extracto de ostíon extract of oyster oil (If 'Nando had fallen for it, would it still count as Galán is drugged??)
embestir: to attack; charge
chistar: to say a word. 'Nando tells Doris "ni chistar" when forcing Doris to drink water. So I assume it was like "not another word" or "drink it and quit complaining"
rehuir: to avoid
¡Ratones mi amor, Ratones!: I think I want to sign all my e-mails with this :-)
Of course, she then jumped to conclusions about Cecilio again, but he was acting awfully cozy with his sister, and Zoe had been up all night.
Marisol needs to be sent back to the factory for reprogramming. She's stuck on brat. I can't believe Knuckles could stand there and argue with Fernando like he did nothing bad. He was on the wrong side of the road for no reason! Idiot.
I'm really disappointed that Minerva has joined the brat pack. Yes, Sofia was a saint. However, dead people don't make great company.
I love how inept Poncho and Doris are. Yeah, Doris, I think Fernando *might* notice if his supposed baby is two or three months overdue.
I no longer want Juancho to run into Mariscreechy anytime soon. Speaking of the dude, he sure arrived back in the city in a perky mood for just having lost his mother.
And thanks for mentioning Cecilio's sister. Her name is Paty, right? She was the one in his apt on Thursday (before shooting) I assume.
Last night's epis were way over the top -- some very funny moments, but mostly just out of hand. No fabulous lines, but my favorite was "me trajo aguacates, ya te lo dije!" (For my part, I am still trying to work PARANOICA PARANOICA TU ABUELA FIJATE into every conversation, coz I just love saying it.)
We have a start date for Por Ella Soy Eva: July 16th at 7. So I guess Refugio will be at 6? And LQNPA is ending soon. I always get nervous about scheduling when one ends and another begins. I don't have a lot of hope for AC ending up in prime time, but gee I'd like it to go back to an hour.
I'll be watching the Friday episode tonight. I'm looking forward to it.
Y'all do know I cannot think about, see or say aguacate/avocado without giggling....right? Thank you El Tal. (And I didn't even watch it!)
Yes, Cecilio's sister is Patricia aka Paty.
"Me trajó aguacates; ya te lo dije!"
And on the back:
"Never underestimate the power of big avocados."
Yes Marisol is a brat and currently deserves Knuckles. I know it causes another impediment for our couple but Horty's interference in Fer's love life is disturbing. Basically she wants to keep him a widower until the girls grown up and even then she would be happy. And wanting the girls to believe anyone he marries will try to replace their mother is cruel.
What was the salon scene about, other than a chance for ridiculousness? Is that how he got the money for the condoms? That whole bit was so wrong in so many ways, yet so funny.
BTW, when FFFFF threw himself in front of Zoe Venenito I kind of thought maybe they *would* make a sweet couple. But I will have to see more of her and Cecilio in action before I make my final choice.
Karen: Are you unable to see the episodes anywhere? Where are you located?
I wish my husband would hurry up and go to bed so I can watch this!!!!! lol
--Marisol shall henceforth be called Marisnot.
--Horty is really pushing the Knuckles relationship.
--Knuckles got a first hand performance of Horty's manipulations.
--Willy Boy seriously needs to stop trying to help Lucia. What was he thinking with the free condoms program??????????
--Since she's being a snot, I am fine with Juancho's decision to give the novia search a rest.
--That does not mean I am for a Barbara/Juancho pairing. (And I"m pretty sure Barbara is going to be a little manipulator, too.)
--Lieutenant Iborgowhatshisname does not agree that Sofía's death was accidental and he gives 'Nando his card.
--okok. I kind of like Zoe Venenito and FFFFF together.
Song from the car
Sal de ahí chivita chivia (version one)
Version 2 (somewhat annoying)
amamantar: breastfeed (I know an extremely crude expression similar to this, but I will not share it. When my Offspring asked some Mexican guests about it, they choked on their cookies.)
tener el sartén por el mango: to call the shots; to have the upper hand
Now, a question:
Could someone explain the workings of CC to me? Why do mine suck?
examples (which I jotted down as fast as I could)
no creo que es una buena idea=cr ned id
So as you see--Completely useless CCs for me.
I've been liking Amorcito so much I haven't even minded terribly that it's two hours per day...though it's pushed Passion Pit to weekend viewing for me.
Amorcito is very good and I have to figure out a way to watch it once school starts. Maybe it will be back to an hour by then.
Karen: see if this link works for you.