I’ll be brief. “Taco”, when used in a certain context, can have a double meaning. “Hey Chuy, would you like to try My Taco?” Sas!
“I sure do love Fanny’s, can’t wait to get my hands on some now!” Cochino.
When are you gonna do the post on sign-os? i.e. Traditionals tortas
Oh by the way, in England fanny refers to, um…a taco.
And there’s that Las Vegas restaurant, Pink Taco!
oye chavo, I love your anti-spam words. how do you do that? i want to copy you for my blog. right now it just spits out random word patterns. how do you get it to provide such a nice variety of highly sophisticated calo terminology? –K I K. O
I use this plugin for wordpress available here: http://www.theblog.ca/?p=21
though I think you use the blogger service and I don’t think it works with that. It lets you supply your own list of words, thus you have all the stupid ones I put in! I think I’d better edit that again, I did it fast just to test it but there are some insults in there, ja, ja!
This is the best blog by far that i’ve read…. really great… email me back so we can talk…
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I love your blog too—annnnd that’s IT. However, I think I must know you, since I live under the stove at Lilliana’s Tamales, but never eat there —too porky. Yes, yes—call Mark Torres—but hold out for dinner (and dancing), but not at Lilliana’s……..V
I’m glad you all like it! And I do know you, Ms. Hot Sauce!
WHA!!? PRC, huh?? It figures! Sorry it took so long for me to check back with you, Chavo. Hey email me, at my unpublished email address, si? I am working on a project and want to give you the details. What about Cage-so-full-of-Rage, Dj Yaqui, & Chale Brown—umember them? Chale Brown got LARGE at KCRW—Quetzal says he usurpted me.
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