Sorry for the lack of updates, I’ve been busy trying to wrap up my project. It’s hard to believe but I’m down to my final week in Mexico DF. Though I will truly miss this place, I’m happy to be going home in time for Thanksgiving. On to the words.
Ni ni = ni estudia, ni trabaja = someone that doesn’t study or work. Sounds nice.
En vivo = partying all night, then going right to work. In trying to make it home at a reasonable hour on Thursday, a friend suggested “debes ir en vivo”. At 28, I’m glad I know this is no longer possible.
Me gusta el jamón = Literally means I like ham. But let’s assume you are eating a slice of Hawaiian pizza with a friend. In an attempt to tell them you’re enjoying the food, you say “me gusta el jamón”. In Mexico, however, you’ve just said “I like fat girls”. Never a dull moment.
Pedos = farts. Ignore what I said earlier about being 28.