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That to eat you?, I to like to know that to eat you, since in each place (Europe, US) different things are eaten.
itself not a lot of groins to excuse me the lacks.
A greeting.

posted by  Euspa

:confused::tard:

posted by  starscream0

I mean, that to eat you?, macarones, hamburgers, stew, salad, "jamon serrano" (I feel it, this not it to be able to eat your government does not leave you) ....................
I explain me?, sorry known very little English

posted by  Euspa

wtf are you on about??? been smoking something bad have you?
:screwy: :ohcrap:

posted by  True_Brit

that blunt dipped in that embalming sh!t isnt too good for you...

posted by  starscream0

they understand i?, me to like to know another type of "kitchen"

posted by  Euspa

what country are you from??? (dont mind to be rude though, im just wondering???)

posted by  True_Brit

if and they said somewhat gross excuse me, but I have to speak with you from a translator and does not always translate what you mean

posted by  Euspa

I tried to learn a little but of English because if not, do not we understand us

posted by  Euspa

oh, a real translator or a computer translator???

posted by  True_Brit

i understood that! :mrgreen:

posted by  True_Brit

A translator by internet, because I do not know another, you know your some?

posted by  Euspa

I think he means what do all you guys like to eat? Transle that phrase into spanish and it makes sense.

posted by  elchango36

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posted by  Euspa

You know to speak Spanish?

posted by  Euspa

oh food! im a big eater but im not fat lol i like fish and chips with mushy peas with lots of vineger
http://blog.mint.sub.jp/images/harry-ramsden-fish-and-chips.jpg
and Ckicken Curry and a 1foot subway sandwich with chicken and cheese and chilli sauce (not toasted)


thats my favourite food!

posted by  True_Brit

Yes I know HOW to speak spanish. Mis padres son Mexicanos.

posted by  elchango36

that dish not it to have seen in my life, like you to tell before, in each place a different thing is eaten

posted by  Euspa

you should try it one day, absolutely delicious

posted by  True_Brit

An exquisite dish, of where I live, the famous one "paella"
http://img247.imageshack.us/img247/9264/pixpaella1gr5.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

posted by  Euspa

it has good "look", I tried him to do

posted by  Euspa

Let me guess, you're from Spain.

posted by  elchango36

that "paella" looks tasty, where i live at the moment the famous snack is a cornish pasty!
http://www.kitchenproject.com/images/cpasties.jpg
really nice, pastry filled with potato, swede, carrots, steak, pepper, gravy, parsnips!
you should try the proper one where its got that on one half and strawberrys and cream on the other half! it was made for the tin miners of cornwall in the early 1800's........apparently! (but im not from cornwall so i wouldnt know the exact details)

posted by  True_Brit

Before be going to sleep, they are the (12:42), you to have seen a "jamon serrano"?
http://img424.imageshack.us/img424/3701/fe1060861my2.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

posted by  Euspa

is that a leg of lamb or cow or something???

posted by  True_Brit

Good you succeeded a part, but I am born in a frontier part with France, now no longer, but when was small, was but "frances" that Spanish.

posted by  Euspa

It is a leg of pig, is cut in fine slices and is delicious, when can connect me again al forum I teach you as they cut it and like remains, truly is delicious although seem filthy.
Good afternoon

posted by  Euspa

hm sounds nice, maybe good afternoon to you but good night from here, its 22:54pm

posted by  True_Brit

Sorry, good night

posted by  Euspa

ha no worries!!!!

posted by  True_Brit

My favorite dish...

Tacos al Pastor :drool:

http://static.flickr.com/6/76189925_48e45f0019_m.jpg
http://img477.imageshack.us/img477/4518/detailpastortacosid1.jpg

posted by  elchango36

Ayy hablas Espanol, its kind of rusty though. :ohcrap:

posted by  99integra

just say it in spanish and elchango can translate for us...:wink2:

posted by  dodger65

No sé si es español o mexicano, pero me encanta empanadas. ¡Son tan buenos! El "alimento de la chatarra" es generalmente muy popular en América. Excusar mi mal espanol por favor, yo se espanol solamente de clases en mi escuela.

Translation (which is probably easier to understand):
I don't know if they are Spanish Or Mexican, but I really love "Empanadas." They are so delicious! Generally, "junk food" is pretty popular in America. Please excuse my bad spanish, I know Spanish only from studying it in high school.

posted by  Nissan_Altima

That would work.

posted by  elchango36

i took 3 years of spanish in high school, which means i now understand about 1 in 10 words, and if they're speaking fast, i understand nothing...:laughing: :wink2:

posted by  dodger65

i'd rather speak german than spanish... i had 4 years of spanish and i still cant understand sh!t:thumbs:

posted by  starscream0

I'm with ya there! although I'd pass on the mushy peas, lol...Must be a British thing, we all seem to like Fish & Chips...Mmmmm

posted by  Cliffy

:laughing: ah no! you have to have mushy peas with fish and chips, or curry sauce lol but you cant beat a proper roast dinner!
http://www.weststarholidays.co.uk/images/chooseWeststar/food/halfBoardRoast Dinner.jpg

posted by  True_Brit

Tu parle francais? J'aime manger des steaks, frites, hotdog, hamburger, et al.
Normal nourriture americaine. Mais, J'aime manger nourriture d'autres cultures, aussi.

posted by  PontiacFan27

No thank you I do not like frito's, would you like some el Grey Poupon?

posted by  99integra

Frites = Fries.

posted by  PontiacFan27

I know man its like papas fritas cept not Spanish haha

posted by  99integra

I'm partial to a bit of the old Curry sause, I must admit!

posted by  Cliffy

Mmmm Brats and Beer.... I think that will be dinner tonight

posted by  Voda48

I am a Spanish, I tell you, that is understood you, although with characteristics American south

posted by  Euspa

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