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All Argentines have a special ability to tell us nice things and win the heart of the person we like. In this case, there are some tips to call that being who flies your coconut. Because the art of chamuyar leads us to exploit our creative spirit.
One more animal adds to the Cordovan dictionary . “What filly,” “what little potrillito,” are ways to call someone who is cute. This term is used with thousands of variants: potrazo and potraza are the most used.
Because in Córdoba we can't say that someone is a fachero or fachera , here directly people are a storm e' facha.
Whatever if it were a fernetazo, in this land we say rich or rich to the person who falls in love with you.
This saying comes from there far, we used it for many years and it does not go out of fashion. The person you like is a little paint .
Pimp daddy, cool mommy . Where did this term come from? We'll never know. What we are sure is that it is a word used a thousand ago!
To say that a guy or a girl you like, you can say he 's criminal. Or “it's pal crime.”
A pyropazo: “You're papita pa'l parrot,” it's like saying “tas pa 'eat kisses.”
This is a chamuyo that can be customized. “ Tá pa break it”, “Tá pa eat it”, “Tá pa'l crime”... And so infinitely.
*The detail of the apocope, that is, the suppression of the last syllable of the preposition “for”, adds eroticism and intensity to the declaration of love .
That we should not confuse pyrope or chamuyo with harassment. If you don't know the person, if you think they can make them feel uncomfortable, or if there is no consent, it's not a pyrope. It's harassment.
Only if there is wave , reciprocal, consent was expressed or know each other, these words can function as a pyrope. Before you pyrop, make sure that the other person feels safe and comfortable with the comment you're going to say.
Publication Date: 10/09/2020
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