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At what point did you stop using these phrases? Do you know what they mean or do you already need an explanation?
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They were expressions of ordinary language, which referred to all kinds of situations. For example: “I go al corte” referred to young women who used the study of Cutting and Clothing, a discipline that after a couple of years allowed a job exit. Students easily distinguished themselves by the work elements they carried: a wooden square and a T-ruler for designing the molds.
Another phrase: “A monkey dad with green bananas” arose in the dialogue between two speakers strugging to impose a certain idea: one person was trying to deceive the other, who, warned, responded with that phrase. Another popular saying was, “Can I get the yapa?” , referring to receiving with each purchase made, in the warehouse or the greengrocer, a little more than requested. They were times when unpackaged merchandise was sold, and that little extra was the “yapa”.
A derogatory response to an annoying or offensive proposal was: “Go fry churros” , which was in vogue for a long time. It is difficult to understand at present the different names referring to the pregnant woman: “It is thick” or “It is in charge” , were common expressions, as well as “It is in an interesting state” or “In the sweet wait” . One that remains in force is “It is encinta” , expressions to which was added the use of garments aimed at disguising pregnancy as long as possible. Today, women are proud of their bulging belly, and often - naked.
“ To have a cuiqui” was to fear something. The one who said something right and grounded “I was in the ointment” and the thieves were “the friends of others.” Girls with stylized sizes “had a wasp waist.” When someone was missing a date, “they were letting him sign,” and when he referred to something very old it was said to be “jopo's time.” In short, a good example of the common expressions in that Buenos Aires yesterday.
Publication Date: 13/04/2019
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