060416008

Spanish:
English: You’ve got two beautiful sisters that they call “termites” because they’ll eat any old stick.
collected: Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, Queens (6-4-2016)
origin: from an Ecuadorian song

060416007

Spanish:
English: Your sister is like a duck that opens its wings to fly, except your sister opens her legs to play.
collected: Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, Queens (6-4-2016)
origin: from an Ecuadorian song

060416006

Spanish:
English: That kid is more bothersome than an anthill in your ass.
collected: Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, Queens (6-4-2016)
origin: a common jank directed at children, from Bogotá, Columbia.

060416005

Spanish:
English: Move your ass – you look like an earthenware jug.
collected: Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, Queens (6-4-2016)
origin: a common jank directed at children, from Bogotá, Columbia. Said to someone who is being slow. An indigenous term for an earthenware jug or flower pot.

060416004

Spanish:
English: Hurry up! You look like a lentil.
collected: Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, Queens (6-4-2016)
origin: a common jank directed at children, from Bogotá, Columbia. Said to someone who is being slow (“lento” = slow in Spanish).

060416002

English: You’re so fat you call Fat Joe “Joe”
collected: Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, Queens (6-4-2016)
origin: he wrote this joke several years ago. It is a reference to the rapper Fat Joe

051416012

Spanish:
English: You act as if the Virgin spoke to you.
collected: Jamaica, Queens (05-14-2016)
origin: something you say to someone who is acting unfriendly/aloof. A phase she learned from her father in Mexico City.

051416011

English: Hey my yute, your head is as big as Bob Marley’s funeral.
collected: Jamaica, Queens (05-14-2016)
origin: common expression from Jamaica, used to describe something literally or figuratively large. (Variant: “hey girl, your hips are as big as Bob Marley’s funeral”). Bob Marley’s funeral was the biggest funeral ever to happen in Jamaica. “Hey my yute” is Jamaica slang for “hey my friend” or “hey bro.”