Post 216: Federal

In regular Spanish, federal means something belongs or its part of the nation, the government. In Mexican slang, you use Federal, to say someone or something its ugly.

Ex.

Mi novio esta federal, pero es trabajador y tiene buen corazón. / my boyfriend is ugly, but its very hard working, and has a good heart.

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Post 215: Empiernarse

It literally means, to get between each other legs. It really means to be hugging with someone while in bed or a sofá, locking each other, with arms, legs or both. Its something lovers tend to do, especially in cold places, or in winter.

Ex.

Cuando hace Frío, que yo y mi novia nos empiernamos mientras vemos peliculas / When is cold, me and my girlfriend lock each other in a hug while we watch movies.

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Post 214: Ponedora

In regular Spanish, being ponedor, means to be someone who puts stuff, like money, resources to acomplish a Project, beer and/or meat for a barbeque,etc.

But in mexican slang, Ponedora it’s usually a way to say a woman (or a man, but its used less) really likes sex and has it often.

Ex.

Por ser tan ponedoras, mis primas tienen muchos hijos. / For liking sex so much, my cousins have lots of children

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Post 213: Apretada

It literally means tight. In Mexican slang, it means that someone doesn’t give, like someone not giving money, but its mostly used to refer to a girl who doesn’t easily agree to have sex.

Ex.

Ni le hables a esas chicas, son todas bien apretadas. / Don’t even talk to those girls,  you wont have it easy taking them to bed.

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Post 212: Me late

Me late comes from “latir”, that means beat, like in a heartbeat. In Mexican slang it’s used to say you like or approve of something.

Ex.

Me late tu carro / I like your car

Me late tu plan / I agree with your plan

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Post 211: Unica y diferente

As you may have noticed, Mexicans make fun of everything. In facebook and social media, a group of girls started posting stuff about them not wanted to party, not care about beauty,  but wanted to read, and drink coffee, and watch a good movie, this girls were nicknamed “unicas y diferentes” and that means, unique and different.

A “unica y diferente” is a girl who always claim not to be like the regular girl, she doesn’t care about beauty, make up, etc and its into the current trend, like the young adult novel that is hot at that moment, or the most popular superhero movie.

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Post 210: Paletear

This cames from lolippop (paleta). An it means to be very braggy, about stuff you do or have.

Ex.

No Sali con el, por que siempre presumia, y no me gustan los hombres paletosos / I didn’t go out with him, cause he was always bragging, and I don’t like men that brag.

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Post 209: Perro

In regula Spanish, this word means dog, but in mexican slang, it can have many meanings, depending on the context its used.

Perro can be used to say someone is mean, bad or violent, kinda comparing it with a mad dog.

You can say something its hard, or difficult to accomplish, by saying “esta perro”.

When a man is very insistent with girls, not giving up after a no, you say he is “un perro”, o “anda de perro”

When said to a very good friend, it’s the equivalent of dude. People also tend to say “perrazo”

When someone is very skilled in a certain discipline, you can say he is “perro” for it.

Ex.

Ese hombre es un perro, mato a su propio hermano. / That man is despicable. He killed his own brother.

Estuvo muy perro el examen. / the exam was very hard

No te voy a presenter a mi prima, por que te va a batear, y luego vas a andar de perro / I’m not introducing you to my cousin, because she’ll reject you, and then you wont have  a no for an answer.

¿Que pedo perro? / whats up dude?

No me gusta jugar con el, por que es perro para el basketball, y siempre me gana / I don’t like to play with him, because he is great at basketball, and he always beats me.

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Post 208: Mexislang ways to say semen.

Mecos (boogers), mecanicos, mecates, la leche (milk), el jugo (juice)

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Post 207: Mexislang ways to say cool.

Chido, chingón, fregón, padre, verga, perron, de pelos, de huevos.

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