Sooo I'm going out on a limb here and trying out Spanish Friday, which I found over at Latinaish. This lady is like me. White on the outside, brown on the inside. (Lucky for you guys I haven't completely unleashed my insides on you......yet!) And my Spanish isn't PERFECT yet, but I'm hoping this will help me get better.
So this is going to be in Spanish, but the English translation is down below for those of you that no comprenden ;)
Estaba leyendo el blog 'Latinaish' donde escribio una lista que se puede encontrar aqui --> You know you married a Salvadoran when... y tambien un post que hizo su esposo You know you married a gringa when.... Transluce las listas a espanol pa que las entendiera mi esposo.
Asi fue nuestro conversacion:
Cangri: Tal ves el sufre con esa mujer.
Yo: Y vos sufres conmigo?
Cangri: Pues no, ya me acostumbre.
Como pasas dos horas en el bano arreglando tu pelo, ya no me molesta tanto.
Yo: Pues ellos tienen mucho tiempo juntos.
Cangri: De seguro el sufro antes. No creo que ella sabia cocinar comida Salvadorena cuando se casaron y el sufrio porque no tenia nada buena para comer.
Yo: No te gusta lo que te hago de comer? No te lo comes entonces, espero que te mueras del hambre.
Cangri: No dije eso mi amor, a mi me gusta la comida que me haces, perdoname, si?
Mi pobre esposo. Tiene tanto hambre que sigue comiendo la mierda que hago. El piensa que estoy en dieta, pero la verdad, es que ni me gusta a mi.
Aaaaanndd in English:
I was reading the blog 'Latinaish' where she wrote a list that you can find here --> You know you married a Salvadoran when... as well as a post that here husband wrote here You know you married a gringa when.... I translated the lists into Spanish so that my husband could understand them.
Our conversation went like this:
Cangri: Maybe he suffers with that woman.
Me: Do you suffer with me?
Cangri: Not anymore, I already got used to it.
Like how you spend two hours doing your hair, it doesn't bother me that much anymore.
Me: Well they've been together for a long time.
Cangri: I'm sure he suffered before. I don't think she could cook Salvadoran food when they got married, and he suffered because he didn't have anything good to eat.
Me: You don't like what I make? Don't eat it then, I hope you die of hunger.
Cangri: I didn't say that, my love, I really like the food you make for me. Forgive me.
My poor husband. He's so hungry he keeps eating the shit that I make. He thinks I'm on a diet, but the truth is, I don't even like what I make.
P.S. For the rest of you that participate in Spanish Friday, how do you type the letters with accents? I used to have a list of them and how to do it, but I have no idea what happened to it. Help!