DS #2149: Shrek Ogritos y Drasnos (Spain)

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  1. JPH
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    ^^ndsrelease-3043^^
     
  2. CockroachMan

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    ¡Qué bueno! ¡Siempre quise tener un ogrito! [​IMG]
     
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    Si, seniorita taco.

    El screenshots:

     
  4. Joey Ravn

    Joey Ravn F*** you, Nintendo!

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    El único objetivo de este mensaje es dejar bien parada a mi pobre lengua... [​IMG]

    Translation: The sole point of this post is to to make my poor little language stand her ground [​IMG]
     
  5. Cronopio

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    Well Spanish is not a little or poor language. It stands alone on a big history mountain.

    Just remember:

    Cervantes, Quevedo, Zorrilla, Borges, Cortázar, Pérez Reverte, Paz, Rulfo, Sor Juana, Arreola, Márquez, Mastretta, Lope de Vega, Darío... to name a few...

    Plus, you can write this (si lo lees en voz alta crea un efecto extraño):

    "Estrenen el entender rebelde, creen enseres. Eleven este terrestre Edén, céntrense en él. Es breve este entremés. Embelesénse, deseénse, desde este mes se pertenecen, les pertenece el excedente, llénense, bésense, rebelense. ¡Es menester vencer!.

    or:

    "...Doctor, los locos sólo somos otro cosmos, con otros otoños, con otro sol. No somos lo morboso; sólo somos lo otro, lo no ortodoxo. Otro horóscopo nos tocó, otro polvo nos formó los ojos,como formó los olmos o los osos o los chopos o los hongos. Todos somos colonos, sólo colonos. Nosotros somos los locos, otros son loros, otros topos o zoólogos o, como vosotros, ontólogos. Yo no los compongo con shocks, no los troncho, no los rompo, no los normo..."

    from "Las Vocales Malditas" by Oscar de la Borbolla.


    Spanish is a great language.



    Well going back to the point, is this game a BAD game as it looks?

    I really don`t like Shrek, well, i loved the first movie, but the other two... Yiak!
     
  6. Joey Ravn

    Joey Ravn F*** you, Nintendo!

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    ... why, yes. Of course. Never said it wasn't. I was just lavishing some care on it, after the typical "taco" reference [​IMG] You should start taking things less literally...
     
  7. Cronopio

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    Si yo también odio ese comentario del taco y lo de señorita sin la hermosa Ñ. Lo siento, no pretendí ser grosero, pero en los foros de internet siempre están denostando al español y, en general, a los otros idiomas... Saludos desde lo que queda de la gran Tenochtitlan hasta España. [​IMG]
     
  8. CockroachMan

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    We're just kidding.. you shouldn't take things in this forum too seriously [​IMG]

    Spanish is a very rich language, wish I could speak it better :/

    Y yo comprendi casi todo que usted he escrito [​IMG]
     
  9. Cronopio

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    Yeah, I know I overreacted, sorry. Hey, Portuguese is great also, I remember I was going to take some classes after I read José Saramago's books, but I didn't, i don't know why...that's a shame...[​IMG]

    Best regards.
     
  10. Joey Ravn

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    Não tem importancia, os nossos comentarios foram com boa intenção... mas é "usted ha escrito", CM. "He" é a forma do verbo "haber" para à primeira pessoa do singular. Quiseste dizer "ustedes han escrito" [​IMG]

    As you can see, I can speak some barely legible phrases in Portuguese -- I hope I can improve it more and more with each class. For those who can't understand it, I was just rambling about auxiliary verbs in Spanish... and showing off a little. Nothing too fancy, I'm sure there are some mistakes there [​IMG]
    Oh, and, Cronopio, check out "Ojo con los Orozco", by Argentinian songwriter León Gieco [​IMG]
     
  11. Cronopio

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    OK, i'll do it. Of his, I have only heard a song about "Durito" (the Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos' fictional character) and I loved it. See you around.
     
  12. Rciwws

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    Shrekz: Donkeyz