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    If someone can translate the phrase below which is written in very abbreviated Spanish, it would be very helpful. Thanks in advance.

    "ya t bo hcndolo peo vn a flpr sn vocals cpuyo jajaja"

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    What a riddle! It looks like it says "Ya te veo haciéndolo pero van a flipar (?) sin vocales, capuyo...:-D". My best shot would be: "I see you doing it, but you will flip out with no vowels, my little bud :-D". Flipar is definitely Spanglish (most used informaly by teenagers). I read between the lines that the message wanted to warn you about how difficult it was going to be to understand it; and worst, to have it translated.

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    Wow, haha, thank you for your response, I thought no one was going to ever respond. Much appreciated!

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    You're welcome! But it was my best bet! Beware that your little bud might be trying to say something else! :-D

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    Default Re: ya t bo hcndolo peo vn a flpr sn vocals cpuyo jajaja

    Haha kids these days. At least he didn't say something worse to you. What did you do to him?

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    Default Re: ya t bo hcndolo peo vn a flpr sn vocals cpuyo jajaja

    Hi there

    "Capullo" in Spain is a very strong insult (if someone says that to you in the street, it's because they're trying to pick up a fight).

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    Default Re: ya t bo hcndolo peo vn a flpr sn vocals cpuyo jajaja

    Quote Originally Posted by pabloa View Post
    "Capullo" in Spain is a very strong insult (if someone says that to you in the street, it's because they're trying to pick up a fight).
    Thanks Pablo! I was totally anaware of that! How things can mean exactly the opposite...Scary, isn't it?

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