So if after a first date a Colombian guy is asking a girl to marry him, someone might comment: – Coming from the verb to hit something with a machete, this term is also employed as a metaphor for damaging or ruining something, particularly in the context of foreign languages.You may hear people say, for example, is used to describe a man (use of the female version of the term is much rarer) who is good looking, but does not imply that the speaker is attracted to them. [Llamas pronounced Yamas] 3.) Te ves bien [pronounced Tay Ves Beyen] •You look good. 9.) Me gusta mas [Me pronounced May] •I like it a lot 10.) Dale Mami [pronounced Da-Lay] • It’s like saying “let me see what you got”. If you’re into Spanish chicks: Mexicans, Dominicans, Brazilians (although they speak Portuguese, almost all of them are near fluent in Spanish), make it easy on yourself. 6.) Oye chula [pronounced O-yay] •Whats up stylish girl 7.) Suave mamita. 8.) Date prisa [pronounced Da-tay] •Hurry up please!For the record; these are NOT pick-up lines NOR compliments…at least not cheesy ones which will make you look like an ass-kissing Beta-Male! I have a 100% success rate at stealing Latin chicks from non-Spanish speaking guys: be it on public transportation in NYC, at the club/bar, grocery store, etc.The purpose of these phrases and lines are to impress the Latina whom you’re approaching or chatting up already. But to impress her in the sense that she sees you as a well-learned/well-traveled guy [a huge Demonstration of High Value]. Let’s say that I’m at a bar, spot a 2-set (hot Latina being chatted up by a non-Spanish speaker), I’d draw closer to them and say: “Mira nena, ya lo se que eso tipo te aburrece a la porra. “Hey baby girl, it’s obvious that guy is boring the hell out of you. Ten out of ten times (that’s 100%), the guy would look at us in an “I’m fucked” kind of way, as the girl giggles in agreement. [Pronounced Con Kyen Andas] •Who do you usually go out with? •Sparks are flying (it’s a flirt line) 2.) Vamos al perreo [pronounced Perray-o]. Let’s say that you’re at a Mexican restaurant, bodega, Wallmart, wherever, and there’s a hot-ass Mexican working there. [Pronounced O-da-lay] “Ok there sweet-Mexican girl”!! It’s not what the hell you say, neither how you say it, but the fact that you know. What you don’t want to be using are the Holas, Como estas, hasta la vistas, because they are fucking old-fashioned and granny lingo. [Pronounced as meh-tay and man-o] •Get involved [as in telling the Dominican girl to get into the conversational mood] 5.) Con quien andas? They also work great as openers/ice-breakers to initiate the conversation. Now if you were an obvious Latin-looking guy, she may get offended 😉 #Just Saying However, since you’re not a native-Spanish speaker, they will pardon you and instead be impressed than offended.
It can also be made into a verb is to expose yourself to unnecessary risk, or ‘to be asking for it’.Not only had I mastered proper Spanish, but the slang vocab also (Jerga) of Puerto Rico & The Dominican Republic. Frankly, it’s not that you need to know some Spanish in order to bang Latinas. Whenever I go to Spanish bars, I would literally blow non-Spanish speaking guys out the fucking water!The first bits of Colombian slang you'll need are those which crop up when greeting your new Colombian buddies so this is a logical place for us to start too. Instead, people tend to go for one of the following, all of which mean something along the lines of “what’s up? ”: Fast track from dull ‘textbook Spanish’ to sounding like a native with our Colombian Spanish Language Hacks email course.Follow your Spanish textbook and you might think the only way to say hello to people in Colombia would be to say "¡Hola! Sign up now for 7 days of expert tips that will instantly transform your Spanish!This is a mid-level gang member / drug dealer, generally one who likes to be flashy and make obvious displays of their wealth and/or criminal status.