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You are going to meet someone special. You'll love him, I swear. But there are some things you need to know about him first.

  • If he says you're going to be liberated, bring a jacket.
  • He always has a dumb smile on his face when you talk to him about leaving.
  • You'll have to forgive him if he thinks someone might get pregnant from being asked the wrong question.

Let's see if you're ready to meet him. One shocking thing he might try to do is suggest to throw your father in a deep fryer. But as strange as it sounds, he really doesn't mean anything bad by it.

Do you understand what he might be trying to accomplish by it?


Already solved, but if you still want to have a go and need hints:

* He has a mascot that he loves so much he takes it on daily walks.

Another:

Me: my papa? in the fryer??

Him: fine, we'll get others then.

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He is trying to

learn Spanish.

If he says you're going to be liberated, bring a jacket.

frio sounds like free but means cold.

He always has a dumb smile on his face when you talk to him about leaving.

Not sure. Maybe you leave at sunrise, which sounds like sonrisa, meaning smile.

You'll have to forgive him if he thinks someone might get pregnant from being asked the wrong question.

pregunta/preguntar sounds like pregnant but means question/to question. Or embarazado means pregnant and you might be embarrassed from being asked the wrong question.

One shocking thing he might try to do is suggest to throw your father in a deep fryer.

papas fritas means french fries (literally fried potatoes). papá means father.

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  • $\begingroup$ Nice! I was thinking about something else for the smile and the pregnant things, though $\endgroup$
    – Dotan
    Jul 13, 2023 at 15:18
  • $\begingroup$ @Dotan was it about irse/reirse? (leaving/laughing?) $\endgroup$ Jul 13, 2023 at 19:53
  • $\begingroup$ Leave - go for the exit $\endgroup$
    – Dotan
    Jul 14, 2023 at 5:18

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