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This post was edited by Bob Lichtenfels 17 months ago
First, that must be the longest link in the world! And as they say down here in SEC country: "If you ain't cheatin you ain't tryin".
But does the NCAA have the huevos do really do anything? See O$U, UNC, Miami, etc...
This post was edited by Gregpitt 17 months ago
lol..that was a very long link, found a better one.
Thank you for reminding me of huevos(eggs meaning balls as it does in many languages) versus huesos(bones). I have ordered in Mexico and requested carne on the balls meaning to say, meat on the bone.
I was wondering if anyone would get that. Having lived in Mexico I heard and use that term often.
Huevos is eggs .. what about Juevos? I thought juevos was balls .. but i've seen both spellings used. Sorry .. i'm bored .. and i lived in NEW mexico for some years.
Huevos is Spanish for eggs and is used for "balls" as in "I'm going to kick you in the huevos." Juevos is how it's pronounced by many in Latin America (different accents for different areas)
That explains it. I worked middle management at an electronics company in NM .. Mexican labor mostly. I loved the people and the food. Great stuff. THen moved back east and was dealing more with Columbians and latinos. I guess "J" or "h" makes no difference. Cool.
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