Will someone give this guy a medal?
Spanish people luuurve to f*ck.
If only I passed my Spanish class..
Tig ol bitties
@Nobodyreallycares, Jesus dude, you have some problems...
*awards guy gold medal*
Troll level: Masterful
@zgincha i hope so
I would buy you lunch.
And that's how anchor babies are made.
*tiene bien dia y disfrute de su estacia is the correct translation.
I honestly don't get it
That one actually made me laugh
JSE2? Idk man
I would just rape her
Who is the boss of a shuttle bus driver?
Not being fluent myself, this is total BS the last phrase in Spanish is not conjugated correctly. Termina, soy el ganador
You could say so much wittier stuff than what he said in that situation... Something like fiesta or salsa
Wachong Ning bong
Made my day
Tiene, not tenga
Once I went to Mexico and well you won't believe what I saw...
I can actually speak spanish the correct translation is que tenga Buen dia disfrute de su estancia
@Fat Free Lard, who doesn't?
@MissHappy, Actually, no. To say 'tiene' simply translates into a polite form of 'you have', so you'd be saying, "You have a good day, enjoy your stay.". To correctly tell somebody to 'have a great night', you have to use a command, which is for the verb 'tener' (to have), 'ten' or 'tenga'. In this case, you should use 'tenga', so the phrase, 'tenga una gran noche', is perfectly correct. As for the lack of conjunction for the verb, 'disfrutar', it is understood in some dialects of Spanish (being that there are roughly 30) that if you have already used one command in the sentence, and the clauses have reasonable flow, you may use an unconjugated form of a verb. This sentence is completely correct.