But.. that's not how a spanish speaker would pronounce "que"
@tha5th, ... isn't it?
@Baileyjrob, that's what I thought
@Baileyjrob, nope, its more like "keh"
@tha5th, it's how a native English speaker with little to no proficiency in Spanish would say it though.
@Danger Noodle, it shouldn't say "latino" then.
@tha5th, why is that?
@Danger Noodle, it implies that this person is NOT a "native English speaker with little to no proficiency in Spanish"
@tha5th, I think you misunderstood me. The Latino will say it properly, but the native English speaker will say it as "Kay" because they are not used to pronouncing"que." It's a typical nuance that's being used as the joke in this picture.
@tha5th, I feel we may not still be on the same page, but oh well lol
@Danger Noodle, righty-o, amigo lol we can leave it at "let's move on and enjoy some more FP"
@Johnny Karate, even still. It may not be the EXACT same, but it's close enough that the joke still works, as someone could easily mix them up.
My mom's name is Kay, and she got in a long confusing conversation when a Spanish speaking man kept asking her name and thought she was responding "¿qué?" (What?) every time
@TriangleTesticles, one of the few things I remember from Spanish class
Every Kiss begins with Kay
What's your name?
A la verga con la persona que dejó Kay