I am a native English speaker, a lover of food, music, and of course, food. My culinary journey began in my home state of New York, where I grew up eating a variety of foods and appreciating the variety of flavors that each season brings.
That is until that fateful day I was introduced to Spanish food. We did not get along at all when I moved to the States, and I am so glad I never became a native English speaker that I could understand what some of the food I ate was saying. It almost felt like the food I ate was saying, “I like you, but you don’t like me.
The way I look at it is that Spanish food is a kind of language. It’s a way to communicate with each other and it’s just as natural to you as breathing, eating, or talking. That’s the way I look at it.
As an aside, the best Spanish food is probably the kind that comes in the form of a shot of tequila. It’s like drinking tequila, but without the alcohol. I get really drunk on these shots, and I can still enjoy the food and conversation that happens when I am drunk.
Now, I didn’t know that, and I’m sure that sounds like a dumb question, but I thought that since Spanish food is a language, I also had to be able to speak it. So I was wrong.
It also reminds me of someone I know who is from a very Spanish speaking family. They have a kid that is half-sister that speaks only Spanish. No matter what my mother says to me, I just keep asking her, “Si pudiera?” Which translates to “If I could?”. I am actually hoping that this kid is like my own personal Spaniard.
As if we didn’t have enough problems.
The only thing I can think of that would be to use the word “spacetime” in the context of the game. Spastic time (a.k.a. my personal time) has no meaning for me, and I think that is what makes this trailer so entertaining.
Maybe our family is just a bunch of overgrown brats, but I do think that they are a little strange. They all speak Spanish except for my half-sister, whose only communication is via her Spanish-language voice. My mother, on the other hand, seems to understand a little English. She has a much more elaborate language plan for the Spanish half-sister than my mother does for her, or for myself.
If you’re from the United States, you probably speak a little English, and even more Spanish, but a lot of you have no idea what you’re talking about. There are a couple of things I would like to say about this trailer. First, it’s nice that the writers put as much emphasis on the language being a little strange as they do on the bizarre nature of our family.