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You lick the sweat off a dead man's bals


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19:53 Oct 3, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: You lick the sweat off a dead man's bals
i just need to know for a friend please.
Trevor Swanson

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na +1sacas pan de debajo de las piedrasxxxPaul Roige
natu lamas el sudor de los cajones de un muertoMegdalina



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tu lamas el sudor de los cajones de un muerto

suena como un "machismo" - yo no sabria asi que soy mujer.......

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sacas pan de debajo de las piedras

Well I'm male and i find it sounds awful, maybe it was uttered by a de-sexed parrot. Well, what an idiom and there goes my version: "sacas pan de debajo de las piedras" if you refer to someone who can take profit from anything. I'm too shy to type the other version, that is, the literal one, if what you mean is just that...bueno, va:"le lames el sudor de los c.. a un muerto". Look up the "c" word under "ball" or y'know, any other synonym you might think of. Puritanism is back and well... :-)

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xxxPaul Roige
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
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agree  charlesink: don't br shy, balls=cojones, pelotas
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