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'Amigo! Speak French and history won't blame us for the exploitation of the Indians.'
"OK...let's practice your Spanish! And we'll start with things you know...like this! Your computer joystick! In Spanish, it's...it's...el joystick."
"Hello, everyone...or should I say, 'hola'?"
"With Tia Carmen's chickens, we'll get twice as much candy!"
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"Billy, if you want to join the Spanish Club, that's cool. In fact, we can make you a member right now."
"What's the big deal about speaking Spanish in your house, anyway?"
"This is the Spanish Club, right? Aren't you gonna kick me out?"
"It's my second cousin Gerardo!"
"I need a cup of Jose."
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"Before you say anything else...I want to make it clear that I am a pioneer in the battle against reverse discrimination...and I will gladly be called whatever name you people have for me in my fight against bigotry of the worst kind."
"Every night, I'm going to teach you Spanish words so you don't forget your language."
"Maybe I can teach you Spanish with some songs I remember singing as a young man."
"Cool... this Spanish station's tagline is 'The Precious One.' Pretty harmless, huh?"
"This is my way of forcing you guys to learn Spanish! Whoever breaks this rule cleans out the garage!"
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"Tia Carmen, there are Spanish knock-knock jokes! But you're supposed to say 'toc-toc.'"
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"My friend Bernarda fell this morning. But it's okay...it just bruised her poquito."
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"'Pobre Pablo! Hoy esta Enfermo.' Can you tell me what I just said, Cruz?"
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"We don't have knock-knock jokes on Christmas."
"This is...Numero Uno! The new network for today's American Latino!"
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A Pollo XIII
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"They obviously don't appreciate a little school spirit diversity."
"The word 'san' refers to male saints...like San Antonio and San Jose. Whereas 'santa' refers to women...like Santa Barbara and Santa Catalina. I figured it out! The male conspiracy to control the icons of Christmas is over! Santa Claus is a woman!"
OK, I admit it...I don't know Spanish! Help me out! What should I tell my boss?"
"No, in Spanish it's honradez..."