Swearing in Spanish and White People

Another double-hitter. This first one is from 2009. Ya es tarde, si... but better late than never. Sadly, I don't speak Spanish. I speak Mexican... but I pick up Castellano very quickly. Wild Junket's "Top 10 Spanish swear words" may just be the most important phrases you'll use while in Spain... or, at the very least, the most fun. Practice these when you're around English speakers. If they ask what you're saying, tell them you're practicing "what a fine day it is today" in Maori. Just joking... maybe... no, seriously, don't do that. Don't be like me. The Wild Junket is also where the fav phrase of the day comes from.

Next up, Stuff White People Like. Now, don't even bother continuing unless you have a well-developed sense of humor. For instance, this first article open with: "If you find yourself trapped in the middle of the woods without electricity, running water, or a car you would likely describe that situation as a 'nightmare' or 'a worse case scenario like after plane crash or something.' White people refer to it as 'camping.'" That one's from "#128 Camping". I also suggest "#120 Taking a Year Off". Again, anyone with a serious streak should stay far away from clicking either one of those links.

Fav phrase of the day: (Spanish) "Vivadores"; "People who live life to the fullest."