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    Posted on Feb 26, 2016

    9 Weird Ways Argentines Talk About Sex

    Some of them are actually kinda cute.

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    1. To throw the Greyhounds at someone.

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    In Spanish: Tirarle los galgos.

    Meaning: To flirt with someone.

    How to use it: I think he is throwing the greyhounds at you!

    2. To bump each other.

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    In Spanish: Chichonear.

    Meaning: To flirt.

    How to use it: We spent the whole night bumping into each other.

    3. To cover something in metal.

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    In Spanish: Chapar.

    Meaning: To make out.

    How to use it: I really want to cover him in metal tonight.

    4. To drag someone's wing.

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    In Spanish: Arrastrar el ala.

    Meaning: To flirt with someone. Comes from the movement male pigeons make when trying to copulate with female pigeons.

    How to use it: She's really cute, I want to drag her wings.

    5. To make a deal.

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    In Spanish: Transar.

    Meaning: To have sex.

    How to use it: We finally made a deal last night and it was amazing.

    6. To squeeze someone.

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    In Spanish: Apretar

    Meaning: To make out.

    How to use it: We squeezed in his car and then he drove me home.

    7. To scratch each other.

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    In Spanish: Rascar.

    Meaning: To make out.

    How to use it: Hey, want to scratch each other?

    8. To rub something with a piece of cloth.

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    In Spanish: Franelear.

    Meaning: To make out heavily.

    How to use it: We rubbed clothed against each other and I think I'm in love now.

    9. To thicken the skin, mainly leather.

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    In Spanish: Curtir.

    Meaning: To fuck.

    How to use it: It was probably the best thicken of skin ever.

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