Posted by: Pepe de Murcia | December 8, 2010

Pimienta/Pepper


(English version below)

Hoy en día (235)

Petrzalka, Montañas Eslovacas

¿Nunca os habéis fijado en que en todas las familias hay alguien a quien siempre le caen los granos de pimienta de la sopa, los dientes de ajo o los plomos de la carne de caza? Aparentemente, se transmite por vía paterna, y de primogénito en primogénito, o sea, a mi padre y a mí… En fin, supongo que hay cosas peores, pero hoy he batido mi récord.

Nowadays (235)

Petrzalka, Slovak Mountains

Did you ever notice that in every family there’s someone who always gets the pepper grains in the soup, garlic cloves or the pellets when eating game? Apparently, it’s transmitted by father’s side, from firstborn to firstborn, so, my father and me… Well, I guess there are worst things in the world, but I broke my personal record Today.

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