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- n. Plural form of caca.
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After a couple of weeks, Hillary can be dispatched to Florida to spend the next 5 months in the retirement complexes, chowing down early bird specials, and playing some golf and canasta while trying to convince the legions of alte cacas to vote for the schwartze even though ... well, you know.
| Reply te peto el cacas, actually its kinda nonsensical in spanish, but it kinda means, i “something” your ass. and screw anyone who wants to correct me, i am from latin america.
The title has total sense in Spanish: peto is a verbal form of verb ‘petar’, that means something like ‘explode’, and, in slang, you could imagine. ‘cacas’ is the plurar form of ‘caca’, that means ‘poop’.
There were some things, as cotton, cacas, and salt, which they were unable to grow or manufacture, of which they had been deprived for more than fifty years, and their taste was so much affected by this enforced abstinence that they did not get used to eating salt with their food for several generations after the conquest.
You are just like those stubborn floating cacas in the toilet vase, no matter how many times one flushes, the dam thing keeps gurgling back up!
it's actually so much better in french: des "cacas-papillons"!
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