You must know we are not revengeful if you do not eat it, but next time we go to anyone’s house there might just happen to be So be yourself! Maybe because of the current political situation, or maybe because our mothers taught us how to use a wooden rolling pin, just say what you mean and mean what you say.
We want to hear the truth, not what you think we might like to hear.
In the interest of preventing future misunderstandings I now present to you my list of Brazilian acronyms.
Ready to have your first conversation in Brazilian Portuguese?
We met at a party through mutual friends and added each other on Facebook so that we could stay in contact. Maybe a girl who is in the KKK is into bad boys who get their doors knocked down by the Brazilian SWAT?
Later on we got to chatting, and that’s when things got interesting. “A festa foi muito bom.” The party was good, but my ability to make interesting small chat still had a long way to go. Nossa, nunca vi alguém beber tanto whiskey na minha vida kkk.” Now, I had a hard time understanding all of that, but the one thing that I got from this story was that she was a lifetime member of the KKK. I’d heard that Brazilians are more direct, but I wasn’t expecting it like this.
As you can tell we come in all shapes and sizes — (okay, mainly short), but what we appreciate the most is our freedom!
Nevertheless, it was enough for me to fumble my way through conversations and win the favor of a cute girl. “O BOPE está aqui, eu tenho que ir.” “tchau, bj.” Wait, did she just say she wants to give me a blowjob?
So, they did the logical thing and built a giant, airplane-shaped city called Brasilia in the middle of nowhere. You can use this phrase to smooth things over with any Brazilian friends who may have just heard you publicly mocking their capital. Why did Brazil lay out its capital in the shape of an airplane and stick it in the middle of nowhere?
” (for trips to Brasilia) In 1954, Brazil’s government decided that the country needed a new capital. ” Lindo maravilhoso is a Brazilian idiom which literally translates to “beautiful marvelous”. “It’s the Brazilian way.” How can Brazil be the world’s largest Catholic country, the world’s party capital, and an industrial giant to boot? Finally, for the tragic story of the Brazilian boy whose smiling face illustrates our Community Connection to Brazil graphic, click over to Beija Flor’s Brazilian street kid gallery on Matador.
I take no responsibility for what happens if you actually try to use it.
Oscar Niemeyer was hired to fill Brasilia with unusually-shaped buildings.