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well, I think I just realized why OP's don't respond to comments.
By whitewater_al - / Friday 10 July 2009 21:22 / United States
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By  Uconnrunner  |  0

are you retarded?

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  genius_girl16  |  0

well you certainly got yourself into a pickle my friend. but i think you are worrying too much because there is a world wide law is called in english: you gotta go, you gotta go. in spanish: tu tienes ir, tu tienes ir and french: tu devrais aller, tu devrais aller. anywho the law states exactly how it sounds if you have the urge to go (#1 or #2) you have the right to use anyone's toilette. This even works at the white house, trust me (i always have to go). So what you were doing was completely legal. embarrassing yes, illegal no so don't worry too much about it! have a stellar day!

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Actually, I believe proper Spanish grammar would be ¨(Tú) Tienes que ir, (tú) tienes que ir¨. Tener que implies obligation. Tener implies possession or any of various temporary conditions. But hey, I could be wrong, since I´ve only completed Spanish I.

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  sexymessy  |  0

Wow that is neat.I don't think I've ever seen any OP reply to their own FML. Unfortunately I'm sure there's a lot of mean things people are going to say. But don't let what everyone says get to you buddy!

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LOL That's the stupidest thing I have ever heard. There is no law that says you can just walk into anyone's house and use their toilet. That's a good way to get your ass shot/ bit by the family dog or arrested for being stupid.

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  Arturo7531  |  3

Dam... How hard is it to say in Spanish: Te tienes que ir..... its not tu tienes ir, or tu tienes que ir, its Te tienes que ir... I know this for a fact since I live in Panama, and we speak spanish here.

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Actually, you are also wrong, #125, because what you are saying, is more like saying You have to leave. Tu tienes que ir is the right way. And I know because both my parents are Hispanic and I've been speaking Spanish since I was born.

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  kallielou  |  10

#120 Actually it's, "You have to go, you have to go". Sorry if I sound like a know-it-all or something ^_^' #69 Had it close though. It should have been, " *Si* tu devrais aller, tu devrais aller"

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  Mexico_WC2018  |  16

you guys are saying: you have to go, you have to go. isnt it supposed to be: when/if you have to go, you have to go? (Cuando/si tienes que ir, tú tienes que ir.)

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  8313girl  |  28

You guys are funny with the whole Spanish debate. Doesn't each Latin country have their own dialect with how they say things? There's no point in correcting if that particular country thinks they're right. Besides we all got the gist of what was being said and it was still funny.

By  WORSHIPME  |  0

first. lol joking but haha that must be humiliating :(

By  kopei  |  0

Awh. That must have sucked, lul. One time I walked into the wrong backyard at my foster cousin's house. I looked around and ran out. Scary. o_o

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