"Ke onda wey ke haces karnal"
I have a mexican friend and we recently became enemies and he sent me an email that only contained this "ke onda wey ke haces karnal" What does it mean?
I've tried searching the phrase "ke onda wey ke haces karnal" up online but the only words recognized are onda = wave and haces=beams I believe... it doesn't make any sense.
Hello, and welcome to the forum. It means "What's up, man? What are you doing, buddy?" The Spanish is a bit mangled. It should read ¿Qué onda, güey? ¿Qué haces, carnal?
Hi there and welcome to the forum!
Your friend didn't use correct spelling. His sentence should read "Qué onda [wey] qué haces carnal".
I'm not sure what it means, my try is:"What's up dude, what are you doing, mate?"
"Qué onda" means "what's up" according to my dictionary, and "carnal" is Latin American familiar speech for "pal", "mate". Haces is the second person singular from the verb "hacer", to do, to make.
Hope this helps.!
It's the kind of slangy alternate spelling mexican kids use when texting. MacFadden's transliteration is right. it's like asking what this means in English: wot u b doin bro?