de a madona
Can anyone help me with translating "de a madona" in this context:
"Que fiesta de a madona nos hicimis anoche! "
I'm assuming it means "cool" as in "what a cool party we had last night" but I'm just getting that from the context and I can't find it anywhere in books or the internet.
qué fiesta de a madona meaning, what a party !
¿que fiesta? ...meaning what party? or which party?
note the difference in meaning of qué and que.
jeje, this is very unusual, I had never heard this, but I am sure it does mean this too.
I am quite positive they are referring to Madonna here, the queen of pop, so if it was a Madonna like party....ever seen any of her shows? Well, quite clear, a veeeeeeeeery cool party.
I have seen this too:
and it refers to a gay party.
But here it is "de a madonna" . The de a always means: similar or like a ...., so it is cool.
Yes, so help me God
So Gus, are you saying "qué fiesta de a madona" does mean "what a cool party"?
is there any of the ''á é í ó ú ñ' in it?