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Argot De Vera Cruz ?

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My question is about a greeting some of mís compdres de trabajo use.A couple of guys from work use a greeting, QueBolas ,and while I know the litral meaning of these two words independant of one and other I can make no sense of the origin of this greeting.Anybody from Vera Cruz out there w/any input? Here's another one ¿Que Tranza?

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updated SEP 28, 2009
edited by pat76
posted by pat76

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It's part of the saying "Que Hubo Le" or "What's up?" but it's a more slurred form of those words. Mexicans say it a lot. "Que Onda" is another common Mexican form to say "What up?" or "What's going on?" Both can also be seen in usage in other spanish speaking countries but "Que hubo le" is more common to Mexico.

updated SEP 28, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
ora pues - pat76, SEP 28, 2009
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