what does pinta mean here?
"ESTO LE ESCRIBI A MI PINTA..SE ENTENDERA?..BESOS.y no le cuentes a el que sabes que me escribio.ok"
I can understand the rest but what does the first part mean, specifically about "pinta?"
Hi, I'm Chilean and maybe I can help you with this one. "A mi pinta" could be translated as "My way". For example:
Me gusta hacer las cosas a mi pinta. --> I like doing things my way.
I hope it helps,
"mi pinta" means "my looks" also in Chile, but "a mi pinta" means "my way" in Chile.
Ahh well thanks so much for everyone's help
It was actually written by a Chilean, if that helps, I wont be able to hear from her for a while to ask what the context really is.
I looked it up in jergas but nothing jumped out at me. For the record,
-Costa Rica: criminal
-Uruguay: person,inidividual, guy
We must call Carlos, in Spain mi pinta means my looks.
I looked online and the only thing I came up with was an article from Chile that contained "a mi pinta" in the title. I showed it to a friend of mine who is Mexican and she had no idea what it meant.
Is it an expression that is used in the southern part of South America? Maybe Carlos F would know?
2 days and no answer? are you sure it´s
pinta? can you check if it´s written differently?