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Any ideas what "Touce mucho nada doesa meurda" could mean?

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Any ideas what "Touce mucho nada doesa meurda" could mean?

This was from an english speaker on a mobile phone so words are probably misspelled, conjugation confused, etc. Hopefully it looks like some expression I'm unfamiliar with. Otherwise by transposing/replacing letters I've considered: Touce -> Tu ose, Tu se, Tu usa, doesa -> de esa, deseo meurda -> muerda, muerta and I've played with using "no" in various places in the sentence instead of nada.

So I (may or may not) (dare, do, want, be able) to (bite, kill or not resurrect) (my desire).

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updated FEB 22, 2010
posted by bledri

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Was the speaker angry at something?

Touce mucho nada doesa meurda

My guess:

"No use mucho (ó) nada de esa mierda".

  • I almost did not use that thing.
  • I did not use anything of/from that thing.
updated FEB 22, 2010
posted by Mokay
Could be. The preceding statement was complaining about flying on a red-eye. - bledri, FEB 19, 2010
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