Picture of the day: a dog at a restaurant's door

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Post your comments/titles/captions to this picture (both in Spanish and English) and vote for the ones you like. The best answer will be chosen tomorrow on the basis of the greatest number of votes as well as the language correctness.

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And don't forget to correct your posts as suggested.

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My example:

No servimos perros. Ni sobre un plato, ni a la mesa.

We don't serve dogs. Neither on a plate, nor at a table.

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updated MAR 22, 2010
posted by Issabela
Corregid mi español, por favor :))
jejeje
¿Está en Iran o India el perro? ¿Y cuál es su nombre, Issa? :-)
¿El nobre del perro en la foto? No tengo ni idea.
Quiero lo doy el nombre "Fluffy Lion"/ "Leon esponjoso" :)
Me encanta :-)
¿Would u mind if I wanna buy u a little dog like this, Issa?
Already got one, smaller and cuter :))

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Incapaz de creer su buena fortuna, el perro miró a su alrededor para asegurarse de que no anduviera nadie antes de escoger un zapato para masticar.

Unable to believe his good fortune, the dog looked around to make sure that no one was around before choosing a shoe to chew.

updated MAR 22, 2010
edited by 003487d6
posted by 003487d6
jejeje :) asegurarse
oops Gracias :)
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Gracias a Dios que no tengo que quitarme el abrigo!

Thank God I don't have to take my coat off!

updated MAR 22, 2010
posted by 002262dd
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No yo estoy no en el menú.

No I am not on the menu! "The language on top is Tibetan , below it I think is Hindi.

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by ray76
No, no estoy en el menú.
Gracias a mill alba, it was a tad negative wasn't it?
How many languages do you know ray?
Eso quiere decir que se sirve allá mucha comida vegetariana.. mmm que rico.
Ah, do u know Tibetan?
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Si un perro fuera capaz de leer...

¡ No zapatos!

¡Hay por lo menos 30 pares detrás de mí!


If a dog was able to read...

No shoes!

There are at least 30 pairs behind me!

updated MAR 22, 2010
edited by Rolest
posted by Rolest
Corregid mi español, por favor!...¡Gracias!
fuera capaz
Gracias JulianChivis!
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¡¿Qué?! ¿Ellos creen que soy un caballo? --- What!? Do they think I am a horse!? (now edited according to the advice of my friends)

updated MAR 22, 2010
edited by billy-jones
posted by billy-jones
"creen que ..."
You need to get rid of "hace", as in Spanish hacer is not an auxiliary verb.
And add que, as Fidalgo suggested.
:-)
thanks :-)
...creen que soy caballo?
It was an accident, Julian.
He deleted "soy" when trying to correct like suggestions
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El nuevo trabajo del perro como un vaquero de zapatos fue una buena pareja.

The dog's new job as a shoe herder was a good match.

updated MAR 21, 2010
edited by aloshek
posted by aloshek
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Estoy buscando un buen amo.

I am looking for a good master.

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by melipiru
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"Para los que no sepan leer, hagan el favor de entrar vestidos como yo - sin zapatos."

"For those who can't read, please enter dressed as I am - without shoes."

updated MAR 22, 2010
edited by 005faa61
posted by 005faa61
por favor "entrad" vestidos....
Gracias, melipiru. Mi idea fue que el perro locutara como si fuera anuncio escrito. ¿Así no se puede?
En toces "por favor ,entrar vestidos.....
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¡ No estoy un hombre, estoy un pero ! grufo grufo .

I am not a man I am a dog ! Gruff Gruff. (long tinckle ,exit left stage. )

Send cheque to Agent minus cost of cleanup!. raspberry

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by ray76
What a good working day!
No "soy"....."soy" un perro
Gracias, will I ever get the hang of it ?
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¿Es esta un veterinario en la casa tengo dolor de mi dente ?

Is there a Vet in the house I have a tooth ache ? sick sick

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by ray76
¿Hay un veterinario en la casa? Me duele un diente!!
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Estoy sus orador por la noche necesito a hablar breve y rápido ,Woof woof.

I am your speaker for this evening I need to speak short and quick woof woof. tongue rolleye

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by ray76
Soy su orador esta noche. Necesito hablar ....
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No comprendo. Debo ir primero! El que está sin zapatos soy yo...

I don't understand. I should go first! I am the one without shoes...

updated MAR 21, 2010
edited by swing
posted by swing
correct my spanish, please ::)
Debo ir... el único sin...
Doesn't el único mean the only one?
Well it does but if you want to say "the one" you would then just use "Soy el sin zapatos"
To say "the one," the sentence structure changes, ie: "El que está sin zapatos soy yo."
so "el" is quite independent here? thanks! i thought it isn't, as the articles in english can be missed and it is not a big problem and in my native language.. we don't have them at all.
"No entiendo. Yo debería ir primero!, yo soy el que no tiene zapatos..."
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Quiero una reservacion para dos perros bajo la mesa.I want a reservation for two dogs under the table.

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by foysoy
Quiero una reserva para....
thankyou for the correction
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"No se por qué me han dejado acá, no soy portero ni mucho menos cuidador de zapatos.....además el olor de los zapatos me crispa los pelos!".

"I don't know why I was left here, I am not a guard nor shoe guardian......besides, the smell of the shoes freak me out!"

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by Doriz
I am not sure about my English translation, please correct my English where is needed....
"freaks" - it needs an 's'. ¡Muy bien" :D
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Me novio que me espera para un compromiso de cena. My boyfriend awaits me for a dinner date.

updated MAR 21, 2010
posted by nizhoni1