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updated JUN 28, 2014
edited by 00c8f66c
posted by 00c8f66c
welcome to the forum...I edited out the vulgarity...not allowed on the forum....It says: skinny guy (not racist or insulting) I'm done with you, bye, we won't even see each other, then it gets insulting - alba3, ABR 3, 2010
Anytime ;) - alba3, ABR 3, 2010

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You spell flako like that. It is flaco (skinny one, a slim person)

updated ABR 3, 2010
posted by 00e46f15
Sorry, I meant to write "you don't spell flako like that" It is flaco with a c. - 00e46f15, ABR 3, 2010
I also noticed that flako should be spelt with a c. - 00a43ae4, ABR 3, 2010
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You should PM Tormenta with this discussion. Vulgar terminology is forbidden on this site and one portion of your post is definitely vulgar

updated ABR 3, 2010
posted by nizhoni1
Who are you asking to PM somebody with something? I'm slightly confused. And sorry... I didn't realise vulgarity was forbidden, although I was having a joyous time dealing with translators that couldn't make it out. - 00c8f66c, ABR 3, 2010
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I've been told it's a bunch of spanish slang, or poor spanish. My boyfriend (who speaks spanish) says "Flako" is like skinny and/or white guy (or something along that line) And he says "I will eliminate you" in there. But it's mostly slang...

updated ABR 3, 2010
posted by 00a43ae4
I thought it was slang. Every translator I tried struggled to recognise anything. - 00c8f66c, ABR 3, 2010
Wait, would "flako" be a racist term? I mean, I'm Scottish so I am not really of the same skin colour if you will. - 00c8f66c, ABR 3, 2010
Yeah it's mostly slang because he says it doesn't really make sense. Kind of like gangster talk doesn't make sense at times haha... Then again. Flako could maybe mean flaky? "Fleco/a means skinny boy/girl" - 00a43ae4, ABR 3, 2010
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