"ay ama por eso te quiere mi apa"I have been trying every which way to figure out what this means, and am clueless. Heeeelp!!!
Translation and context. I'm assuming that this is some sort of saying, or something colloquial. What's the general context in which it is used?
The phrase ay ama (instead of mamá) and apa (instead of papá) are slang. In Puero Rico for example in the past people who live in the country and have not education used to talk like that... translation Oh, mom, that's why my dad love you... context... is like when you say to somebody...you know what? That's why I love you so much theres something special about what that person does that you love her/him so much.