Funny expressions: ...es otro que tal baila!!!

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This is a funny expression which means: ...he/she is of the same kind as the other person.

Situation:

Ves a Pedro....se ha divorciado.
¿Pedro? Pues Paco también.
Anda...otro que tal baila.....

Any kind of suitable expression in English''

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updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by 00494d19

8 Answers

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They're cut from the same cloth.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by samdie
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TimEivissa said:

Two peas in a pod.

Hi Tim
I think two peas in a pod is more to do with two people resembling each other or looking alike.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Natasha said:

Eddy said:

Natasha said:

A couple of possibilities (I don't think they'd work in the divorciado example, but might be a more general match):They are two birds of a feather.Here's another one of the same stripe.

Have you ever seen two happier chaps? This definitely works with divorciado. Only kidding.

Let me guess. Your wife is running the vacuum cleaner again while you're trying to watch the sports channel'?

Ouch! But I did deserve that.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Two peas in a pod.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by TimEivissa
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Eddy said:

Natasha said:

A couple of possibilities (I don't think they'd work in the divorciado example, but might be a more general match):They are two birds of a feather.Here's another one of the same stripe.

Have you ever seen two happier chaps? This definitely works with divorciado. Only kidding.

Let me guess. Your wife is running the vacuum cleaner again while you're trying to watch the sports channel''

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Natasha
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Natasha said:

A couple of possibilities (I don't think they'd work in the divorciado example, but might be a more general match):

They are two birds of a feather.

Here's another one of the same stripe.

Have you ever seen two happier chaps? This definitely works with divorciado. Only kidding.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Eddy
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A couple of possibilities (I don't think they'd work in the divorciado example, but might be a more general match):

They are two birds of a feather.
Here's another one of the same stripe.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Natasha
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The´re two of a kind.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Eddy