Yo estamos muy barachado y cueden a comer

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Any chance anyone knows what this means?

Thanks!

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updated SEP 13, 2009
posted by 0013615c

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That sentence does not make any sense. Maybe he/she meant "Yo estoy muy emborrachado" or "(Nosotros) estamos muy emborrachados" ,that means "I'm very drunk" (I think). But, about the second part "y cueden a comer" I have no idea. I'm a native Spanish speaker, and my English is not so good.

updated SEP 13, 2009
edited by Juanjo23
posted by Juanjo23
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I we are very "barachado" y "cueden" to eat.

I makes no sense to me. Where did you find it'

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by lazarus1907