Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: KentuckyThis week’s word is “Kentucky” as in the state where family members really, really like to love on each other, according to Micho of course. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: FritoThis week’s word is “Frito” as in a corn chip that goes great with guacamole. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: MichoThis week’s word is "Micho" as in the world’s most sexiest man alive, according to Micho. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: YamThis week’s word is “Yam" as in the vegetable. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: DisguiseThis week’s word is "Disguise" as in what your ex wore when she caught you hooking up with your side piece in the parking lot of the Dollar Tree. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: JubileeThis week’s word is "Jubilee" as in a big celebration. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: CashewThis week's word is "Cashew" as in the peanut's ugly step-brother. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: Chicken WingThis week's word is "Chicken Wing" as in the main reason why you’ll call in sick to work on Monday (because you ate too many spicy wings)! But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: DandelionThis week’s word is "Dandelion" as in the weed, but, according to Micho, not the good kind, more like a flower. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: Cheese StickThis week’s word is “Cheese Stick”as in the fried mozzarella stick known to Americans as a healthy snack. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: ShoulderThis week’s word is "Shoulder" as in one of the body parts that dudes offer girls to cry on pretending to be their good friend, but they really just want to hit it. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: ChaiThis week’s word is “Chai” as in the reason why you’re always broke ordering all those Chai Lattes at Starbucks. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...

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