Micho’s Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: ‘Accordion’This week’s word is “Accordion,” as in the lovely musical instrument played in many places around the world. But in Spanglish, it is used dif
Micho's Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Jaguar'This week’s word is “Jaguar” as in the animal that usually resides in the jungle. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Micho's Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'July'This week’s word is “July” as in your favorite month to ride the subway. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Micho's Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Cheated'This week’s word is “Cheated” as in something that Micho has never done to a woman before (but more than one lady is a different story). But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Micho's Spanglish Juan O Juan: 'Herbivore'This week’s word is ‘Herbivore,’ which in normal English is an animal that only eats plants. But in Spanglish, it is used differently.
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Anguish'This week’s word is “Anguish” as in what a father feels when their daughter starts dating -- especially those Jersey boys. But in Spanglish, it is used differently.
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Chinos'This week’s word is “Chinos” as in the type of khaki pants. But in Spanglish, it is used differently, for example, one of Micho’s favorite students, AMP artist Ne-Yo, used it best in his hit song “Chinos” (She Knows)
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Washing'This week’s word is “Washing” as in what you do to your clothes after partying all weekend at the shore so your main piece doesn’t smell like your side piece’s perfume. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Deliver'This week’s word is “Deliver” as in how women become moms, they deliver the babies. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Tequila'In honor of Cinco De Mayo, this week’s word is “Tequila” as in the name of Nina’s in-laws because her boyfriend’s name is Don Julio. But in Spanglish, it is used differently.
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: 'Wooden Chair'This week’s words are “Wooden Chair” as in a wooden object you sit on. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...
Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: AnitaThis week’s word is “Anita” as in the name of one of Micho’s baby mamas. But in Spanglish, it is used differently...

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