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Sad but true, there's a lot of Cuban's that don't speak English in Miami there's a reason it's called little Havana. There's sure some good eating down there.
 

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slick4591":1gmtzwlk said:
ALACOWMAN":1gmtzwlk said:
callmefence":1gmtzwlk said:
I would like to point out she was at taco Bell... There's no Mexican food served at taco Bell.
That's fact.. But some reason They keep getting ""best Mexican food award"""

Not given by the Mexicans tho.
doubt it........unless it would insure them citizenship....
 

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If they served me food after that altercation, I would have driven off without paying because of the unknown ingredients in my food. :cboy:
 

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I find this thread ironic. So many wrong words used here!

e·mersed
əˈmərs/Submit
adjectiveBOTANY
denoting or characteristic of an aquatic plant reaching above the surface of the water.


im·merse
iˈmərs/Submit
verb
1.
dip or submerge in a liquid.
"immerse the paper in water for twenty minutes"
synonyms: submerge, dip, dunk, duck, sink, plunge; More
2.
involve oneself deeply in a particular activity or interest.
"she immersed herself in her work"
synonyms: absorb in, engross in, occupy by/with, engage in, involve in/with, bury in, swamp with, lose oneself in; More



in·sure
inˈSHo͝or/Submit
verb
1.
arrange for compensation in the event of damage to or loss of (property), or injury to or the death of (someone), in exchange for regular advance payments to a company or government agency.
"the table should be insured for $2,500"
2.
secure or protect someone against (a possible contingency).
"by appeasing Celia they might insure themselves against further misfortune"
Tip
Similar-sounding words
insure is sometimes confused with ensure

en·sure
inˈSHo͝or,enˈSHo͝or/Submit
verb
verb: ensure; 3rd person present: ensures; past tense: ensured; past participle: ensured; gerund or present participle: ensuring
make certain that (something) shall occur or be the case.
"the client must ensure that accurate records be kept"
synonyms: make sure, make certain, see to it; More
make certain of obtaining or providing (something).
"she would ensure him a place in society"
synonyms: secure, guarantee, assure, certify, safeguard, set the seal on, clinch, entrench
"legislation to ensure equal opportunities for all"
make sure that (a problem) shall not occur.
 

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Nesikep":1moarj2q said:
I find this thread ironic. So many wrong words used here!

e·mersed
əˈmərs/Submit
adjectiveBOTANY
denoting or characteristic of an aquatic plant reaching above the surface of the water.


im·merse
iˈmərs/Submit
verb
1.
dip or submerge in a liquid.
"immerse the paper in water for twenty minutes"
synonyms: submerge, dip, dunk, duck, sink, plunge; More
2.
involve oneself deeply in a particular activity or interest.
"she immersed herself in her work"
synonyms: absorb in, engross in, occupy by/with, engage in, involve in/with, bury in, swamp with, lose oneself in; More



in·sure
inˈSHo͝or/Submit
verb
1.
arrange for compensation in the event of damage to or loss of (property), or injury to or the death of (someone), in exchange for regular advance payments to a company or government agency.
"the table should be insured for $2,500"
2.
secure or protect someone against (a possible contingency).
"by appeasing Celia they might insure themselves against further misfortune"
Tip
Similar-sounding words
insure is sometimes confused with ensure

en·sure
inˈSHo͝or,enˈSHo͝or/Submit
verb
verb: ensure; 3rd person present: ensures; past tense: ensured; past participle: ensured; gerund or present participle: ensuring
make certain that (something) shall occur or be the case.
"the client must ensure that accurate records be kept"
synonyms: make sure, make certain, see to it; More
make certain of obtaining or providing (something).
"she would ensure him a place in society"
synonyms: secure, guarantee, assure, certify, safeguard, set the seal on, clinch, entrench
"legislation to ensure equal opportunities for all"
make sure that (a problem) shall not occur.

It only matters if others aren’t speaking English correctly. If you’re American all bets are off.
 

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ALACOWMAN":1nbkyphx said:
callmefence":1nbkyphx said:
I would like to point out she was at taco Bell... There's no Mexican food served at taco Bell.
That's fact.. But some reason They keep getting ""best Mexican food award"""
Genuine Texicans know only Tex-Mex and the "mex" is often questionable.
 

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Nesikep":33lhtf1q said:
I find this thread ironic. So many wrong words used here!

e·mersed
əˈmərs/Submit
adjectiveBOTANY
denoting or characteristic of an aquatic plant reaching above the surface of the water.


im·merse
iˈmərs/Submit
verb
1.
dip or submerge in a liquid.
"immerse the paper in water for twenty minutes"
synonyms: submerge, dip, dunk, duck, sink, plunge; More
2.
involve oneself deeply in a particular activity or interest.
"she immersed herself in her work"
synonyms: absorb in, engross in, occupy by/with, engage in, involve in/with, bury in, swamp with, lose oneself in; More



in·sure
inˈSHo͝or/Submit
verb
1.
arrange for compensation in the event of damage to or loss of (property), or injury to or the death of (someone), in exchange for regular advance payments to a company or government agency.
"the table should be insured for $2,500"
2.
secure or protect someone against (a possible contingency).
"by appeasing Celia they might insure themselves against further misfortune"
Tip
Similar-sounding words
insure is sometimes confused with ensure

en·sure
inˈSHo͝or,enˈSHo͝or/Submit
verb
verb: ensure; 3rd person present: ensures; past tense: ensured; past participle: ensured; gerund or present participle: ensuring
make certain that (something) shall occur or be the case.
"the client must ensure that accurate records be kept"
synonyms: make sure, make certain, see to it; More
make certain of obtaining or providing (something).
"she would ensure him a place in society"
synonyms: secure, guarantee, assure, certify, safeguard, set the seal on, clinch, entrench
"legislation to ensure equal opportunities for all"
make sure that (a problem) shall not occur.
Now don't you feel like a smart SOG.
 

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