Taxi Latino

Today is Spanish Friday so this post is in Spanish. If you participated in Spanish Friday on your own blog, leave your link in comments. English translation is in italics!

Hace unas semanas fuimos manejando en la carretera, (quién sabe a dónde), y vimos este coche junto a nosotros.

The other week we were driving along the highway, (on our way to who knows where), and we spotted this car driving next to us.

Dice: Taxi Latino, “Todos los pasajeros viajan por el precio de uno.”
It says: Taxi Latino, “All passengers ride for the price of one.”

Yo ni siquiera voy a hacer una broma. La foto habla por sí misma.
I’m not even going to make a joke. The photo speaks for itself.

Posted on May 18, 2012, in en español, humor, Latinidad, Spanish Friday. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. yayasdelicias

    I am always looking for ways to save…this would be one time i will make an exception on feeding a stereotype lol chistosisimo!

  2. I guess they just wanted to clarify! LOL

  3. Oh come on, there’s got to be a joke in there somewhere about how may people they can get in there….Hilarious!

  4. This is very funny!!!

    Pero, all taxis have thatt “policy”… All passengers ride for the price of one… But este porque dice Taxi Latino, its like a challenge! LOL

  5. Jaja, me acuerdo cuando estuve en el Peru y nos cupimos 8 personas en un taxi pequeno…cuando conte esa historia a los colombianos en Bogota me dijeron que los peruanos son muy exagerados jaja. Crazy things happen in South America that would never pass in the U.S. because of our strict laws. My friend’s father (he’s Peruvian) says that in Peru, the driving laws are more like guidelines. So true!

    • LOL – I don’t think we’ve ever fit 8, but I spent a good portion of our trip to El Salvador in the backseat of a small car with 2 man-sized teenage boys and my 10 year old, (and I’m not exactly tiny myself.) … I’m still not sure how we fit, but that was the car our best friend had and we made the best of it. Jajaja.

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