Between shelves, We understand each other, but if a foreigner is listening to us or we are in another state in Mexico, if we throw away some expressions like “bardo,”, “orders”, and her” in response to our question, they may not be able to fully understand what we mean by “do you understand?” or if we say “It’s okay paw”.
Here we explain what we mean by regios when we say something is okay, and we explain what other expressions are commonly used by people who live in Monterrey or another municipality of Nuevo León.
It is royal to say:
- Nutty, nutty; spoiled, spoiled. For example: “Your son is crazy.”
- Toss the lion: Ignore. For example: “Throw it to the lion when he tells you to go.”
- Do you get it?: It means whether you understand or understand a topic. For example: “Do you understand that it is very hot?”
- Leather, leather—they express something beautiful and delicate. For example, “What leather does the baby look like?”
- Guy. You use it to introduce a statement equivalent to “how.” For example: “The guy was at my house, and I fell asleep.”
- Huerco, here: They refer to a boy or a girl
- Pull Roll: It’s used to say that someone talks a lot and is trying to conquer or flirt
- Yuki: That’s what they call the desserts made from crushed ice that have some flavor and are known as “raspados” in other states of Mexico.
- He is with his mother: This is to express that they like something very much. For example: Barrio Antiguo is with the mother!
- Throwing a car means making fun or joking.
What is “okay paw”?
“It’s okay, paw”, what does that mean? A very royal person uses “it’s a good leg” to express that they don’t like something, that they don’t like it, or that they think it’s poorly made or “crappy”.
For example: “Don’t buy this brand of snow because it’s too bad.”