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Keep Calm And Pretender Que Te Entiendo by Tespeon Keep Calm And Pretender Que Te Entiendo by Tespeon
First off, I DON'T SPEAK SPANISH SO IF THIS IS WRONG TELL ME PLEASE. My friend Robin translated this for me and I don't know if it's right or not :XD: This is for Lopez obviously :D
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I'll just get Andy the Bomb to translate. :3
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Mystic2760 Dec 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
See, the cool thing about speaking a language that no-one else knows/understands, is that you can say absolutely anything to them, and they wouldn't give a damn. XD
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Tespeon Dec 19, 2013  Student General Artist
Exactly! :D
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Pretend that you understand
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Tespeon Oct 6, 2013  Student General Artist
That's what I did when translating this :XD:
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WolfSong-of-Dragon Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
What does this mean? XD
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Tespeon Oct 13, 2012  Student General Artist
I don't quiet remember but it says something to the affect of pretend you understand them.
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WolfSong-of-Dragon Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Lol XD thanks
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Skiepki Jul 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is fantastic! I absolutely love these things!!

But if I may offer some spelling correction, or rather, grammatical correction... I took a few years of Spanish, but it was a while back, so I may not remember it correctly, but for the way you're using "pretender," which would be like a command, you need to conjugate it. "Pretender" is still in its infinitive form, meaning "to pretend." But for this specific thing, you want to tell the person to pretend, like a demand, so you'll need to conjugate it in the affirmative action tense.

So it should be "Pretende." That way, you changed its form to mean that you're telling the person to pretend, instead of having just the general word. Also, I think it needs to be "entiende" to match the form, but I'm a but unsure about that part.

Also, even if I may have conjugated "pretender" incorrectly, I know for a fact that you need to change it to the affirmative action form, but I'm pretty sure it's "pretende."

Sorry if I confused you with the Spanish grammar banter, I'm kind of a language freak, lol. But anyway, I hope this wasn't out of place, and that I helped at least a bit! ^_^ (And I apologize if it turns out I'm wrong, it's been a while since I've spoken any Spanish!)
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Tespeon Jul 17, 2012  Student General Artist
OH THANK YOU! I didn't know, I'll fix it right now thanks :D I'm pretty sure it's right, I'll ask my translator about it before fixing it actually :D Oh do you happen to know where I could send this to the Rooster Teeth guys? A lot of people have been asking me if these are for sale lol

Love the icon by the way :XD:
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