Goof:Esta grande chillon ya me frego doesn't stand for The big crybaby screwed me,it actually stands for"It is big loudmouth already washes myself"
Uh... no it doesn't.
Literally translated, but that's not how it's meant to be interpreted... it's a colloquialism. And the literally translation provided above is also may I point out, a bad one. It means, "the big dude already screwed me over" loosely translated. The verb Fregar does literally mean "to scrub" but used colloquially, it means "to mess with" or "to screw with".
Eric: I took the picture of Mrs. Lopez.
George: You little...! We have to make this a fair fight. (Sits down and holds out his fist) Roll into this!
George: (about Lawrence) Ladies and gentlemen, there goes the hardest-working colon in high school! (to Lawrence) Come on, man! Take another shot!
Lawrence: Yeah? Well, perhaps if the target was a little bigger, like ya head!
George: Angie! What're you doin' in the tank?!
Angie: Covering for you. You said you were just goin' to the bathroom. That was half an hour ago!
George: There was a long line. Churro?
(a girl throws a ball, but misses the target)
Angie: You are so lucky I didn't get dunked. (to the girl) Sweetie, why don't you save that last ball, and then when Mr. Lopez comes, then...
(for some strange reason, the girl ignores her and throws her last ball at the target, dunking Angie into the tank)
George: (to the watching crowd) That's all right! She's Cuban! She'll be in Miami in 2 days.
Angie (to Eric): I have half the mind to tie your hands behind your back and push you into a pool!
Jason: Mrs. Lopez,That would kill him.
George: If I wanted people to see a picture of my wife like that I would have married a playmate!
Benny: Yeah, that's what stopped you.
George: How's this? "Dear Lawrence, this is an apology. (pauses) Do not eat this letter".
George: (after Angie tries to convince the principal that George had no intention of teasing Lawrence) It's too late, Angie. Esta grande chillon ya me frego.
Principal Stahler: He said "the big crybaby screwed him". (George and Angie are surprised) I used to teach Spanish.
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