Speaking of soy yo, that’s always been something I struggle with considering my mente angloparlante.
Because in English we say “it’s me”, but soy yo is more literally “it is I”.
The other problem I have with it is much more profound in that English’s “it (is)” sounds almost distancing. Like…
Rain is comingFuji 200 – Minolta Dynax 5000iTaipei, TaiwanMay 2014- Chloe
getting on an elevator and turning to the person next to you like
lmao I fucked up my finger getting out of the car, damn you cultural Marxism
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