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Homero Simpson, pachorrudo.

O sea, no me lo tomen a mal …but you know as well as I do that we can all be bien pachorrudos when we want to be.  Those days when despite how much we may push ourselves mentally, going through all the things we have to do on our list, we just can’t manage to make ourselves get up and out of the bed or off of the couch.  If every action begins with a first step on these days we’ve made up our mind that we’re not performing any actions at all!  I kind of look forward to those days if I’m completely honest.

En español you could say you’re just bien pachorrudo, or you’re in a pachorrudo mood.

Sigh!  The Urban Dictionary doesn’t even have this word defined either.  ¿No les digo?  ¡Cómo que nadie nos entiende a nosotros los inspirados, jajaja! 

I did find this video definition though.  Kind of cool, I think.

In English: someone who is excessively calm and/or who has a complete lack of concern for anything.  Hmm….

Sound familiar? Eh! Eh! LOL!

No pues no… it happens to the best of us.  I wouldn’t worry too much about it.

Oh wait, or is that showing a lack of concern?! 

¡Ay Dios Mio!  I’m out of control…

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Writer’s Disclaimer: When I say mexi-vocabulario I don’t necessarily mean these words are exclusively Mexican, or only used by Mexicans.  This is simply an expression of how they were introduced to me in our Mexican Spanish.

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