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gfweb

gfweb

8 hours ago, heidih said:

 

Not LA speak or Spanglish. I think the writer was direct translating in his head roughly julienned pieces of the chile as opposed to chopped up. 

 

ETA: like thin strips

Its really the opposite of a slit, then🙄.

Don't they have editors over there?

gfweb

gfweb

8 hours ago, heidih said:

 

Not LA speak or Spanglish. I think the writer was direct translating in his head roughly julienned pieces of the chile as opposed to chopped up. 

 

ETA: like thin strips

Its really the opposite of a slit, then.

Don't they have editors over there?

gfweb

gfweb

8 hours ago, heidih said:

 

Not LA speak or Spanglish. I think the writer was direct translating in his head roughly julienned pieces of the chile as opposed to chopped up. 

 

ETA: like thin strips

Don't they have editors over there?

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