In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1he dises his parents all the time — siempre les falta el respeto a sus padres Southern Cone
- Writing me and dissing people like this doesn't impress me.
- And dissing Rupert into the bargain, calling him ‘a terrorist’ indeed, is not only beneath you, but libellous.
- It is about an older woman that kind of takes advantage of a younger guy and, you know, ends up dissing him at the end of the relationship.
- Not too long into the conversation, though, and we're back where we started: dissing the Hollywood grind.
- It's bad enough that he's forced to preside over four days of the Queen's jubilee coverage, but then he's attacked by BBC viewers for dissing Her Majesty.
- I really like science fiction, so rest assured, I wasn't dissing the genre.
- At first, she won't speak to him, mad that he dissed her in front of their captain.
- I can't wait to get famous and have people start dissing me.
- You people need to stop dissing David Lee Roth and/or Van Halen.
- This week, politicians have been busily dissing opinion polls.
- He looks so strong because of something he used to say during his first campaign, often after casually dissing some issue or other.
- But Ray has slung an arrow through my heart by dissing Nick Cave.
- Hush Bert, I'm only posting my thoughts, not dissing you at all.
- So dissing your sis, poking fun of her or re-hashing your fights to everyone at the pool will most definitely backfire.
- People should make an effort to learn more about it before they go dissing it, because there's lots of different kinds of feminism.
- When you are dissing me, you are dissing Hollywood's new star couple.
- The last thing I want to do is start dissing the judge.
- Like actually watching it, dissing Channel 5 is a guilty pleasure.
- And she's still dissing a woman who stays at home as not having a real job.
- Let's review: He strings you along while downright dissing his girlfriend behind her back.
1falta de respeto feminine
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