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Desc:toma toma toma!
Category:Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Family Guy, bait and switch
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
Date:05/30/07
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Cube - 2007-05-30
TV shows are 18% funnier when dubbed Spanish.
Xenocide - 2007-05-30
So is Quagmire a drunk in the Spanish version? Cause him going "drink, drink, drink" doesn't really make you think "wow, this guy sure likes sex!"

Of course, "giggidty" doesn't really mean anything, so I guess you've beaten us again, Latin America.
EvilHomer - 2007-05-30
Not sure if it's the same in Mexico, but I grew up near a large Puerto Rican neighborhood, and for them "toma" is one of the staple innuendos. Literally it means "drink" or "take", but it's commonly used to refer to "drinking" or "taking" a giant, sloppy cock. For example, if you're walking down the street and a gentleman says to you "Yo, mira cabron! TOMA!" means the fellow is trying to get your attention and is offering his man-sausage to you.

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2007-05-30
Much like "Skeet skeet skeet," people are going to be horrified by the true translation.
athodyd - 2007-05-30
Wow, either some Mexican guy does a dead-on Seth McFarlane or he gets extra money to do Brian's voiceover south of the border.
Cube - 2007-05-30
And to think I didn't find the voices similar at all!

Caminante Nocturno - 2007-05-30
Latin America has many very talented voice actors and actresses, as is proven by how awesome anime is in Spanish.

Xenocide - 2007-05-31
Spanish voice actors are often completely amazing. It's a shame how little they're paid. The Spanish voice of Homer Simpson has been with the show from the very beginning and still makes only an episode.

Hooker - 2007-05-30
Talk about an improvement on source material.
Pandatronic - 2007-05-30
This is one of the few Family Guy clips I'd five, English or no.
Caminante Nocturno - 2007-05-30
As I have always known and said, everything is better when dubbed in Spanish.
Herr Matthias - 2007-05-31
For the English version, see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3E5ZcmavZE
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