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Numerology information Fresa:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Fresa:
preppy prep conceited rich stuck up 1. a preppy person called "Fresa" is a social term used in Mexico, not all latin america. It is "Mexican slang". 2. Fresa's are usually stuck up, have expensive clothes, cars, are usually middle high or high class, and talk different than everyone else. Like in every other country there are pseudo-fresas, those who pretend to be preppy but aren't. 3. Anyone above middle class is Mexican society is born cursed to be a Fresa 4. Fresa also means Strawberry in Spanish
"Ana... es una fresa!"
opposite of naco; a mexican slang word used to describe disgustingly rich, preppy stuck up mexicans with blonde highlights who usually are the offspring of rich Mexican political figures; fresas like to start each sentence with "osea guey"; fresas take over San Antonio, TX during Easter and Christmas and make a mess at all of the malls and ross stores
osea guey..no mames la neli se crea bien fresa, pero deberia de regresarse a nacolandia
A social slang term used in Mexico, before only a noun for strawberry, to describe stuck up Spanish girls or boys that have picky tastes, are extremely spoiled and always get their way, have little concern for the needs of others, and are snob, rude, and overly obnoxious. Densely populated in northern Mexico and the U.S. states that surround its northern border, they are often associated but quite different from preps through the fact that preps usually pay little attention to other "types” of people. They are, however, critical of other people and their personalities, believing that they are superior to everyone else, and mostly only associate with themselves. In most cases depending on region, Fresas can’t speak Spanish consistently or well, talk differently from those around them, look like they are white, sometimes deny their culture or don't want to be what they are. They are also usually of middle high or high class so they believe they are better at life when in fact it doesn’t mean shit. Anyone above middle class in Mexican society is often born cursed to be a Fresa. Some Fresas are actually pseudo-fresas, those who pretend to be Fresa but aren't, and are the most susceptible to criticism from those against the Fresa way. It is a sad way of acting, let alone life, and they are a disappointment and pitiful embarrassment to Mexico. In fact there is an unspoken rivalry between Fresas and non-Fresas that has only led to bitter up front hate against each group.
-a cool regular guy goes up to a bunch of Fresas during school and asks one of them… Dude: Hola, what is your name? Fresa: Ungh, who are you, get out of here choto! Dude: …*Amazed at her disrespect he thinks in awe and stares, finally saying* Pinche Fresa Chingate, you think your better than me, why don’t you learn Spanish, get your head out of your ass, and get a life! Suck it bitches!!
Mexican slang for preppy, but not in the old-fashioned sense, as in a well-bred, prep school-educated (in Mexico or the US), Old Family young man/woman, but in the current sense, as a crass, public school-educated, anonymous middle-class arriviste. They're, nonetheless, looked up to and envied by the lower classes.
Songs about Fresa:
Amor Fresa (Album Version) by Los Más Buscados from the Album Amor Fresh
Le Quito Lo Fresa by Roberto Junior Y Su Bandeño from the Album Le Quito Lo Fresa
Amor Fresa (Album Version) by Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga from the Album Amor Enfermo
La niña fresa by Banda Zeta from the Album Fiesta Mexicana con Banda (USA)
Le Quito Lo Fresa by Roberto Junior Y Su Bandeño from the Album El Coco No
La Chica Gomela (Niña Fresa) by Vallenatos Nativos from the Album Latin Vallenatos
Mix Moda 1: Mete y Saca / La Chica Fresa by Cumbia Latin Band from the Album Cumbia Latina 100 Hits
Books about Fresa:
Una boda sin fresas (HQÑ) (Spanish Edition) by Lorraine Cocó (May 1, 2014)
Las fresas son rojas by Petr Horacek (Aug 5, 2014)
The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear/El Ratoncito, La Fresa Roja y Madura y El Gran... by Don Wood and Audrey Wood (Jul 1, 2011)
"CUENTOS PARA LEER, SABOREANDO FRESAS CON CREMA" (Spanish Edition) by Delia Goldadler Joison (Oct 4, 2014)
Campos de fresas/ Strawberry Fields (Gran Angular; Alerta Roja) (Spanish Edition) by Jordi Sierra I Fabra (Apr 20, 2007)
Frases y Fresas: Entre el sabor, el saber y la sabiduría (Spanish Edition) by Ramiro Gonzáles Sosa and José Manuel Colmenares Grunberger (Oct 12, 2014)
FRESA Y CHOCOLATE by AURELIA AURITA (Apr 1, 2014)
Movies about Fresa:
Strawberry & Chocolate - 2009 NC-17 - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins Starring: Jorge Perugorria Directed by: Tomas Gutierrez Alea
FRESA Y CHOCOLATE - Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins Starring: Jorge Perugorría, Vladimir Cruz, et al. Directed by: Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, et al.
Wild Strawberries - Runtime: 1 hr 28 mins Directed by: Ingmar Bergman
Cine Iberoamericano- Fresa Y Chocolate/cabeza De Vaca/lugares Comunes Los Amantes De Circulo Polar/el Tigre De... -
PELICULA BOCA DE FRESA Unrated -
Tarta de Fresa - Navidad para Tarta de Fresa Unrated - Runtime: 43 mins
Duo Tarta De Fresa Varios Unrated -
Wiki information Fresa:
Fresa is a slang social term used in Mexico to describe a cultural stereotype of superficial youngsters who, by the traditional definition of the word, came from a high class and educated family. The word was originally used by teenagers and young...
Strawberry and Chocolate is a Cuban-Spanish-Mexican co-produced film, directed by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío, based on the short story "The Wolf, The Forest and the New Man" written by Senel Paz in 1990. Senel Paz also wrote the...