Acabo de hacer una busqueda y al final y visto que la frase viene de un diccionario de argot callejera y es la explicación de la palabra Al final me parece que Xiroi lo tiene bien. La pregunta es si hay otra palabra para decir eso. York, England English - British. The slang term strawberry is a prostitute who trades sex for drugs, not just an ordinary prostitute.
They are not called that because of the red colour of a strawberry. That might help your translations. Lis48 , 19 de Noviembre de Yes, you are right, it was a real orphanage in Liverpool but later also the nickname given to a type of LSD and then to the feeling from taking drugs. I've never heard of it Guy 1: Here take a puff of this and then you'll see why everyone wants to go there. Estoy de acuerdo con Lis Strawberry no refiere al color, ni a una prostituta en general.
No sé de una traduccion, pero como dijo LIS48, una Strawberry es una chica que especificamente usa su cuerpo para comprar crack, y no para obtener dinero. HappyPinkEgg , 19 de Noviembre de BarVader , 7 de Enero de Debes conectarte o crear una cuenta para responder. Tu nombre o dirección de email: No, crear una cuenta ahora. A a a base de a bordo a caballo a cambio a cambio de a cappella a cargo de a causa de a ciegas Settings: Forum discussions with the word s "a" in the title: There are too many matching discussions for 'a'.
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