Conversation Between Ivysaur and Honest
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  1. Honest
    May 10th, 2021 4:30 AM
    I do plan on visiting again, so maybe you'll get your chance eventually! Was with the gf, we hit a couple of neat spots. El Retiro Park and the museum that held La Guernica. Also hit that massive club, forgot the name, the one with 7 floors or so? Def had my most memorable night there, the song Tusa will always remind me of the trip haha
  2. Ivysaur
    April 27th, 2021 2:04 PM
    Oh man, I would have loved to say hello. Guess same energy as when I was in NY two years ago.
    Which places did you visit? I'm getting some experience being a tour guide just from touring people around (last year, Omicron and Kaori visited before everything started burning).
  3. Honest
    April 27th, 2021 1:38 PM
    Nice! I was actually in Madrid last January, absolutely gorgeous city. Had the time of my life there. And yes you should! When the world stops trying to kill itself anyway.
  4. Ivysaur
    April 27th, 2021 1:31 PM
    Heey it's been a while, good thing you recognised me! I did visit Rika and had a great time with them lol, wish I could travel again. I need to go back to the US northeast next time I have a chance.
  5. Honest
    March 2nd, 2014 1:49 PM
    Very late reply, oops. I guess every language has it's weird rules and variations, eh? Although I'm only basing that off English and Spanish ;x
  6. Ivysaur
    February 21st, 2014 3:55 AM
    Well, there are several versions for each "you": tú and vos for singular and ustedes and vosotros for plural. I find it ridiculous that Argentinians use vos and ustedes while we use tú and vosotros. I think nobody uses the vos/vosotros combo, which is the one that actually makes the most sense.

    Oh and yeah, that's terrible. When we want to mock them, we replace their "y" and "ll" for "sh", because that's how it sounds. Oh, and their c/z for s. "Disen que va a shover".
  7. Honest
    February 20th, 2014 6:39 PM
    I never did learn vosotros while learning High School Spanish... I'm gonna have to retake Spanish in college, I cry. My Spanish teacher was Argentinian, so I learned to pronounce 'll' like a 'j' D:
  8. Ivysaur
    February 18th, 2014 3:34 PM
    But much much uglier. And they don't speak "proper" Spanish, they use "vos" Spanish and they are unable to pronounce "c" or "z". Oh, and they use funny "ll" and "y".
  9. Honest
    February 18th, 2014 9:17 AM
    That actually sounds remarkably similar to Manhattan. O.o With the potholes and grid structure and what not. I think I'd feel right at home as soon as I learn proper Spanish :P
  10. Ivysaur
    February 17th, 2014 5:29 PM
    Hmm. It depends. The city is showing its age, with some zones very deteriorated due to lack of conservation, while the streets are really bad (lots of potholes everywhere) and the city is entirely car-oriented- it's hard to navigate otherwise.

    Also, after living all my life in traditional European "put your house wherever you felt like" cities and towns, this perfectly geometrical grid of streets feels very oppressive, and there are barely any green areas or squares anywhere, other than a few select places. And the river crossing the city is in the top 10 of "most polluted areas in the world".
  11. Honest
    February 17th, 2014 5:18 PM
    Buenos Aires, oh man, I heard it's beautiful there. ;_; I wish I could visit one day.
  12. Ivysaur
    February 17th, 2014 5:14 PM
    Well, I'm still in the same house since I got to Buenos Aires in October, and it's too much hassle to move since I'll be leaving in July anyway.
  13. Honest
    February 17th, 2014 5:10 PM
    Somehow o.o Seems like we talk less, weird. And awww, that sucks. Did you relocate, by the way?
  14. Ivysaur
    February 17th, 2014 5:03 PM
    And yet we have like six pages of VM's XD

    I'm doing fine, although sadly these days I don't have much time to do more than working/computer stuff D:
  15. Honest
    February 17th, 2014 10:42 AM
    How're you doing? ;3 We never really talk, so I figured I'd try to change that, haha