Five Bizarre Behaviors In Buenos Aires
Published on December 24, 2009
I am a Native Argentinian and I have to say that the "huevada" (the egger) is kind of like a ritual for us. It happens when you turn fifteen for the girls and when you finish university for everyone.
My friends set a trap for me after school and egged me and then threw flour at me, I had to take the bus home like that. It was hilarious though, because we do it to absolutely everyone.
Somebody needs to start a business collecting the mierda and turning into fertilizer--there could be $1 million just sitting on the sidewalk! And that would buy you at least $100,000 in monedas.
I asked an Argentine native if there is a name for the smearing eggs on somebody thing, which happens at all schools everywhere I have seen from small to large. The name had "huevo" in it, but I ultimately found out that they don't have a single name for it.
My name would be called "Start running once you see your friends cameraphones aiming at you"
What about the paint? Does anyone know? I almost got initiated just walking down the street by a pack of pre-teens.
How true about dinner and partying. Nice addition.
Here's one: How about geting used to meeting for drinks around 9, dinner at 11, and partying until 9 a.m.?