[MUSIC PLAYING] COWBOY 1: Agua Agua. Agua. COWBOY 2: Here is some water. COWBOY 1: Muchas gracias. COWBOY 2: Why are you pouring
the agua on your hands? COWBOY 2: [SPEAKING SPANISH]
HE SAID NEEDED WATER TO EAT HIS FOOD
bocadillo? is sandwich in spanish
i learn't sandwich was sandwich in spanish (d 'a' has an accent thou)
My mom tells the story of how I used to ask for a glass of agua when I was about 2 years old (back in the early 1980's) before I ever learned the word water. I learned it from Sesame Street… possibly from this cartoon.
Well, if he wasn't crawling on the ground, getting his hands dirty, he wouldn't need to wash his hands so badly.
His Spanish sounded specifically Puerto Rican. Maybe that's what the voice actor was…?
I forgot about this one.
I said my frist word from this video…
@afriendofbean I don't think that's correct. The correct course of action would have required the crawling man to take out a napkin, cleanse his hands before grabbing the glass of agua and then drink a lil bit after he gave the first bite to his sandwich. Then upon finishing eating, he would then proceed to use the agua to wash his hands.
@aleyaad When I lived in Spanish it meant sandwich…
@seygra20 in Spain we said bocadillo…
what is he saying in Spanish?
"me hace falta agua para lavarme las manos ahora puedo comerme mi bocadillo" "i need some water to wash my hands, now i can eat my food."
THANK you! I had wondered for a LONG time what he said! THANKS again!!!!!!
Luis did the same thing in a sketch. He said he needs water to wash his hands to eat his sandwich.
I remember seeing this on TV at a daycare center as a child. Thanks for posting this!!
Why did they add background music to this? I prefer the original.
I need Abuja myself
I vividly remember this short. I remember mimicking it and my mom telling me that Agua wasn't a real word. Lol
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