Español By Aitza Updated 11 Feb 2006 , 2:54am by Dale

Aitza Posted 9 Feb 2006 , 3:34pm
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Dos cositas: Reparaste tu horno? Y que decidiste hacer con tu nickname?

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tastycakes Posted 9 Feb 2006 , 3:37pm
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I don't speak Spanish, but I hope you're not naming a bakery Cakeria? Sounds to much like an illness: diarrhea, gonorrhea, cakeria.....

alimonkey Posted 9 Feb 2006 , 3:57pm
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Actually, she's addressing Cakeria, a frequent poster in the Spanish forum, asking her:

"Two things: Did you repair your oven? And what did you decide to do with your nickname?"

As far as the name Cakeria, I think it's a nice Spanish/English hybrid, since "eria" suffix usually means a place you can get something. E.g. a pasteleria is a bakery and a fruteria is the greengrocer.

I guess it's all about what you're used to hearing.

tastycakes Posted 9 Feb 2006 , 4:00pm
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Oops, so sorry...

CakeDesigns Posted 9 Feb 2006 , 6:25pm
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I'm just laughing here better yet cracking up reading your posts. OK so the thing with my name is that like you, TastyKake, my husband thinks that if you read the name is Spanish it sounds gross. Anyways, I did a poll and almost everyone said my name was OK so I'm keeping it for now.

Aitza, me quedo con el nombre por ahora. No creo que la gente lo estaba leyendo en español. Quizás cambie de opinión luego. No hemos podido arreglar el horno. Mi esposo ordenó una pieza que se supone llegue la semana que viene. Hize un bizcocho esta semana, 6" cuadrado, a 300 grados y como quiera quedó un hoyo en el centro. El hueco era bien pequeño y bastante arriba así que pude ponerle un poco del bizcocho que sobró. Espero que pueda arreglarlo ya que me hablaron para que hiciera un bizcocho a fin de mes. Gracias por preocuparte.

Aitza Posted 11 Feb 2006 , 1:15am
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Que divertido!!! tambien me rei muchisimo cuando leí lo que escribieron- de todos modos aparentemente le sugiere lo mismo en ingles y en español- a pesar de todo a mi me gusta mucho tu nickname- es muy original. Suerte con tu horno!!

bubblezmom Posted 11 Feb 2006 , 2:38am
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I like Cakeria. I can not pronounce Panderia correctly. My MidWest accent is too strong and it sounds like Pan-durr-reee-a. icon_biggrin.gif

chaptlps Posted 11 Feb 2006 , 2:46am
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I think La Panaderia is cute but then again in ohio i think most peeps would think you sold "pans" or cookware. O well.
Viva La Cakeria

Dale Posted 11 Feb 2006 , 2:54am
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¡Mi lápiz es amarillo!

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