The beauty of being bilingual is not just able to seamlessly transition between cultures and languages - but also that you have twice as many memes to enjoy. There are 480 million native Spanish language speakers around the globe, according to the Cervantes Institute, and even they will tell you that sometimes Spanish grammar es una broma (a joke).

Whether you are native, learned it later, or are learning it now, no doubt this list of Spanish memes will make you 'jajaja.' From hilarious false cognates to trying to understand the different expressions between countries (that's right, not everyone speaks the same Spanish) to literal Google translations that make absolutely no sense in English, there are Spanish jokes for everyone. Scroll down to enjoy, and don't forget to upvote your favs!

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Kaisu
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10 months ago

I once heard a dad joke like: Dad: What are you drinking? Son: Soy milk, Dad: Hola milk, soy tu padre

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Spanish is the second most widely spoken language after Chinese, which is spoken by over a billion people. Spanish speakers surpass English as English falls in third place with 335 million native speakers around the world. While there are roughly over 500 million Spanish speakers if you include non-native speakers.

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Unhuman_Weirdo
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10 months ago (edited)

I used to do this on Spanish tests as I was like “Oh WeLl If ThIs EnDs WiTh A lEtTeR o ThEn AlL oF tHeM sHoUlD tOo”

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

Jajajaja (laughing in Spanish)

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Spanish is the official language of 21 countries around the world in Europe, Africa, Central, South and North America. In addition to these 21 sovereign states, it is also used as a key language for a couple of dependent territories. Spanish comes in fourth place as the most widespread language in terms of countries, with English (112) at number one then French (60) then Arabic (57).

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G.
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10 months ago

I haven't see it like that xD and I speak spanish but now my brain is ....kaboom

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sizzly grapes
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10 months ago

looks like half of my classmates have been saying anus in front of my Spanish teacher this whole time

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One major differences between English and Spanish is reading and pronunciation. Spanish is a phonetic language, which means that each letter is pronounced consistently and represents a certain sound. Thanks to the phonetic nature of Spanish it is one of the simpler languages for people to learn, particularly in terms of Spanish word spelling and speaking.

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Jeremie Guerra
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10 months ago

And then you get even more embarrassed :)

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

even as a bilingual you start doubting yourself

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The Royal Spanish Academy is the official authority responsible for the Spanish language. Headquartered in Madrid it runs multiple language academies through the Association of Spanish Language Academies in the 21 other Spanish-speaking countries.The Academy began in the 18th century and has published dictionaries and grammar rule books, which have since been officially implemented across the Spanish-speaking world.

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Dani
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10 months ago

Ohhh yes.

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G.
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10 months ago

Oh man xD Is the same with Luna for example

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Spain Spanish and Spanish that is spoken in Latin America hold multiple differences. The language was spread from the Iberian Peninsula to Latin countries through colonization. Each colony developed differently and thus grew different cultures and ways of speaking the language. One example of this is the use of 'vos.' In Spain, this is used as for second-person plural to mean "you all," however in Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina, it is used as a polite second-person singular pronoun. 


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Iván Galarraga
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10 months ago

More fit would have been "Luk, ayam llor papi" " ¡Ay carajo, NOOOO!"

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Kristy P
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10 months ago

No.

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

for those who are wondering. This is how a Spanish person would pronounce this. I know I used to pronounce Sprite: esprait

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Giorgio Prodoti
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10 months ago

we Italians usually say the same thing, but adding an "s" to the end

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Joannie Goulet
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10 months ago

I live on the border between Quebec and Ontario. Here we speak Frenglish.

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Chantal Hansen
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10 months ago

lupa = el lente de aumento and in german you can say also Lupe

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Jeremie Guerra
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10 months ago

"Hola, sostén la puerta con un tenedor" ... that works :)

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chi-wei shen
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10 months ago

The German "Bananen" is plural while all the other words seem to be singular.

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Kaisu
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10 months ago

I'm sorry, but this is nothing compared to Finnish

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

sometimes I use both. Jajahaha

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

this is why I changed mine to ¡ah, ya!

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Dani
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10 months ago

Eh. Spanish grammar makes more sense than English...

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

como te Alpaca? huh?

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago (edited)

LOL (riendome muy ruidoso)

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Luis Milian
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10 months ago

in some countries saying "soy un pato" is Spanish slang for saying "I am gay"

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Marina Rios
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10 months ago

I am going to I have a not very good time. (And time is incorrectly feminine.)

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Carolina Marshall
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10 months ago

This is Spanish from Spain and not Latin America

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Unhuman_Weirdo
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10 months ago

:( poor you :(

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Kaisu
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10 months ago

It's not a weird language, people are just lazy about learning the ñ

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Monika Soffronow
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10 months ago

True

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