How do you Say ‘Plum Tomato’ in U.S. Spanish?

One of the most beautiful things about language is that it manages to re-invent itself, transforming the names of otherwise unpronounceable stuff into things we (phonetic-language-speaking people) can understand -and pronounce properly.

How else would you explain the wonderful transformation of “plum tomato” to plontomero?

I don’t know you but these plontomeros would be delicious in this type of salad.

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2 Responses to How do you Say ‘Plum Tomato’ in U.S. Spanish?

  1. MOGOLLAN says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA….. entonces los “plontomeros” van bien con una ensalada que tenga lechuga hispana….. HAHAHAHAHAHA.

    Me meo de la risa….

  2. TFF!!!!!!!!!!!

    I can ALWAYS count on your Blog for a Good Laugh!

    Gracias!!

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