Speak Like A True Jerga 2

By BobbyRica | February 23, 2012


Here’s another great example of the Peruvian’s habit of turning phrases backwards and rearranging them in ways only a native can understand. The Peruvian keepers of the law is called a TOMBO (tom-boh). One time during the Eighties, the police uniform had characteristically huge buttons on them. So the natives played on that: boton became tombo.

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