Somewhere else on the body has a name that sounds close to
labio and now I know why...
i'm sure she likes your upper lips on her lower lips and anything else naturally combined with or on the lips, in lipsticky smooth kind of way and manner. lip plip....
Yes because sometimes the fact which of the labios te gustan could mean a difference between contracting a cold sore or a herpes.
If this saying were on a Duo t-shirt, how often would I get slapped?. I mean other than by my wife.
Why is "their lips" incorrect? You can't tell, without context, whether "sus" refers to one person (his, her) or more (their).
For a change from the normal "his" or "her", I put "their" and was rejected even though it was a correct option.
Apparently, the Duo team is too conservative when it comes to a threesome, lol! WHAT else are we to think about this whole business?
The bot put every sentence with anatomy key words in the medical section I guess. I would prefer it in the flirting section.
All these innuendos and I'm here thinking about VeggieTales... "Me gusta mis labios."
...well, I like your lips alright, Larry, but uh, Archibald is trying to give the Grapes a presentation on manatees. Could you please stop singing about them?
Me Gusto is indirectly referencing the object. It is similar to saying "It is pleasing to me". Therefore, Me Gustan is referencing multiple items similar to "They are pleasing to me". Me gusto sus labios would be similar to saying "They is pleasing to me".
Why is it "sus" labios rather than "los" labios? I thought that it was a different form of possessiveness for body parts.
It could be "his" or "their" too. Me gustan sus ojos -- I like his/her/their eyes. Take a pick.
Yep, I love my horses' lips. they are so soft!!! (I am taking advise to overlook duo's weird sentences.) Honestly, I would never need to say this in Spanish!
Sus labios is supposed to be your lips idk where the heck they got her lips from thats supposed to be los labios deja
Usually, all body parts are referred to as los or las not su or sus - u would not tell someone "I like your lips" - it would be assumed when u say los labios u were referring to the person's lips u are talking to - not some other girl...Unless u are discussing a menage a trois with one girl trying to involve a 2nd girl: "I like her lips...u will 2"
I was taught to use the articles el, los, las, la with parts if the body... That this was preferred. Los labios de ella.