El What?


It sucks to get behind a truck moving 45 mph on a crowded highway with no hope of merging. It’s even worse when you are already late for work. To compound it, when you finally do get there, you swing into the meeting and apologize by saying you were stuck behind El Juereno. Really shoots your credibility to shit.

Ooo! Ooo! Make sure to swing by Macabre Fitness to read Romi’s hilarious story. Muy worth it.

15 thoughts on “El What?

  1. Why do you always get stuck behind the slowest car when your running late? It never fails! I am curious to find out what the hell a Juereno is though.

  2. El Juereno is a little known word in spanish.
    Literally translated it means: “Im a slow driver and theres not a goddamn thing you can do about it!”

  3. I’m not 100% sure but I think El Juereno (with a tilde mark over the n) is a reference that the owner is from the city of Juarez in Mexico. Like I would be an Arkansan b/c I’m from Arkansas. Being behind slow people totally sucks!

  4. I’m going with JoshC’s translation. I got behind a Juereno the other day on the way to work. I’ve never wanted a KITT turbo boost button so much in my life.

  5. I didn’t want to post until I was sure what it was.

    A Juereno (hu-wer-eno) is Mexico-Spanish slang for a Mexican foreigner here in America, slightly derogatory.
    So the person who owns the truck is Claiming the Juereno title by calling himself THE Foreigner.

    makey sensey?

  6. It sounds like the name of a hot Latin Lover…like how cool would it be to come into work all late, out-of-breath, and hair tousled, stating: “Wow, sorry I’m late, but I got held up by “El Juereno”, you know how it is…*insert giggle*”….and then I’d have a reputation as the office-slut….ahhh…a girl can dream.

  7. I love those Mexican lunch trucks because of the weird names. I would never eat from them as we call them “Roach Coaches” which is pretty self explanatory. There is one that comes by our work that had “Sangwiches” on the menu! HAHAHA!

Speak to me, Egor.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s