Oct 7, 2005, 8:53 AM
Post #13 of 18
Sangron or not...
A "sangron" is a person who has been bled dry (slang) usually by relatives and friends, financially.
That may be what it means elsewhere in Latin America, but in Mexico it means a person who is, uh, difficult, often grumpy. But, no matter, we should not quibble and fuss. I have long admired the name Jack, so Jack it will be. For now. I find the mugshot appealing and appropriate.
From Tzurumutaro, Michoacan, "The Village of the Darned."
The nuts and bolts of moving to Mexico:
The dark side of living in Mexico:
Scintillating life in a Mexican pueblo:
(This post was edited by Jack Palomares on Oct 7, 2005, 8:59 AM)