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Origin of the phrase “la quinta …” to denote an undesirable or faraway place
The Colombian phrase la quinta porra denotes an undesirable or faraway place. For example, ¡Váyase a la quinta porra! conveys the same meaning as Go to hell! The earliest use I could find ...
Dec 12 '11 at 2:47
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