I came across a comment on Facebook that went like this:
Mira te presumo mis dientes de marfil.
According to Google the sentence translates as:
I think my teeth look like ivory.
Although I know presumir means to presume, dientes means teeth, and marfil means ivory, I am still having a hard time understanding the syntax. Why does the sentence start with mirar? And shouldn't we have como instead of de? Another thing, what's the te there for when the sentence has nobody in the second person?