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What does "saca la pues" mean to someone in Mexico? Is it slang for how's it hanging? Or how's it going?

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It's not "saca la pues", it is "sácala", that literally translates to "bring it out".

This can be used literally to bring something out or also as a rude way to challenge someone, normally referring to a gun or anything referred to someone's manhood, I think you can guess what it means.

The "pues" is something like a "come on" used to urge someone to do something.

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  • Is it sexual in nature or more a challenge to fight? – Sisterfriend Nov 23 '17 at 22:16
  • in the rude way, it can be used in sexual nature, in the non-rude way it is totally neutral, – Mike Nov 24 '17 at 3:41

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