How to get angry in Spanish: The Local guide

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How to get angry in Spanish: The Local guide
Furious about something? Photo: John Mutford

Furious about something in Spain? Don't know how to let it all hang out? Here The Local gives you eight great Spanish expressions that will have you have you telling people to 'go and fry asparagus' in no time.


Life in Spain is full of frustrations, some minor and some not so minor. Whether it's banks that shut at 2pm, proudly grumpy waiters or stubborn bureaucrats, there are plenty of reasons for you to lose your cool. 

And while The Local recommends that you try and sail through life being unfailingly polite at all times, we also know that sometimes you're just going to fly right off the handle.  

That's why, we've put together a list of eight phrases to help you get amazingly angry in Spanish.

From telling people to go and fry asparagus to sending the odd egg or two, this list will make you an expert in exasperation in no time.

Click here to read The Local's guide to getting angry in Spanish

Learn how to express your anger. Photo: Joshua Zamrycki / Flickr




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