Ok, so I understand exactly how to say it just kidding in spanish. But I think this is most likely one of the most renowned concerns I gain all the time. "How execute you execute say, " I"m just kidding in spanish." ""Soooo, the method I say it is, "estoy jugando", which literally interpreted is I"m playing, but of course in conmessage many understand it as i"m kidding.BUT, what I would certainly like to know is, who knows other means to say "I"m kidding" in spanish. I think this will certainly be an amazing threview via some cool responses.

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Estoy bromeanexecute.

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to kid sb (ABOUT sth) tomarle el pelo a algn (con algo); he’s just kidding you on o alengthy o (AmE also) around- te está tomanexecute el pelo

b (deceive) engañar; who carry out you think you’re kidding?- ¿a quién te crees que estás engañando?;

you can’t kid me it was simply an oversight- a mí no me vas a hacer creer que se te pasó por alto;

you’re kidding yourself if …- te engañas si …;

don’t boy yourself! ¡no te hagas ilusiones!; soptimal kidding yourself!- ¡desengáñate!, ¡abre los ojos!


updated AGO 14, 2010
edited by nila45
posted by nila45
I favor this one: ¡no te hagas ilusiones! - --Mariana--, OCT 22, 2009
Hmm... I've never before heard that one prior to... I choose it! - LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA, OCT 22, 2009
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The initially believed I had was what Nila said: Estoy bromeando.

But, many thanks, DJ, it"s great to recognize other expressions. I"ll remember "estoy jugando" (goes into the mental file cabinet).


updated OCT 22, 2009
posted by --Mariana--
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Chiste, no más.

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updated OCT 22, 2009
posted by Nathaniel
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no te creas in mexico.. choose "dont believe it" they say that all the time


updated AGO 5, 2010
edited by bemorepacific911
posted by bemorepacific911
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DJ said:

I"ve never heard "broma" and also "bromeando", where"s that from?

The verb is bromear.


updated OCT 22, 2009
posted by --Mariana--
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I favor just how this is going, save "em coming. I"ve never heard "broma" and "bromeando", where"s that from?


updated OCT 22, 2009
posted by DJ_Huero
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Estoy bromeando (I am joking)Es una broma ( it is a joke)


updated OCT 22, 2009
posted by luhzon89