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A Spanglish phrase replacing the word "Leche," or "Milk." This phrase is often used by English speakers to express their want for a glass of milk from Spanish speakers.

Literally translating to "Water of Tatas," the phrase, though incorrect, is simple enough to understand, but is often ridiculed.

The motives in using this phrase range from ignorance to comic effect.

Urban level: 3
(Due to use of Spanglish and "Tatas")
>>> Excuse me... Can I trouble you for a glass of milk?

<< ¿Que?

>>> Uhm, Agua de tatas?

<< Ahhh, Leche!
by Becca~RYM January 17, 2014
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