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« on: 03-10-2005 22:16 »
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 Okay, to be brutally honest, I'm obsessed with Bender saying "Augusto".

 In the first season DVD, John DiMaggio says it a few times, I'm just wondering, WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!

 This has been driving me nuts, I'd really, REALLY love to know.

 I can think of one episode he says it in at the moment, that'd be "The Why of Fry" when Leela asks Bender to burn the picture of the Mayors Aid;

L: "Bender, will you do the honors?"
B: "Augusto! *BELCH followed by fire breathing*".

 Thanks in advance!

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #1 on: 03-10-2005 22:23 »
« Last Edit on: 03-10-2005 22:23 »

Uh... I think you mean "with gusto", but I guess I could be wrong.

What the hell am I talking about. I'm not wrong.

« Reply #2 on: 03-10-2005 22:23 »
« Last Edit on: 03-10-2005 22:23 »

What does Gusto mean?

EDIT: I looked it up, Gusto: Zest, Enjoyment, pleasure.

 Makes sense, thanks! With Gusto. Augusto.

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