Friday, 30 October 2020

The Simpsons in Costa Rica!

The Simpsons are told that "Pura Vida" is a state of mind about being a million times happy.

In episode 7 of season 31, the animated series that has lasted the longest in the history of television in the United States, the Simpsons, are invited to come on vacation to Costa Rica.

Homer and Marge accept the invitation from their friends, the Van Housten (Mr. Kirk and Mrs. Luann), who are Milhouse’s parents, to spend a few days full of beach, sand, and sea in Puta Vida.

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In the Simpson’s episode, “Pura Vida” is explained as a state of mind about being a million times happy.

“Mmm, this is a pura vida in a glass”

See the entire episode here.

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LOS SIMPSON EN COSTA RICA – ESPAÑOL from Puntarenas Se Oye on Vimeo.

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