This morning, while serving a monster sentence with Tiago Abravanel on “BBB 22” (TV Globo), Larissa made a grammatical slip. Sister used “mim” to conjugate the verb, when the grammatically correct form is to use “eu”. She corrected herself, saying she was “not Indian” to speak as such, stereotyping the communication of all indigenous peoples.
The sister complained about the difficulties in punishing the monster when she made a grammatical error: “The pants are a little loose and, because they are small rolls, they keep rubbing against each other. You know how it is.” Well, I’m suffering. To feel. ‘For me’, no I am not Indian. There is no ‘No’ for me.
Tiago agreed: “‘To do’ does not exist. It is ‘to do’ for me”.
“Exactly. I’m correcting myself, right? Because my love, the internet doesn’t forgive, no. That’s enough for that monster person who’s farting and still going out on the internet: ‘My for’. I’m not an Indian. f*ck it”, replied Larissa.
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