When Lewis asks Louisa in Spanish how old she is, he uses the phrase "¿Cuántos años?" (literally "How many years?")however the formal phrase used in Spanish to ask "How old are you?" is "¿Cuántos años tienes?" (literally "How many years do you have?") See more
My daddy, well, he used to leave me at my babysitter's. He used to put me in front of the TV to watch cartoons and he'd take her in the back and do her on the water bed. One day, he got wasted. He passed out, right? She comes out of the room. She asks me if I want to play. She puts me in her mouth. God, it felt good. Then my daddy came out. He slaps her in the face. She's bleeding from the nose and the mouth. Then he grabs her, pulls her pants down and does her on the floor, hard ...