¡ya está bien!, enough is enough!
¡ni hablar!, no way
no hay de qué, you're welcome or don't mention it - an alternative to de nada.
¿qué tenemos de manduca?, what's for grub? Manduca is a tad less formal than comer
and some other phrases you can just throw in to liven up your conversations
¡mira tú quién fue a hablar!, look who's talking!
beber como un cosaco, to drink like a fish
beber de un trago, to down something in one go
with elections coming up it's useful to have a couple of phrases to describe the parties
panda de chorizos ,which you already know is literally a bunch of sausages but really means a bunch of thieves.
of course you could also use ser uña y carne which really means they are as thick as thieves.
this one is my favourite phrase so far
¡Es que me crecen los enanos! which is a shortened form of Me pongo un circo y me crecen los enanos. literally I open a circus and my dwarfs grow, meaning I have such bad luck.
Now does anybody know what bigastrenenses mean when they say, what sounds like, talor or salor. We think it is a slang abbreviation for hasta luego (until later) but we're not sure and our teacher says she's never heard it.