Lucky they put the accent on the ‘ó’

colon ring

Imagine how it would have been pronounced otherwise.

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  • If you make the mistake of watching the train-wreck known as “The Colon Ring,” your telephone will ring, and you _will_ die!

  • Frequently English-language publications lack the enye or tilde for the letter n,e.g. ñ. When writing about Cien Años de Soledad ( One Hundred Years of Solitude) by Gabriel García Márquez, we often see the word ANOS with out the tilde,Ñ. Which would be an anatomical reference worthy of a congress of proctologists: ONE HUNDRED ANUSES.

    • A slightly more “correct” translation will be ONE HUNDRED SOLITARY ANUSES. It sounds gross but…there it is language for you. The solution: do not translate anything and become a polyglot (it also sounds kind of gross.)

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