Posted by Ken in SF (other posts) on September 24, 2013 at 01:50:52:
In Reply to: ROFL!!! OMG, this is too funny... posted by Ken in SF on September 24, 2013 at 01:46:05:
: OMG Bill, I never meant to wish them many happy "assholes"; but many happy "YEARS" together... although if they both happen to enjoy each other's rear end a lot, then of course I'll wish them BOTH of the above (LOL)!!
: OK, let me try out putting the ~ over the letter n here:
: Hmmmm, guess this is a good example of how computer-stupid I can be!
: - Ken
: : : Yo quiero muchos anos de felicidad para los dos de Ustedes, con una vida de salud, y tambien espero que tienes todas cosas buenas para muchas muchas anos! (no se' como escribir ~ con la letra n, pardona me!)
: : : - Ken in San Francisco
: : Oh, my, Ken! The tilde over the n in año is the one place in Spanish that you don't want to leave it out! Without the tilde, it means asshole! (Well, maybe you wanted to wish them many happy assholes!)
: : Type an ampersand plus 'ntilde' plus a semicolon, like this: ñ to make an ñ on a web page.
: : Bill