OMG, it worked -- my first +ntilde; (N/T)!

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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:
: &n~;

: 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 ao 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: to make an on a web page.

: : Bill

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