Nonsensical Trend of Putting an ‘Ñ’ where it Doesn’t Belong Extends to Marketing World

Excuse-me?

Transformative, Visionary & ‘Pioñeering’

Remember the “Latiñas” in Media New York Conference?

How about Spaiñ?

Well, it looks like the foolish trend of putting accents and eñes where they don’t belong is making its way to the media world.

According to NBC News, a group of “prominent Latinos” (is there any other kind?) has come together to found Ingeñuity a “content and experiential event firm that aims to connect clients with diverse audiences, with a focus on the Latino community.”

I’m not 100 percent sure, but I think they meant to say it’s a conteñt and experieñtial eveñt firm to coññect Latiño clieñts.

Ay, carambiña!

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2 Responses to Nonsensical Trend of Putting an ‘Ñ’ where it Doesn’t Belong Extends to Marketing World

  1. Jim Falls says:

    I’m a Jonque and this made me laugh! Boneheads.

    Cheers! Jim K6FWT CBLA #37

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  2. nicoparco says:

    ayay… gañan el trophy del cabroñ del ano!

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