NYC Farmers Market Joins Nonsensical Trend of Putting an ‘Ñ’ where it Doesn’t Belong

#ItsPoblanoNotPoblaño

Remember that nonsensical trend of putting “eñes” where they don’t belong just to make something look — and sound — more authentic?

Well, it looks like American salsa makers, media giants and Hispanic journalists organizations are not alone in this thing. As it turns out, local farmers markets is New York City are on it as well.

¡Ay carambiña!

Photo: @Saltasolt

Click on the gallery below to see what I’m talking about and repeat after me: ¡Coño, aprendan a usar la eñe! 

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