“Day bay day” is another marvellous discovery among many:
Zardá is a company that is investing day bay day during forty years, and developing their own systems and mechanics, manufactured enteredly for our company, guaranteeing a prolonged use without defects or demages.
Our intention has been desing transformable forniture in which their functionality, design and quality have given a product always innovator.
The secret of our products resides in the quality of the elected material. Together with the experience and ability of our team, that during the whole process carries out a constant and looked after task, guided to get a high quality in our sofas.
Sofás Cama Zarda, s.l. guarantees the correct manufacturing and quality of is products. It will assume the article reparing subject to its factory reception. The guarantee will be only effective when the claim goes with the purchase invoice.
The guarantee will only affect to manufacturing problems. The guarantee will not cover the demages produced by moving, installation or inadequated use.
- But is that acorn-fed Iberian black pig or shoe leather you’re chomping?
Christmas time is ham time. It’s also a time when, knowing that some of you may have had one or two bottles too many, some tapas bars and restaurants will flog you cheap ham as something rather better – cat for hare, as the Spanish say. In the run up to Christmas last year the …
- The etymology and typology of “trash bean”
Kindly contributed by C, here’s a sign from the toilets of a restaurant in Jaén:
There is too much material here to deal with in one post, but we can report that modern forensic linguistics, combined with a couple of glasses of wine, have led …
- Santa Coloma de Gramenet council website
I’m not sure whether the English version (half of which is in Catalan) of the website of the Ajuntament de Santa Coloma de Gramenet counts as fucked translation or not. The following, part of the greeting from Mayor Bartomeu Muñoz i Calvet, is typical:
I want to sincerely welcome you to the doorway grame.net, where you
- The English School, Barcelona struggles with English
I liked this bit about the school spelling competition:
Obviously, spelling in our three languages causes problems, but these are gradually overcomed with a high standard being obtained.
The site is full of simple errors, so that the school’s claim to offer “a high quality academical, linguistic and cultural education” seems dubious in at least one respect.
(Thanks JD) …