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What is the connection (if any) between the symbol on this house in Sin, Huesca, and that of the Día supermarket chain?

What is the connection (if any) between the symbol on this house in Sin, Huesca, and that of the Día supermarket chain?

What is the connection (if any) between the symbol on this house in Sin, Huesca, and that of the Día supermarket chain?

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Sin really does exist. Here’s the sign:

One would obviously like to live in it, at least for a while, but owners are reluctant to sell.
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  1. Trevor,

    Here’s one to add to the collection of language-not-fully-comprehended anecdotes you might maintain.

    My aunt Fé, d.e.p., upon asking the waitress for water to accompany her meal at a local spot, was responded to with, “¿Con gas o líquida?”. Guíscanos.

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