Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The Most Ridiculous Use Of The Umlaut EVER?

(image from a cell phone pic)
You tell me...Original here. (I have nothing to say about the odd use of underlines either).

1 comment:

Theophylact said...

Well, it's in the great tradition of "This is Spinal Tap", in which "spinal" has a dotless lowercase "i" and an "n" with an umlaut. Note that there's no Unicode symbol for the latter.

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