– “Mañana” means “Tomorrow”
en español –
it also means “Morning”.

– The first “N” has a tilde on top,
which gives it an “nhe” sound.

– The first known usage of “Mañana”
occurred 2,512 years ago today,
when Lucius Claudius,
who had just returned from the Crusades,
told his wife, Ruttabaga Galatea,
that he would take out the garbage,
“Mañana por la mañana”
(“Tomorrow, early in the morning.”)

– Since this was the first time ever
that the word had been used,
Ruttabaga mistook it for “Cuyama”,
which also meant “Fornicate.”

– You can probably guess the rest.


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