Thursday, 16 July 2020

Is It Costarrisense or Costarricense? Don’t Ask At The Library

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This image appeared on Facebook and shows the misspelling of “Costarricense” in the library. A note says that the sign has come down after appearing on FB.

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Sign warns visitors to not to have “relaciones” (sex) in the area.

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