OsoMayor...OsoMajor, it's all the same, no!?
One of these days I'll be there Gretchen6, until then I'll have to settle for the ones we have here at home.
Not to get off the subject, (like it never happens here on MadridMan Message Boards), but speaking about "Osomayor y Osomajor", why do spanish speakers pronounce J as Y and vice versa in english. For example, my wife's name is Jennifer, but my mom & dad call her "Yennifer" or "Yennie", yet they lived on a street named York but pronounced it "Jork"! If they can say Jork why can't they say Jennifer?
Also, shouldn't the J be pronounce as an H in spanish? So shouldn't they pronounce my wife's name as "Hennifer" or "Hennie"?