- Apr 8, 2004
thanks for clearing that up.asdf123 said:i can, i'm israeli.
it's ziune, (zee-yun), not zune. but close.
i guess if it was spelled z-une....
not that it matters, i think this thing will be the punt of many jokes in all worldly cultures.
For those who don't get the reference, in Spanish "nova" translates into "doesn't go," which made it the butt of a lot of jokes among Spanish speakers.thedude110 said:Like the old Chevy Nova, then. But sexier. (Z-une sells, etc.).
I loved my old Chevy Nova, though. 'Till I blew the head gasket.
SourceFord had a similar problem in Brazil when the Pinto flopped. The company found out that Pinto was Brazilian slang for 'tiny male genitals'. Ford pulled all the nameplates off and changed the car's name to Corcel, which means horse.