"Soy un pingüino."
It's funny because I am actually a penguin who lives in the South Pole. My friend, Popper, sent me this site through my Facebook page. I'm one of the more... progressive penguins out there.
You win 10 internetz for knowing, and properly using polyglot in an alliterative sentence.
Very interesting sentence. I'm sure this sentence is actually used somewhere in the world on October 31st. :)
Hahaha, you actually missed the dots on the U and switched the I for an E, Pingüino-man! :D
Any one of us could actually BE a penguin, the internet is pretty powerful these days. Knowing who the penguin is, however...
Why is there an umlaut (double dots) above the u in "pingüino"? What does that symbol indicate in Spanish?
Curiously, it was said by a president often. But it is a local meaning of theirs.
For joke there are lots, e.g., https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yo-no-soy-Infantil-Solo-soy-un-Pinguino-kon-kara-de-Monstruo/147888568700746