A week ago, a new bus mascot happily presented itself to the world in Sabadell, a city outside of Barcelona in Spain. For some, it was big, unique, and colorful, with a certain je ne sais quoi. I, like many others, thought it looked like Pixar's Baymax, Spanish style. Others were taken aback by the mascot, even going so far as to call it the stuff of nightmares. In the end, I'm certain Sabadell's new bus mascot would have made a splash on social media in some way or another. However, it made an absolute tidal wave because of its name: "Bussi." As someone who is always among the last to learn the latest slang, I didn't think much of it. I thought it was just a funny name. However, my brain exploded when my editor tsked tsked and passed me the definition of a similarly spelled word from Urban Dictionary . I'll leave you to look it up. The coincidence led to delight, lots of laughter, confusion, and pledges of loyalty to Bussi (the mascot) from many in the LGBT community on Twitter, and now I understood why. However, as someone who is bilingual in Spanish and lives in… Read full this story
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