Catalanophobia can go far. To the United States, specifically. The newspaper ABC published an interview with a father who sent his daughter to study in the US because in Mallorca “everything is in Catalan”. And Twitter users have not seen any flaw in their logic.
And in Massachusetts it is in Spanish pic.twitter.com/xAVHs7VSUl
— Raquel (@RaqeulCarbalall) September 20, 2022
It falls out of the box that the father refers to the fact that if he does not study in Spanish he prefers that he do it in Englishbut users have not missed the opportunity to take advantage of the humor of the theme.
Being able to choose where her daughter can study, and if the problem is with Catalan, it would seem more logical to send her to Albacete, for example. or cAny place where only Spanish is spoken.
The issue has generated great confusion among tweeters, who did not see the need to send it so far.
I see him saying “talk to me in Cristiano”😂 https://t.co/Bhn7lgSDmj
— Look, mom, a fool! (@miramamuntonto) September 20, 2022
— ares¡ 🦎 (@louisbf_) September 21, 2022
😂 😂 😂 https://t.co/HwjuSPTFbq
— Jordistone 🏴☠️🍀#FreeAssange⭐ (@JordiStone2) September 21, 2022
Tell me that you have not set foot on Mallorca without saying that you have not set foot on Mallorca https://t.co/c1it5qQ0On
— Ｇａｔ０ Ｃｙｂｅｒｐｕｎｋ (@The_Gat0) September 21, 2022
Assuming it’s true, which I doubt, if you can send your daughter to the United States you can send her to Castilla la Mancha, Madrid, Extremadura, Andalusia… Perfectly. https://t.co/FatCmuX6po
— 🕹️ DRACO 🎄 (@DRACOdio_) September 21, 2022
Also surprising is the ‘struggle’ referred to in the headline. And it is that a father who, due to a tantrum, spends a considerable amount of money to send his daughter abroad, does not seem to be having great difficulties.