What more can I say? That above is a tilde but Urban Dictionary wanted more than "~" as a definition. Basically it's used in Spanish for some n's. but not all n's. Makes a sound like the middle n in "onion". This character does matter because of the difference in the words anos which means anus. And the word años which means years.
Tildes are so cool añd should be placed oñ more letters. Añyways, I just wañted to say that I thiñk they're ñeat.
Gamer 1: "Whew...I did it. I finally got 100 friends on XBL (Xbox Live). Now I can go to sleep."
Gamer 2: "Can I come back in there are wolves and pack rats out here?"
Gamer 1: "Shut up! Now put the bucket back on your head. Wow 100 frien"(cut off by Gamer 2).
Gamer 2: "Can I at least have a churro?"
Gamer 1: "NO!"
Gamer 2: "Ah...!"
Gamer 1: "100 friends".