English first world problems.
Diaria in latim means newspapers.
Diária (with accent) in Portuguese means daily and is also the name for the complete meal of the day at restaurants, including: soup, main dish, dessert and coffee all-in-one affordable price.
Its stressed syllable is on the first a, so it's not pronounced in any way similar to diarrhea (not to mention the spelling).
Here you go, you learnt something about the world today.
Thanks for the explanation. We should even check other languages.
This font sounds really crappy.
-hermione- It's diAria not diarrIa -/hermione-
Gross, no wonder it's on sale.
That would be awkward trying to convince a client to purchase this.
A poop joke on the top of the page? This is the kind of quality content I've come to expect from DN
boo. enjoy the giggle
NO FUN ALLOWED
That is not an english word, and it's spelled correctly. It's Certainly not spelled "Diarrhea" either.
It's a font. A huge market is people who speak English.