The word for today is PANCHO, which is a nick name for those who are named Francisco
Not to be confused with PLANCHO, which is, I iron (as in ironing clothes)
Not to be confused with PONCHO, which is, as you know, a woolen garment
Or PINCHO, which means: I pinch
I pinch Francisco and iron his coat
Yo pincho a Pancho y plancho su poncho
The word for today is CULPA, which means fault
Not to be confused with PULPA, which means pulp
Not to be confused with PULPO, which means octopus
PULPITO means baby octopus but it also means pulpit
Not to be confused with PALPITO, an irregular heart rhythm
It’s the baby octopus’ fault that the father octopus has arrhythmia
Es culpa del pulpito que el papá pulpo tenga pálpito
The word for today is COMA, which means comma or it also means you must eat.
Not to be confused with COMO, which means how but it also means I eat.
Not to be confused with CAMA, which means bed.
Not to be confused with CAMO, which means… oh, never mind, camo is not a Spanish word.
Bonus: CAMARA means camera but it also means chamber
And CAMARO is the name of a car
How do you eat on your bed with a camera?
Como comes en la cama con una camara?