Some time ago, there was a famous advetising line in Italy: "Two is meglio che One". By mixing three English words that everybody knows (one, two, is) with an Italian phrase ( "meglio che" = "better than" ) they got the public attention.
How would you translate, or better, render the same effect for English native speakers? I doubt that leaving it unchanged would work. Inverting the language, such as in "Due è better than Uno", might be better. Or not?