A Conversation for Handy Latin Phrases

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stercorem pro cerebro habet? eg "S/He is one of whom the Romans would have said stercorem pro cerebro habet" - in other words a rather nice and obscure way of saying someone has ah excrement for brains smiley - winkeye

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Thanks Spanner Girl. Seen any good arguments recently?

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try the love is (2) forum, although we're all either too damn romantic, or too cynical, to get really stuck in to each other - it's all pretty genial actually, the more i think about it. well by my standards anyway.

i'll have to see if i can blunder my way into some more vicious ones (other than me and hardlabour having a go at each other - we do that all the time) smiley - smiley

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Lonnytunes - Winter Is Here

Merkin, here's a few new ones

Fac ut nemo me vocet - Hold my calls

Noli hoc praeterire - Don't pass this on

Amicule, num is sum qui mentiar tibi - Baby, would I lie to you?

Ego te demitto - You're fired

Ne auderis delere orbem rigidum meum - Don't you dare erase my hard drive

And my favourite - Credo Elvem ipsum etiam vivere - I believe Elvis is alive

I like using Latin as footnotes on emails, confusion rules smiley - bigeyes

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it's good isn't it. Especially in the workplace, since no-one wants to admit taht they have no idea what you're saying, since they assume it's something wise and educational, rather than an threat concerning the use of catapults.

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