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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by patrickBOOTH, Feb 27, 2013.
Isnt Barbour (e.g. Beaufort) more versatile and breathable than a trench?
yes but its been established that only fat girls with piercings wear Barbour
Exactly as you would read it.
(which is usually the rule for Latin words; each letter in Classical Latin retains the same phonetic pronounciation regardless of context. I was told that in my very first lesson, as part of a list of reasons why Latin was going to be such an easy-peasy language to learn. That part didn't turn out quite right though; I gave it up at about 13/14. ).
xa xa that makes me a pierced fat girl than)))
as it is,it has its own drawbacks-my Beaufort is quite wide in the lower part so it gets cold in wind.
She's a hipster, so yes.
Lengua latina non est gradus anus rodentum
At the risk of offending the rat, tongue/language is lingua not lengua. But who am I to lecture on arselicking?
The thread has taken a strange turn, but it's still sort of related. I'm sure the WWI trenches were full of rats.
And if I was feeling dark, I'd also say that a soldier's life in that war was worth about the same as its proverbial backside.
See, isn't tangentiality wonderful?
It's actually pronounced: ˈäkwə skoō təm.
si hoc legere scis nimium eruditiones habes
= if [you] know how to read this [you] are too erudite [?]
that's as far as my Latin goes.
Loosely: "If you can read this, you're over-educated."
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