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Only XIV BC kids will get this

Only XIV BC kids will get this. You didn't expect me over here, did you?. File: , ipg-( 244 KB, 677x782, Piab. jpg) FIT: old feels bbe Legionnaire Carthage sin

You didn't expect me over here, did you?

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FIT: old feels
bbe Legionnaire
sin streets
ssee X/ X ancilla
Hun out of formation
Hell her I will give her 5 denarii for
non porous"
ffeel pastae dripping out of armor
arrow goes through my eye
as ****
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Submitted: 08/04/2014
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#33 to #22 - tigasingy (08/05/2014) [-]
>berrypicker as ****

#1 - anon (08/05/2014) [-]
Non porcus got me
#8 - antzell ONLINE (08/05/2014) [-]
Et tu feelus?
#25 - PVTDickStryker (08/05/2014) [-]
Vae Victis
#26 - dangler (08/05/2014) [-]
"X/X ancilla"
#10 - samxdaxman (08/05/2014) [-]
Salve, my Latin speaking frater.
My Latin is very rusty, but I know the basics.
User avatar #11 to #10 - winrobert (08/05/2014) [-]
Salve, me amice!
User avatar #13 to #11 - samxdaxman (08/05/2014) [-]
Volo I could speak Latin better.
Summer has ****** my brain up when it comes to remembering my Latin class.
User avatar #17 to #13 - winrobert (08/05/2014) [-]
Ne time! As a refresher don't forget that clauses of wishing are the optative subjunctive and ought to be introduced by 'utinam' (or sometimes just "ut") foloowed by the subjunctive verb. That is, of course, so long as your Latin is able to be improved; if it is not, then you would need a counter-factual optative, haha. But I doubt that is the case. What Latin were you/will you be in?
User avatar #20 to #17 - samxdaxman (08/05/2014) [-]
I was in latin 2, gonna be in latin 3 senior year once summer ends. We learned more words than we did grammar, and I no longer have my old notebook. After a few weeks of being in Latin class, I'll be back into the rhythm. If I were to see words in Latin, I may be able to translate. For example, apurpleliger's comment says "go away, annoying boy!" or something along those lines.
User avatar #21 to #20 - winrobert (08/05/2014) [-]
Ah, I see. In that event, my apologies for going on about all of that subjunctive shenanigans. And you are correct about his comment, except he should have said " abiete, moleste puer" thereby using the vocative case to address the 'annoying boy', since the annoying boy is not the one ordering, but rather the one being spoken to.

Ah, Latin and FJ, what a great Tuesday. What textbook does your school use?
User avatar #23 to #21 - samxdaxman (08/05/2014) [-]
It's cool man, I took Latin because it's such a cool language, That and I nearly flunked out of Spanish freshman year. so learning about it always intrigues me.

Latin and FJ make for good company. And we just finished Ecce Romani I last year.
#27 to #23 - anon (08/05/2014) [-]
you NJCL?
User avatar #12 to #10 - trolljunkusa (08/05/2014) [-]
Salve, ad nauseum
#24 to #10 - peterdivine (08/05/2014) [-]
Salve, mei fratrem Latinas dicas!

Or something along those lines.
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User avatar #29 to #10 - PlagueDoctor (08/05/2014) [-]
asinus es!
User avatar #31 to #10 - grebllejk (08/05/2014) [-]
The first phrase of Latin alot of people learned "Ego sum Caecilius"
User avatar #32 to #31 - samxdaxman (08/05/2014) [-]
Doesn't that mean "I am blind" or something along those lines? Or am I thinking of another word.
User avatar #38 to #32 - grebllejk (08/06/2014) [-]
Since Caecilius is a name, it means I am Caecilius. Blind is caeci, so you are forgiven
User avatar #39 to #38 - samxdaxman (08/06/2014) [-]
Ok, good. I never learned about Caecilius. First phrase is "Salvete discupuli et discipulae" from the teacher and we would respond "Salve Magistra."
User avatar #40 to #39 - grebllejk (08/06/2014) [-]
Haha how indoctrinating... I (and a lot of others, especially in Britain) used the Cambridge Latin Course books, Caecilius was this rad dude who got killed by Vesuvius

But his son Quintus survives and and is the main character in the 2nd book (people cared far too much about these fictional characters)
User avatar #41 to #40 - samxdaxman (08/06/2014) [-]
Not really, we just said it as a greeting, it's not like we were forced to say it We used the Ecce Romani books, we just finished the first one last year. We go the Cornelii family, which is a senator named Cornelius(who's barely in it), his wife Aurelia(also barely in it), Marcus who's kinda badass, Cornelia(total bitch) and Sextus(annoying cunt with dead parents).
User avatar #42 to #41 - grebllejk (08/06/2014) [-]
Was it well written?
User avatar #43 to #42 - samxdaxman (08/06/2014) [-]
About as well written as a Latin textbook can be.
User avatar #44 to #43 - grebllejk (08/06/2014) [-]
You'd be surprised man, people were actually looking forward to the next year so we would find out if anyone made it. In book two the old slave was the victim of protection racketeering of his pottery shop in Alexandria - the authors didn't **** around
User avatar #45 to #44 - samxdaxman (08/06/2014) [-]
We had a murder. Wasn't even a real one, it was in Marcus' dream. I want your textbook for school, man.
User avatar #14 to #10 - apurpleliger (08/05/2014) [-]
Abite, puerus molestus!
User avatar #16 to #14 - samxdaxman (08/05/2014) [-]
#18 - gibroner (08/05/2014) [-]
"non porcus"
User avatar #9 - Cammeh (08/05/2014) [-]
User avatar #3 - KEpToK (08/05/2014) [-]
This makes me wish total war rome 2 wasnt a piece of **** .
#19 to #3 - anon (08/05/2014) [-]
I wish it didn't exist, I mean how do you **** up this bad.
#37 - rockerforlife (08/05/2014) [-]
Ancient Rome thread?
#36 - anon (08/05/2014) [-]
#35 - heervaaghaar (08/05/2014) [-]
but... the feelsguy still has both eyes
User avatar #34 - dorfdorfdorf (08/05/2014) [-]

User avatar #4 - lean (08/05/2014) [-]
My latin is fuzzy- is non porcus her callling him a swine?
User avatar #5 to #4 - pathatter (08/05/2014) [-]
User avatar #6 to #4 - warrenzthehero (08/05/2014) [-]
User avatar #15 to #4 - winrobert (08/05/2014) [-]
'Porcus' is the singular, masculine, nominative for 'swine'. So, no, this does not make sense in actual (at least Classical) Latin, but if you translate it with an implied 'es', then it might be something like "no, (you are a) swine." But it cannot be as simple as "no, swine", because 'porcus' is not in the vocative case.
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