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Funko
14-06-2006, 08:41:44
If someone asks for something, for example a latin phrase for their table tennis team motto or something, we make some funny shit up and get them to have a motto of "we love fisting" or something. Which they then keep for many years until someone tells them, preferably during a big radio interview or something.

OK? :bash:

shagnasty
14-06-2006, 08:42:41
jesjes.

MoSe
14-06-2006, 08:43:57
are you scheming or whining?

Kitsuki
14-06-2006, 08:43:59
Is "We love fisting" latin. Well I'll be damned.

mr_G
14-06-2006, 08:44:37
yaaaaay, i hate those seriously serious latin translation.
why do you have to brag about your latin knowledge if there is an entrance for a GREAT joke.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-06-2006, 08:49:14
I fight the law.

mr_G
14-06-2006, 08:51:16
jesjes white knight in a cincociento

Tizzy
14-06-2006, 08:51:56
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel
I fight the law.

I tried that but it won.

Nav
14-06-2006, 08:53:34
You shouldn't have shot that damn deputy then.

Tizzy
14-06-2006, 08:56:20
Damn, thought that was the sheriff.

Nills Lagerbaak
14-06-2006, 08:57:17
Originally posted by Funko
If someone asks for something, for example a latin phrase for their table tennis team motto or something, we make some funny shit up and get them to have a motto of "we love fisting" or something. Which they then keep for many years until someone tells them, preferably during a big radio interview or something.

OK? :bash:

I think we should suggest that it's such a good phrase that they should have it tatooed onto their forehead

Vincent
14-06-2006, 08:59:55
What's "Cowabunga" in latin?

shagnasty
14-06-2006, 09:00:16
Originally posted by Kitsuki
Is "We love fisting" latin.

Should be. They invented it. Bloody Romans.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-06-2006, 09:05:46
Originally posted by Tizzy
I tried that but it won.

But I know the enemy.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-06-2006, 09:06:25
Originally posted by mr_G
jesjes white knight in a cincociento

Is that a reference to ancient roman fisting?

Vincent
14-06-2006, 09:09:28
The oldest proven records of fistiing are about 6,000 years old and refer to the Sumerians. Sumeria lay between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers including Southern Mesopotamia and the ancient cities of Babylon and Ur. It is said that the Sumerians discovered the sexual stimulation process of fisting by chance. No one knows today exactly how this occurred. A seal around 4,000 years old is a Sumerian "Hymn to Ninkasi", the goddess of fisting. This "hymn" is also a detailed description of fisting. A description of fisting on this ancient engraving in the Sumerian language is the earliest account of what is easily recognized as fisting, followed by a pictograph of a huge metal glove that is recorded as having made people feel "exhilarated, wonderful and blissful." The Sumerians were able to repeat this process and are assumed to be he first civilized culture to worship fisting. They had discovered a "divine fist" which certainly was a gift from the gods.

Drekkus
14-06-2006, 09:16:25
Dulce et maximus gaius est pro tablus tennissus

Lurker the Second
14-06-2006, 13:51:46
Originally posted by Vincent
The oldest proven records of fistiing are about 6,000 years old and refer to the Sumerians. Sumeria lay between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers including Southern Mesopotamia and the ancient cities of Babylon and Ur. It is said that the Sumerians discovered the sexual stimulation process of fisting by chance. No one knows today exactly how this occurred. A seal around 4,000 years old is a Sumerian "Hymn to Ninkasi", the goddess of fisting. This "hymn" is also a detailed description of fisting. A description of fisting on this ancient engraving in the Sumerian language is the earliest account of what is easily recognized as fisting, followed by a pictograph of a huge metal glove that is recorded as having made people feel "exhilarated, wonderful and blissful." The Sumerians were able to repeat this process and are assumed to be he first civilized culture to worship fisting. They had discovered a "divine fist" which certainly was a gift from the gods.

:lol: Slow day?

Lazarus and the Gimp
14-06-2006, 16:27:32
It was the basis for the first known dogmatic schism, when the Uruk heresy started celebrating the image of a fist with the middle finger extended. This was viewed by the fisting purists of Ur as an unacceptable debasing of the ritual, and resulted in a brief holy war. Quite why the middle finger became venerated remains unclear, though some have linked it with the fact that at the same the worship of the blessed Prolapse of Babylon abruptly ceased.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-06-2006, 17:15:24
u ruk!

Lazarus and the Gimp
14-06-2006, 18:28:16
u suk.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-06-2006, 18:34:05
teamwork?

JM^3
14-06-2006, 18:57:34
Those were serious answers in the Latin Translation thread?

Someone should be banned...

JM

Chris
14-06-2006, 19:29:29
Originally posted by Funko
If someone asks for something, for example a latin phrase for their table tennis team motto or something, we make some funny shit up and get them to have a motto of "we love fisting" or something. Which they then keep for many years until someone tells them, preferably during a big radio interview or something.

OK? :bash: Funko should be kicked in the balls.

mr_G
14-06-2006, 20:25:28
ask tizzy to dooooo di dooooo that, she is a great dingdingkicker

Vincent
14-06-2006, 21:12:30
not that you're an expert in dingdings

devilmunchkin
14-06-2006, 23:45:42
i didn't think we had laws here

Cruddy
14-06-2006, 23:50:05
Hmm... does anyone here know Latin? If not, it's a fucking stupid idea.

Mind you, having any sort of a motto that isn't easily understood by all is also a fucking stupid idea.

Either way, it's clearly a CG winner.

JM^3
14-06-2006, 23:54:29
Law 1: Don't pretend to be a Porn Spambot.

Law 2: Don't post NSFW pictures.

I am sure there are others...

Jon Miller

Cruddy
14-06-2006, 23:56:03
...um... do you have problems with Law 1 on occasion?

Just wondering.

Oerdin
15-06-2006, 03:13:35
I'm looking for a good Latin motto for my table tennis team. Does anyone have any suggestions?

MoSe
15-06-2006, 08:15:54
panta rei

mr_G
15-06-2006, 08:19:32
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
i didn't think we had laws here jesjes we have Dyl and Lurkertje, they are the LAW!!!

Lazarus and the Gimp
15-06-2006, 18:53:58
Originally posted by Oerdin
I'm looking for a good Latin motto for my table tennis team. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Mihi irruma et te pedicabo

Vincent
15-06-2006, 19:25:15
"Wo rohe Kräfte sinnlos walten"

Japher
15-06-2006, 19:26:54
Ableta Ennista Ocksra