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This entry is in response to the episode The Broath.
Mar 20, 2012
Kind citizens of the Stinson Republic,
As you know, much of our current Western culture has its roots in classical wisdom, the majority of which can be traced back to the Ancient Broman Empire. For proof, look no further than last weekend’s toga party or those glorious melon-shaped domes on top of our capitol buildings.
In addition, countless Latin phrases (the most significant being “Homines Ante Feminae,” or, Bros Before Hoes) have made their way into contemporary vernacular. For these contributions, and many others, we are forever indebted to our great Broman ancestors. (Especially, Caligula. That dude was dirty. Seriously, rent the movie.) Below are ten other Latin phrases, still in common use today…
QUID PRO BRO
CARPE DOUBLE DIEM
IPSO NO FATSOS
E PUBUS UNUM
PERSONA NON GRABASS
DEUS SEX MACHINA
Notes and TriviaEdit
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