Ludicrous Latin: Ventis secundis, tene cursum.

Favorable winds, stay the course. …Or, as we would put it: 

 

Ludicrous Latin: Lorem sed nulla tam turpi damnata

“Alright, but you’re so darn* ugly.”

Ludicrous Latin: Non est facile quod viridis

It’s not easy being green.

Ludicrous Latin: Eamus navis maiore indigeret

“We’re going to need a bigger boat”

'Jaws' by Kevin Dooley, https://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/, CC BY

‘Jaws’ by Kevin Dooley, https://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/, CC BY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speaking of sharks, anybody else excited about today?

Ludicrous Latin: Duplicem Somnium Pedum

Double Dream Feet!    …never gets old 🙂

Ludicrous Latin: Eamus nocere quidam

We are going to hurt some people.

Ludicrous Latin: Facio is opus

Make it work!

Ludicrous Latin: EGO operor non vado vultus pro perturbo. Perturbo usitas reperio mihi.

“I don’t go looking for trouble. Trouble usually finds me.”

History Schmistory: July 26. Mi Vidi Vi!

1887: Unua Libro  is published, detailing the language of Esperanto, Now spoken in over 100 countries. Who knew? …I sure didn’t.
By skanita en privata biblioteko de P.Fiŝo (Wikipedia/eo) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

By skanita en privata biblioteko de P.Fiŝo (Wikipedia/eo) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fun Fact: Esperanto was the brain child of Dr. Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof and was designed as a ‘universal language’ that would help foster global connections and communication. Unfortunately it was not the success Zamenhof had hoped. Today only 10,000, in the whole world, speak it fluently. Commiseration’s Dr. Z

Ludicrous Latins: Nullo metro compositum est

It doesn’t rhyme.

Demi Lovato & Eminem MANIP by Leticia Lima, licensed under CC BY 2.0

Demi Lovato & Eminem MANIP by Leticia Lima, licensed under CC BY 2.0

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