Discussion in 'SMB' started by Ben Gardner, Dec 6, 2017.
payday loan companies are shite?
Futue te ipsum et caballum tuum.
Tut. It is the defining principe of the Dunelmian identity
On a related note, I was watching Beyond Stranger Things tonight (the companion panel show to Stranger Things). The actors and show creators on the panel kept saying "oh yeah, we did that from the gecko" as oppose to "from the get-go". The first one I thought might have been a slip of the tongue but I swear it happened 5 or 6 times from the mouths of different people.
He has a wife you know, would you like to know what she's called?
I quite liked Latin at school. Don't speak or write it very well.
That phrase in itself gets on my fucking nipple ends, let alone getting the bloody thing wrong.
What ever happened to "from the start" as opposed to fucking get-go, ffs.
"Romans they go to the house?"
'Do it again or I'll cut your balls off"
@Tex was Mr Griffiths still there for your rabble? His Latin was shocking.
I can still remember my school motto but I'm not 100% sure on the translation.
Parvis Imbutus Tentarbis Grandia Tutus.
It's something like "If you achieve small things you will achieve big things greatly" which is a load of bollocks as Barney offered scholarships to anyone who looked half decent at rugby while taking the money from parents with dense kids.
Carpet DM me hun.
Should I be surprised that no one has mentioned this?
Fortiter Defendit Triumphans
Jesu te amat; ceteri pensant cunnus es.
Yes ya do. Remember ya portaloo for party thread. Goon. Great music and bants. You sounded pathetic and got rinsed for it
Only one for me is untrinique paratus.
Dave Gorman did a show on that!
Nauseam old boy!....IST declension female accusative!
Bolding, Cleading. It's a piss take on how fake posh folk don't pronounce words ending in in 'n' correctly.
Parding Mrs Harding, there's a kitting in your garding, playing with cotting on a bobbing.
Did he? Which one's that?
Never mind, googled it. Modern Life Is Goodish. Watching it now.
Separate names with a comma.