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What is your winning slogan?


e.g. "It's better to regret something you have done than to regret something you haven't done."

or "Never, ever, bloody-anything, ever."

What's yours?

L

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6528008 years ago
" He's not dead, he's just Electroencepholographically challenged" "Cogito Eggo Sum" (I think I am a Waffle in Latin) "We are a paranoid Schizophrenic and we outnumber you two to one!" "If everything is coming towards you, you're in the wrong lane" By the way... sorry for all the separate posts
lemonie (author)  6528008 years ago
Good collection (except the Latin is obviously wrong) L
652800 lemonie8 years ago
Just out of curiosity, what is the correct translation? (I heard it second hand from the son of a Latin professor)
lemonie (author)  6528008 years ago
I'm not too good, but I can translate what you wrote to: (think) (me) (am) Ego has been corrupted, probably to infer 'waffle' - for which there isn't a classical Latin word. I'm sure the forms of the words are also grammatically incorrect, but I was hoping for someone who knew Latin better to explain... L
Arano lemonie6 years ago
in the sentence just eggo is wrong... its a quoth from rené descartes 'cogito ergo sum' means 'i think, thus i am'
lemonie (author)  Arano6 years ago
Yes, thanks. L
652800 lemonie8 years ago
Thank you for your correction, I'll try ask the professor...
lemonie (author)  6528008 years ago
Aye, let us know what they say - I'm interested. L
652800 lemonie8 years ago
oops, I guess I got it wrong, it's apparently "Ego reputo sum Eggo" I don't know how I got Cogito Eggo sum from that... Thanks for noticing by the way
lemonie (author)  6528008 years ago
Can you give us a word-by-word translation? (I'm not good with Latin, so I'd appreciate the insight) L
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