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Homo condimenti veteris

October 13, 2010
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Ave dominae. Statim specta ad virum. Statim ad me. Iterum ad virum. Iterum ad me.

Infelici dictu, hic me non est. Sed si cessavit utor sapone femineo, simile me poterit fragrare.

Specta deorsum. Specta contra. Ubi es? In scapha es, cum hoc viro quo vir tuus poterit simile fragrare.

Quod est in manu? Iterum ad me. Habeo. Ostreum est, cum duae tesserae huic rei cui amas. Iterum specta. Tessarae iam cenchri sunt.

Omnia possibiles sunt si vir tuus fragrat Condimenti Veteris et non feminorum.

Sum in equo.


The management makes no guarantees as to quality of Latin. Especially the if-clauses, I hate those. In other news, colloquial English contorts its grammar in ways that would make M. C. Escher cry.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 13, 2010 9:39 pm

    Also, if there are any taxonomists in the audience, H. condimentiveteris needs to be an actual species name, stat.

  2. October 13, 2010 11:57 pm

    I’m on it 😛

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