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    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    Last edited by Sp4m; July 11 2018 at 10:07:01 AM. Reason: spelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo.
    Not slow motion, just the fastest speed at which British operators are capable of running trains these days.
    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/tran...-a3852771.html

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    I herd u liek beef and pork

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I herd u liek beef and pork
    I heard its coming home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I herd u liek beef and pork
    I heard its coming home.
    I heard that the bird is the word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I herd u liek beef and pork
    I've been seeing some terrifying shit about food shortages and the brexiteer crowd are somehow spinning it as a positive by harking back to dig for britain. The whole thing is fucking absurd.

    I can at least appreciate the financiers behind it all having a 'rational' motive in terms of their despicable personal philosophy but everyone is just fucking retarded for still going along with it. It's not even like the EU has treated us like it did any of the PIIGS.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Mason
    It is absurd that we are capable of witnessing a 40,000 year old system of gender oppression begin to dissolve before our eyes yet still see the abolition of a 200 year old economic system as an unrealistic utopia.

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    So anyway, who's in London on Friday for the big demo?

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    Будь смиренным, будь кротким, не заботься о тленном
    Власти, данной Богом, сынок, будь навеки верным...
    Я люблю Росcию, я - патриот

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebomby View Post
    I'll take it tbh, i was expecting more "dystopian police state in constant rain and darkness". At least this one i can increase my tan.

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    I was just implying both are French words, among many others in the English language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    As lief said, a short list of the French language:
    pork
    beef
    mutton
    pants
    boil
    barge
    language
    debilitating
    embargo
    morale
    person
    arms
    receive
    treat
    nascent
    idiot
    demand
    succeed
    permit
    exploit
    support

    etc etc etc

    Oh, you said French is filfy and nuffink? Well here's German then
    swine
    cow
    lamb
    think
    drink
    shirt
    ship
    laugh
    though
    thought
    through
    fly
    swim
    run
    sing
    feet
    mouse
    house
    to and from whom (with added dative case as a bonus)

    English is a mixture of Old Saxon and Norse grammar and Old French vocabulary with a sprinkling of Brithonic and other bits. It's very European.
    Будь смиренным, будь кротким, не заботься о тленном
    Власти, данной Богом, сынок, будь навеки верным...
    Я люблю Росcию, я - патриот

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    Quote Originally Posted by George W Bush

    The problem with the French is, they don't have a word for entrepreneur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebomby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    As lief said, a short list of the French language:
    pork
    beef
    mutton
    pants
    boil
    barge
    language
    debilitating
    embargo
    morale
    person
    arms
    receive
    treat
    nascent
    idiot
    demand
    succeed
    permit
    exploit
    support

    etc etc etc

    Oh, you said French is filfy and nuffink? Well here's German then
    swine
    cow
    lamb
    think
    drink
    shirt
    ship
    laugh
    though
    thought
    through
    fly
    swim
    run
    sing
    feet
    mouse
    house
    to and from whom (with added dative case as a bonus)

    English is a mixture of Old Saxon and Norse grammar and Old French vocabulary with a sprinkling of Brithonic and other bits. It's very European.
    Most of the rest of it was made up by Shakespeare. Words he created (spoilered for huge and with some removed for pointlessness):

      Spoiler:

    Academe
    accessible
    accommodation
    addiction (Shakespeare meant ‘tendency’)
    admirable
    aerial (Shakespeare meant ‘of the air’)
    airless
    amazement
    anchovy
    arch-villain
    to arouse
    assassination
    auspicious
    bacheolorship (‘bachelorhood’)
    to barber
    barefaced
    baseless
    to bedabble
    to bedazzle
    bedroom (Shakespeare meant a ‘room in bed’)
    to belly (‘to swell’)
    belongings
    to besmirch
    to bet
    to bethump
    birthplace
    black-faced
    to blanket
    bloodstained
    bloodsucking
    blusterer
    bold-faced
    braggartism
    brisky
    bump (as a noun)
    buzzer (Shakespeare meant ‘tattle-tale’)
    candle holder
    to canopy
    to cater (as ‘to bring food’)
    to castigate
    catlike
    to champion
    characterless
    cheap (in pejorative sense of ‘vulgar’)
    chimney-top
    chopped (Shakespeare meant ‘chapped’)
    churchlike
    circumstantial
    cold-blooded
    coldhearted
    compact (as noun ‘agreement’)
    to comply
    to compromise (Shakespeare meant ‘to agree’)
    consanguineous
    control (as a noun)
    countless
    courtship
    to cow (as ‘intimidate’)
    critical
    cruelhearted
    to cudgel
    Dalmatian
    to dapple
    dauntless
    dawn (as a noun)
    day’s work
    deaths-head
    defeat (the noun)
    to denote
    depositary (as ‘trustee’)
    dewdrop
    dexterously (Shakespeare spelled it ‘dexteriously’)
    disgraceful (Shakespeare meant ‘unbecoming’)
    to dishearten
    to dislocate
    distasteful (Shakespeare meant ‘showing disgust’)
    distrustful
    dog-weary
    domineering
    downstairs
    East Indies
    to educate
    to elbow
    embrace (as a noun)
    employer
    employment
    enfranchisement
    engagement
    to enmesh
    enrapt
    to enthrone
    epileptic
    equivocal
    eventful
    excitement (Shakespeare meant ‘incitement’)
    expedience
    expertness
    exposure
    eyeball
    eyedrop (Shakespeare meant as a ‘tear’)
    eyewink
    fair-faced
    fairyland
    fanged
    fap (‘intoxicated’)
    farmhouse
    far-off
    fashionable
    fashionmonger
    fathomless (Shakespeare meant ‘too huge to be encircled by one’s arms’)
    fat-witted
    featureless (Shakespeare meant ‘ugly’)
    fiendlike
    fitful
    fixture (Shakespeare meant ‘fixing’ or setting ‘firmly in place’)
    flowery (‘full of florid expressions’)
    fly-bitten
    footfall
    foppish
    foregone
    fortune-teller
    foul mouthed
    Franciscan
    freezing (as an adjective)
    fretful
    frugal
    full-grown
    fullhearted
    futurity
    gallantry (Shakespeare meant ‘gallant people’)
    garden house
    generous (Shakespeare meant ‘gentle,’ ‘noble’)
    gentlefolk
    glow (as a noun)
    to glutton
    to gnarl
    go-between
    to gossip (Shakespeare meant ‘to make oneself at home like a gossip—that is, a kindred spirit or a fast friend’)
    grass plot
    green-eyed
    grime (as a noun)
    to grovel
    gust (as a ‘wind-blast’)
    half-blooded
    to happy (‘to gladden’)
    heartsore
    hedge-pig
    hell-born
    to hinge
    hint (as a noun)
    hobnail (as a noun)
    homely (sense ‘ugly’)
    honey-tongued
    hostile
    hot-blooded
    howl (as a noun)
    to humor
    hunchbacked
    hurly (as a ‘commotion’)
    to hurry
    idle-headed
    ill-tempered
    ill-used
    impartial
    to impede
    imploratory (‘solicitor’)
    import (the noun: ‘importance’ or ‘signifigance’)
    inaudible
    inauspicious
    indirection
    indistinguishable
    inducement
    informal (Shakespeare meant ‘unformed’ or ‘irresolute’)
    to inhearse (to ‘load into a hearse’)
    to inlay
    to instate (Shakespeare, who spelled it ‘enstate,’ meant ‘to endow’)
    inventorially (‘in detail’)
    investment (Shakespeare meant as ‘a piece of clothing’)
    invitation
    invulnerable
    jaded (Shakespeare seems to have meant ‘contemptible’)
    juiced (‘juicy’)
    keech (‘solidified fat’)
    kitchen-wench
    lackluster
    ladybird
    lament
    land-rat
    to lapse
    laughable
    leaky
    leapfrog
    lewdster
    loggerhead (Shakespeare meant ‘blockhead’)
    lonely (Shakespeare meant ‘lone’)
    long-legged
    love letter
    lustihood
    lustrous
    madcap
    madwoman
    majestic
    malignancy (Shakespeare meant ‘malign tendency’)
    manager
    marketable
    marriage bed
    militarist (Shakespeare meant ‘soldier’)
    mimic (as a noun)
    misgiving (sense ‘uneasiness’)
    misquote
    mockable (as ‘deserving ridicule’)
    money’s worth (‘money-worth’ dates from the 14th century)
    monumental
    moonbeam
    mortifying (as an adjective)
    motionless
    mountaineer (Shakespeare meant as ‘mountain-dweller’)
    to muddy
    neglect (as a noun)
    to negotiate
    never-ending
    newsmonger
    nimble-footed
    noiseless
    nook-shotten (‘full of corners or angles’)
    to numb
    obscene (Shakespeare meant ‘revolting’)
    ode
    to offcap (to ‘doff one’s cap’)
    offenseful (meaning ‘sinful’)
    offenseless (‘unoffending’)
    Olympian (Shakespeare meant ‘Olympic’)
    to operate
    oppugnancy (‘antagonism’)
    outbreak
    to outdare
    to outfrown
    to out-Herod
    to outscold
    to outsell (Shakespeare meant ‘to exceed in value’)
    to out-talk
    to out-villain
    to outweigh
    overblown (Shakespeare meant ‘blown over’)
    overcredulous
    overgrowth
    to overpay
    to overpower
    to overrate
    overview (Shakespeare meant as ‘supervision’)
    pageantry
    to palate (Shakespeare meant ‘to relish’)
    pale-faced
    to pander
    passado (a kind of sword-thrust)
    paternal
    pebbled
    pedant (Shakespeare meant a schoolmaster)
    pedantical
    pendulous (Shakespeare meant ‘hanging over’)
    to perplex
    to petition
    pignut (a type of tuber)
    pious
    please-man (a ‘yes-man’)
    plumpy (‘plump’)
    posture (Shakespeare seems to have meant ‘position’ or ‘positioning’)
    prayerbook
    priceless
    profitless
    Promethean
    protester (Shakespeare meant ‘one who affirms’)
    published (Shakespeare meant ‘commonly recognized’)
    to puke
    puppy-dog
    pushpin (Shakespeare was referring to a children’s game)
    on purpose
    quarrelsome
    in question (as in ‘the … in question’)
    radiance
    to rant
    rascally
    rawboned (meaning ‘very gaunt’)
    reclusive
    refractory
    reinforcement (Shakespeare meant ‘renewed force’)
    reliance
    remorseless
    reprieve (as a noun)
    resolve (as a noun)
    restoration
    restraint (as ‘reserve’)
    retirement
    to reverb (‘to re-echo’)
    revokement (‘revocation’)
    revolting (Shakespeare meant as ‘rebellious’)
    to reword (Shakespeare meant ‘repeat’)
    ring carrier (a ‘go-between’)
    to rival (meaning to ‘compete’).
    roadway
    roguery
    rose-cheeked
    rose-lipped
    rumination
    ruttish
    sanctimonious
    to sate
    satisfying (as an adjective)
    savage (as ‘uncivilized’)
    savagery
    schoolboy
    scrimer (‘a fence’)
    scrubbed (Shakespeare meant ‘stunted’)
    scuffle
    seamy (‘seamed’) and seamy-side (Shakespeare meant ‘under-side of a garment’)
    to secure (Shakespeare meant ‘to obtain security’)
    self-abuse (Shakespeare meant ‘self-deception’)
    shipwrecked (Shakespeare spelled it ‘shipwrackt’)
    shooting star
    shudder (as a noun)
    silk stocking
    silliness
    to sire
    skimble-skamble (‘senseless’)
    skim milk (in quarto; ‘skim’d milk’ in the Folio)
    slugabed
    to sneak
    soft-hearted
    spectacled
    spilth (‘something spilled’)
    spleenful
    sportive
    to squabble
    stealthy
    stillborn
    to subcontract (Shakespeare meant ‘to remarry’)
    successful
    suffocating (as an adjective)
    to sully
    to supervise (Shakespeare meant ‘to peruse’)
    to swagger
    tanling (someone with a tan)
    tardiness
    time-honored
    title page
    tortive (‘twisted’)
    to torture
    traditional (Shakespeare meant ‘tradition-bound’)
    tranquil
    transcendence
    trippingly
    unaccommodated
    unappeased
    to unbosom
    unchanging
    unclaimed
    uncomfortable (sense ‘disquieting’)
    to uncurl
    to undervalue (Shakespeare meant ‘to judge as of lesser value’)
    to undress
    unearthy
    uneducated
    to unfool
    unfrequented
    ungoverned
    ungrown
    to unhappy
    unhelpful
    unhidden
    unlicensed
    unmitigated
    unmusical
    to un muzzle
    unpolluted
    unpremeditated
    unpublished (Shakespeare meant ‘undisclosed’)
    unquestionable (Shakespeare meant ‘impatient’)
    unquestioned
    unreal
    unrivaled
    unscarred
    unscratched
    to unsex
    unsolicited
    unsullied
    unswayed (Shakespeare meant ‘unused’ and ‘ungoverned’)
    untutored
    unvarnished
    unwillingness (sense ‘reluctance’)
    upstairs
    unsolicited
    unvarnished
    useful
    useless
    valueless
    varied (as an adjective)
    varletry
    vasty
    vulnerable
    watchdog
    water drop
    water fly
    well-behaved
    well-bred
    well-educated
    well-read
    to widen (Shakespeare meant ‘to open wide’)
    wittolly (‘contentedly a cuckhold’)
    worn out (Shakespeare meant ‘dearly departed’)
    wry-necked (‘crook-necked’)
    yelping (as an adjective)
    zany (a clown’s sidekick or a mocking mimic)


    Dude had a way with words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebomby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    As lief said, a short list of the French language:
    pork
    beef
    mutton
    pants
    boil
    barge
    language
    debilitating
    embargo
    morale
    person
    arms
    receive
    treat
    nascent
    idiot
    demand
    succeed
    permit
    exploit
    support

    etc etc etc

    Oh, you said French is filfy and nuffink? Well here's German then
    swine
    cow
    lamb
    think
    drink
    shirt
    ship
    laugh
    though
    thought
    through
    fly
    swim
    run
    sing
    feet
    mouse
    house
    to and from whom (with added dative case as a bonus)

    English is a mixture of Old Saxon and Norse grammar and Old French vocabulary with a sprinkling of Brithonic and other bits. It's very European.
    Eeeeeeeeh.

    Almost correct.

    Currently traveling. If anyone is interested, I could post a proper description in like two to three weeks.

    The gist is: English evolved out of Celtic, added Latin after the Roman Occupation, Old Norse after the Danish Invasion, Old Saxon from their settlement, then some Norman from William's invasion. I know it's nitpicking to say that it has Norman in it and not French, but what else would you expect from me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thebomby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    As lief said, a short list of the French language:
    pork
    beef
    mutton
    pants
    boil
    barge
    language
    debilitating
    embargo
    morale
    person
    arms
    receive
    treat
    nascent
    idiot
    demand
    succeed
    permit
    exploit
    support

    etc etc etc

    Oh, you said French is filfy and nuffink? Well here's German then
    swine
    cow
    lamb
    think
    drink
    shirt
    ship
    laugh
    though
    thought
    through
    fly
    swim
    run
    sing
    feet
    mouse
    house
    to and from whom (with added dative case as a bonus)

    English is a mixture of Old Saxon and Norse grammar and Old French vocabulary with a sprinkling of Brithonic and other bits. It's very European.
    Eeeeeeeeh.

    Almost correct.

    Currently traveling. If anyone is interested, I could post a proper description in like two to three weeks.

    The gist is: English evolved out of Celtic, added Latin after the Roman Occupation, Old Norse after the Danish Invasion, Old Saxon from their settlement, then some Norman from William's invasion. I know it's nitpicking to say that it has Norman in it and not French, but what else would you expect from me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
    but what else would you expect from me?
    Absolutely nothing, you lovable little german autist. Never change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cullnean View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thebomby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    As lief said, a short list of the French language:
    pork
    beef
    mutton
    pants
    boil
    barge
    language
    debilitating
    embargo
    morale
    person
    arms
    receive
    treat
    nascent
    idiot
    demand
    succeed
    permit
    exploit
    support

    etc etc etc

    Oh, you said French is filfy and nuffink? Well here's German then
    swine
    cow
    lamb
    think
    drink
    shirt
    ship
    laugh
    though
    thought
    through
    fly
    swim
    run
    sing
    feet
    mouse
    house
    to and from whom (with added dative case as a bonus)

    English is a mixture of Old Saxon and Norse grammar and Old French vocabulary with a sprinkling of Brithonic and other bits. It's very European.
    Eeeeeeeeh.

    Almost correct.

    Currently traveling. If anyone is interested, I could post a proper description in like two to three weeks.

    The gist is: English evolved out of Celtic, added Latin after the Roman Occupation, Old Norse after the Danish Invasion, Old Saxon from their settlement, then some Norman from William's invasion. I know it's nitpicking to say that it has Norman in it and not French, but what else would you expect from me?

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    Absolutely nothing, you lovable little german autist. Never change.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thebomby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sp4m View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lief Siddhe View Post
    I'd just like to point out all you Brits speak French

    Also this whole Brexit thing is literally like watching a train wreck in slo mo. Shit, this makes my government seem half competent ffs
    Je ne parle vous francais merci beaucoup. Cest nul et stupidé

    fuck. he got me.
    As lief said, a short list of the French language:
    pork
    beef
    mutton
    pants
    boil
    barge
    language
    debilitating
    embargo
    morale
    person
    arms
    receive
    treat
    nascent
    idiot
    demand
    succeed
    permit
    exploit
    support

    etc etc etc

    Oh, you said French is filfy and nuffink? Well here's German then
    swine
    cow
    lamb
    think
    drink
    shirt
    ship
    laugh
    though
    thought
    through
    fly
    swim
    run
    sing
    feet
    mouse
    house
    to and from whom (with added dative case as a bonus)

    English is a mixture of Old Saxon and Norse grammar and Old French vocabulary with a sprinkling of Brithonic and other bits. It's very European.
    Eeeeeeeeh.

    Almost correct.

    Currently traveling. If anyone is interested, I could post a proper description in like two to three weeks.

    The gist is: English evolved out of Celtic, added Latin after the Roman Occupation, Old Norse after the Danish Invasion, Old Saxon from their settlement, then some Norman from William's invasion. I know it's nitpicking to say that it has Norman in it and not French, but what else would you expect from me?

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    Your grasp of linguistics is almost as good as your grasp on autism, Joe. English has a Germanic grammar with almost half the vocabulary coming from Norman/Old French. P-Celtic languages have next to no influence on English, either in Grammar or vocabulary. The Latin influence on English is almost all from academic and legal circles from the middle ages when Latin was the lingua-Franca of Europe. The influence of the Romans on language is next to nothing. Look it up.
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