Discussion in 'Waffle' started by logikz, Oct 26, 2011.
are you familiar with the hyades and the wandering city of carcosa?
do you know his name yet?
Yeah it's Bob!
Bob says hi
did i get it right? do i win a prize?
no of course its not 'bob' or 'ingrid' you idle and foolish peasants. heres a clue, it is a magnum innominandum
Tom Selleck !
so you mean he is great because he doesnt have to be named?
Hence the king in yellow?
no stewart. magnum innominandum is not 'doesnt have to be'. its 'must not be'. you need to go over your declinations it would seem.
Latin isn't my strength.
Ill work on these declinations, on the basis you spell my name the english way...not scottish.
i did actually, funny story, or, very possibly, totally shit boring and irrelevant, yet still i type and type, which is a fairly good description of all i do on this forum anyway. i started with steward, but then it struck me thats a work position in a bar is it not? the britons tend to have professions as family names not calling names, is this not true
I think i'll just let this slide...wrong person to start questioning what they decide to type over the forum
Yes some English family names derive from professions, you are correct.
stu is descended from a long line of blacksmiths
no way, obama?
my surname is 'HoBag-McSluttingwhore'
i know, i know, double-barreled surname, doesn't mean i'm posh though...
hey, what would win in a fight between fire and ice? just a thought.
Separate names with a comma.