Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Cardboard Reality Interventions 2011: No. 145

Lagness 25/05/11:

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

man you gotta stop givin this stuff away!!!

Wartime Housewife said...

Thicko of Leicestershire says "What does fac nunc" mean please?

Outa_Spaceman Being: 53 said...

Tsk, tsk.
'Do Now'

Wartime Housewife said...

So at Evensong, does 'Nunc Dim-itis' mean 'Now suffering from being really thick'?

Outa_Spaceman Being: 53 said...

Quidquid Latine dictum sit altum videtur.
Innit.

Dogsbody, Scrivener and Wretch said...

Nunc hoc vides!
That term ‘fac’ is an abbreviation derived from the Latin irregular verb ‘facere’.
It might mean ‘to do’ or ‘to make’.
The literal meaning of the phrase ‘fac nunc’ will depend on how you conjugate the verb.
Thus: facio nunc = I do/make now.
Facis nunc = you (singular) do now.
Etcetera ...

Fio nunc means “I am done now!”

Outa_Spaceman Being: 53 said...

Now see what you've done W.H.

Wartime Housewife said...

Caecilius in atrio sedet. Grumio in horto laborat. Metella at bingo in Blandford Forum.

Dogsbody, Scrivener and Wretch said...

Terminus sum.

Wartime Housewife said...

That's Chinese soup from King's Cross isn't it?
Ok, ok, I'll stop now