Phrase Of The Day

Tuesday, 1 March 2005

Pearl of wisdom which was mentioned during lunch with my dad and Lionel today:

"Contra windum, non pisundum"

Try putting yourself into the most (pig) Latin frame of mind as possible before trying to figure that one out. I'm tempted to stick it on my office cubicle and create some confusion.

4 Comments

#1Gravatar imagemrkiasu says:

Try very hard to understand what it means, and at the end cannot get it still.

#2Gravatar imageMichelle says:

Patience, young grasshopper. 😀 Keep at it, but don’t pin me down for causing you sleepless nights.

#3Gravatar imageruach says:

a-hahahahahaha! i am so putting that on my wall – thank you! isn’t that what people say when they’re asked for a tip?

#4Gravatar imageMichelle says:

I don’t know, but we could start a trend. Sending waiters away with pearls (droppings) of wisdom instead of cash.

I can’t say it with a straight face though.

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