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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by getbent, May 21, 2015.
Dost thou thinketh thou hast gone too far, perchance?
You've got a lot of knave posting this...
The "native" threads have become the latest "Bruce Lee vs the General Lee." threads.
Could Bruce Lee kick a native speakers butt?
How absolute the knave is! We must speak by the card, or equivocation will undo us.
Be still, varlet. Err it behooves me to thoroughly thrash thee, about thy head and shoulders.
do you question my scruples good man?
Dost thou not know thy grammar?
But thou hast already conjugated the verb 'do' so thy sentence should stand thus:
'Dost thou think thou hast gone too far, perchance?'
'Thinkest thou that thou hast gone too far, perchance?'
Scruples? Nay. Pedigree perhaps.
I bite my thumb at you sir!
sounds political to me
Ah yes, partaking of the dozens in a tongue most proper. One would believe you wouldst find biting thy thumb most distasteful, when considering its previous and recent location.
Farewell, you muddy knave . . .
thou art a knave to call me so. . . .
Say, what beast, thou knave, thou?
Thou mewling milk-livered moldwarp!
when one breathes only the fetid twee of the dame...
all things are scented in dame for him.
Forsooth, doth a Knave-American deign to enter this fray?
Such is the common drunkard who keeps ill will in his house, for that man is surely a knave.
Who you callin' a ho?
Heh heh. You said twee.