The Aphorism to End All Aphorisms

“A witty saying proves nothing.”


Paradoks? 😆


17 thoughts on “The Aphorism to End All Aphorisms

  1. Gak juga ah, the quoted saying still sounds as witty as a witty saying. 😀 A witty saying is witty because it is witty. The wittiness is in its wittiness, not in its ability to prove anything.

    Redundan. :mrgreen:

  2. apakah ini semacam “The more we know, the more we dont know”??
    *dikemplang krn nyiptain quote Inggris ngasal* :mrgreen:

  3. And this is THE aphorism that start all aphorisms 😆 :

    Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.

    ‘Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound.’

  4. A few examples to prove that (taken from here):

    Raptus regaliter: Royally screwed
    Vescere bracis meis: Eat my shorts
    Fac ut vivas: Get a life
    Fac me cocleario vomere!: Gag me with a spoon!

    And my personal favorite…

    Utinam barbari spatioum proprium tuum invadant: May barbarians invade your personal space

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