Pace out!

Pace out!

posted on 6 Feb 2021 in Clothing

Give pace a chance…

Photo courtesy of Tom DeFanti.
Found in Ise, Japan. 

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Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
22 days ago

To get the love you need to take appropriate steps.

algernon
algernon
22 days ago

Keep on running

algernon
algernon
22 days ago

A bit of a laddys man

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
22 days ago

That old black magic has me in its spell
That old black magic that you weave so well
Vespa scooters falling down my spine
The same old witchcraft when your eyes meet mine

Sharon
Sharon
22 days ago

Lov & Peace. FIFY.

Shane the Freestyler
Shane the Freestyler
22 days ago

We ain’t finding love at this pace!

Marum
Marum
21 days ago

Written by for Tolstoy, by Warren Pearce

Marum
Marum
21 days ago

At the pace pf the old Lambrettas of the 60s, it would be a pretty slow affair.

Of you owned one, it was handy to live at the top of a long hill, in the winter months.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
21 days ago

Pace vobis cum.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
21 days ago

That should be “IN pace vobis cum”.

Latin classes were a looooong time ago! (And yes, I know vobiscum is normally all one word)

Marum
Marum
21 days ago

@DnT….To go from bathos to absurdity in Latin:
ergo. ‘Sit vis nobiscum’ – ‘may the force be with you’ 

UCity
UCity
21 days ago

Make pace, not wear!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
21 days ago

@Marum: Absurd and wrong. That actually translates “May the force be with US”. There is an interesting, if pedantic, thread on that page.
Funny how Latin and pedantic often go together.

I’d like to see something really weird, like a Latin translation of a Bugs Bunny script!

Marum
Marum
20 days ago

@DnT. I bnever formally studied Latin, so I often do things like that.

In Motuan, the ending on the verb denotes who did what to whom. So I had the greatest trouble with “The dog bit the boy; or, The boy bit the dog” And similar things.

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