Honey, where are my legions?

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  1. Instead of:

    Can you pass me the salt?

    Say:

    **CARTHAGO DELENDA EST**

  2. Why are you using barbarian pagan language of the natives of Britannia

  3. Instead of ‘I’ll tell my mom’, say ‘Wait till Biggus Dickus hears of this!’

  4. Petition to banish Pitbull from Rome for saying “I saw, I conquered, I caaaaame”

  5. “Senate, where are my legions?”

    “What?”

    “Where Are My Legions?”

    “We’ve sent them home.”

    “Where?”

    “Why do you need to know?”

    “I need them.”

    “Nah-a don’t you go think about going of winning some dareíng battles. We’ve been planning this election for two months.”

    “The republic is in danger.”

    “My election is in danger”

    “You tell me where those legions are damnit! We are talking about the greater good!”

    “I am the Senate! I’m the greatest good you’ll ever get”

  6. Furthermore, I consider that Carthage must be destroyed.

  7. *I came, I saw, I came, I saw*
    *I praise the Lord, then break the law*

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  8. I believe I’m witnessing this subreddit peak. Surely it’s all down hill from here?

  9. Instead of ‘the die is cast’, say ‘alea iacta est’

  10. For extra Roman you use the Latin phrases:

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    The die is cast = Alea iacta est

    I came, I saw, I conquered = Veni, vidi, vici

    Caesar has no authority over the grammarians = Caesar non supra grammaticos

    Rome has spoken, the case is closed = Roma locuta, causa finita (the one true quote here!)

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  11. Instead of saying Netflix and chill, say bread and games.

  12. Meme would be better if green side completely utilised Latinate based vocabulary

  13. Instead of “i guess its fate/destiny” say “all roads lead to rome”

  14. Jokes aside i would like to use “the die is cast one more often”

  15. The ~~Indian~~ Hindiequivalent of the second last one would be, “The arrow has left the bow”.

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