Thanks, Moo (unlesss you're calling me old!)60moo wrote:Flamey, that's what I call an utterly convincing performance. I thought your mature phrasing throughout was something special.
Thanks for your comments, jimmyneutron -- a pastiche is a piece written in the style of, or using motifs taken from, another. So you could try and pass this off as a piece by Reis -- let me know if you're successful.jimmyneutron026 wrote:what is a pastiche?
No-one's made me an offer yet...Classitar wrote:Does "YOUR NAME HERE" ever go on sale? I could use a little promo
It means "Anything said in Latin sounds profound". It's there by way of a repost to another who made a habit of quoting Latin (which he himself didn't understand if you wan't my opinion).What kind of latin is that - I can't seem to make any sense of it
"What why hide the desire for knowledge that others know?"
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