I'M SORRY

Dec. 18th, 2010 09:10 pm
solitarysloth: On a black background, a man standing in a ring of fire (True Magic - Lord Octopod)
I came across this today and am now going to inflict it on you. I feel like it needs to be warned for, but IDK what.



Cannot Unsee.
solitarysloth: On a black background, a man standing in a ring of fire (PRAYER CIRCLE)
I would like to propose that I have the greatest Latin prof in the history of ever.

There were several rousing renditions of this song in class. Then he got the university choir to record it.




I think my professor just really likes filking things. He routinely stops mid-lecture to ponder possible songs (and that one time he translated an Elvis song into Latin, which we then sang in class). Or maybe it's just a Latin thing.

ETA b/c I'm not making a new post for this, but

Things Not To Do When Retelling A Classic Children's Story:
1. Make The Opening Line Unintelligible. SRSLY. What.

All right now, we're going to begin. When we come to the end of the story we shall know more than we do now, for he was a very bad goblin!

No, seriously, what even is that.
(cf. the original: "You must attend to the commencement of this story, for when we get to the end we shall know more than we do now about a very wicked hobgoblin")

2. Not Bother To Mention That It's A Retelling. Anywhere.

:/

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