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    Anonymous1157 9 years ago
    There have been arguments lately concerning how well you all can write in old English, so if you must, let it out here.

    ...

    I was going to do so myself, but I forgot what I was going to say.
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    Anarion 9 years ago
    Oh wonderful. Finally, a subject in which I may expound my eloquence unto all of thee...... yet I cannot think of a thing to say.

    *Sigh*
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    Madgamer 9 years ago
    Meh, I can't say anything to thee, so I shalt leave 'till thee check meh spellings.

    I love doing it like this, but I don't know shit.
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    Anonymous1157 9 years ago
    It appears that thy Medievale Englishe requires an inspiration to work with. Which leads me to quote:
    "Crazy" said:
    Thine will will will, Will.
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    Anarion 9 years ago
    "Anonymous1157" said:
    Which leads me to quote:
    "Crazy" said:
    Thine will will will, Will.
    As I hath already mentioned, the correct term to be used there must needs be "Thy". For "Thine" need only be used when the word preceding it be started with a vowel.
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    E_net4 9 years ago
    I am not experienced.
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    Anarion 9 years ago
    "E_net4" said:
    Aye am not experienced.
    So I see. "Aye" means yes, not "I".
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    E_net4 9 years ago
    What's thee right pronounciation, then?
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    Grim Reaper 9 years ago
    "E_net4" said:
    What's thee right pronounciation, then?
    "I".
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    Pete 9 years ago
    ...Not MORE of this... *dies*
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    Anonymous1157 9 years ago
    O! the lies. I hath brought upon the world a solution to such a thing appearing where it shan't ever again! Namely, threads that are meant to discuss other things.
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    Barebones 9 years ago
    You could also say "Thyself" instead of "I".
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    Anarion 9 years ago
    "Barebones" said:
    You could also say "Thyself" instead of "I".
    No, thou couldst not, for "Thyself" refers not to the speaker, but to the one being spoken to.
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    Solus Lupus 9 years ago
    Dost tho knowest nothing? What ye speeketh of be not old English, bas is Englisc. eow nu cnawan hwa Englisc is. don tostandan gedon bas leas eft! samwis heafod.
    http://wandership.ca/projects/eow/
    ( had to remove the accent marks )
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    Grim Reaper 9 years ago
    Dude, it's not "old english speaking thread", it's "Ye Olde Englishe Speake Threade".

    Thusly thou shouldst verily speaketh yonder Olde English.
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    harwe 9 years ago
    [OT]Medieval Man
    srry couldnt help it
    [/OT]
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    Solus Lupus 9 years ago
    .... ..... ...... .....Fine, I shalt speeketh Elizibethan English.
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    ahrenjb 9 years ago
    Thy hath an-gred thine lords.

    'Tis not long 'till thy shall be smitten.
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    Madgamer 9 years ago
    Silence or be silenced.



    Only if Soldat hath hacksaw + Law...

    'Twas good ol' times back then.
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    ahrenjb 9 years ago
    Aye. Hopes are lost of warfare on that fearsome beaste.
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    E_net4 9 years ago
    I shalt naught eat thy turkey! 'Tis ay bad turkey!
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    Anarion 9 years ago
    "E_net4" said:
    I shalt naught eat thy turkey! 'Tis ay bad turkey!
    Truly people thou art killing this fine language. Learn to speak it or hold thy tounges.
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    Solus Lupus 9 years ago
    Let us tie thine tounge to the Rack. If ye be sayin' Nay to holding thy tounge.
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    Anarion 9 years ago
    "Solus Lupus" said:
    Let us tie thine tounge to the Rack. If ye be sayin' Nay to holding thy tounge.
    Thou art only proving mine earlier statement. Thou art obviously limited in thy knowledge of how this language be spoken, therefore I advise careful research into this matter before thou wouldst consider replying with yet another poorly worded rebuke.
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    Solus Lupus 9 years ago
    sic dominus. intelligo.
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    E_net4 9 years ago
    "Solus Lupus" said:
    sic dominus. intelligo.
    'Tis ain't latin, go away!
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    Grim Reaper 9 years ago
    "E_net4" said:
    "Solus Lupus" said:
    sic dominus. intelligo.
    'Tis ain't latin, go away!
    I didn't know this was "ain't latin".

    Verily thou art not as fluent in Ye Olde Englishe as thou thinketh.
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    E_net4 9 years ago
    "Grim Reaper" said:
    "E_net4" said:
    "Solus Lupus" said:
    sic dominus. intelligo.
    'Tis ain't latin, go away!
    I didn't know this was "ain't latin".

    Verily thou art not as fluent in Ye Olde Englishe as thou thinketh.
    Verily so?
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    Pete 9 years ago
    "E_net4" said:
    "Solus Lupus" said:
    sic dominus. intelligo.
    'Tis ain't latin, go away!
    Actually... the thread name is Ye Olde MEDIEVAL Speake. Latin was used a lot in medieval, so technically... he is right and you all are wrong.
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    Zombie 9 years ago
    Praytell, good sirs... From whence doth that peculiar "Rocket Propelled Chainsaw" imagery hail? It piques mine interest quite deliciously.
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    Amarth 9 years ago
    Zombie: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?t=66428">http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/sh ... hp?t=66428</a><!-- m -->

    Make sure to scroll, there's more than the upper one.
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    ahrenjb 9 years ago
    'Tis absolutely brilliant!
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    Shingo 9 years ago
    Yea, for most verily I assure thee that this threade be composed of moste high honour in that it hath brought about the rebirthing of that most glorious of tongues - namely the speech of the reign of her beloved and most pious majesty that same Elizabeth I. I do heartily commend thee, most noble sir.
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    Anonymous1157 9 years ago
    "Shingo" said:
    Yea, for most verily I assure thee that this threade be composed of moste high honour in that it hath brought about the rebirthing of that most glorious of tongues - namely the speech of the reign of her beloved and most pious majesty that same Elizabeth I. I do heartily commend thee, most noble sir.
    Thou art a master. I bow to thee.
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    Madgamer 9 years ago
    I hath a lot more pictures from whence they came.



    Elizabeth I, one of the moste noble heiress, just got owned.
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