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Costume Contest: It’s Clippy

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Finally, white smoke!  After much deliberation, Bwog’s Halloween Conclave has named Rick Betita and his “Clippy, the Paper Clip from Microsoft Word” costume the winner of Bwog’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest.  Rick will be getting a surprise candy bar some time in the next six months.  Happy Halloween, all.

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17 Comments

  1. aww  

    clippy (not rick) been hitting the ganj a little hard lately?.

  2. Charlotte

    what a fantastic costume!!!! i love it!!!!

  3. yobwog

    what does that greek text mean on the fireplace? it would make a cool story!

  4. rick  

    is the coolest person I know. Awesome costume!!

  5. Varun

    hahahahahah amazing!

  6. seth davidovits  

    PEE ON ME..NOWWWWW RICK
    NOWWWW!!!!

  7. lazy classicist

    uhh, all I can see is "kai" which means and

  8. Yet another  

    I can see "humeis kai ten": "you", nominative plural, "and", a basic conjunction, and an accusative feminine singular definite article.

    Which makes great sense out of context.

  9. 2102

    that is preeeeetty classic

  10. full text

    ΟΓΩΣ ΑΝ ΔΙΑΣΏΙΖΗΤΕ ΚΑΙ ΥΜΕΙΣ ΤΗΝ ΗΜΕΤΕΡΑΝ ΦΙΛΙΑΝ

    give it a go greek scholars.

  11. haha

    that is brilliant, I love it.

  12. K, classicist

    I'm almost positive that the first word should be "ΟΠΩΣ", which with "ΑΝ" means something like "may..." or "as...". I've never seen the word "ΟΓΩΣ" in my life.

    It should read something like "May you (plural) save our friendship"

    If you're interested in the breakdown:
    -ΥΜΕΙΣ: "you" 2nd person plural, nominative, the subject here
    -ΔΙΑΣΏΙΖΗΤΕ: "to save" 2nd person, plural, present, subjunctive, active
    -ΑΝ: particle that tells you a lot about the sentence construction
    -ΤΗΝ ΗΜΕΤΕΡΑΝ ΦΙΛΙΑΝ: accusative 3rd person singular, φιλιαν could be the noun "friendship" or the female form of the noun "friend" and I'm going to assume that it means "friendship" here.

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