The British Military Open Encyclopedia - ARRSE-Pedia. Back to British Army Rumour Service Home

CarpeDiem

From ARRSEpedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Carpe diem is a latin phrase from a seriously dead Italian poet called Horace.

Most chavvy translators of latin think it means "seize the day" making it a totally nails demand for action but Horace (being a wimpy wop) meant it to read 'ENJOY the day'.

That's spoiled than now hasn't it!


libraryimage.jpg Find out more in the Dictionary