Drink or be scolded therefor, only do it in Latin

I good friend of mine forwarded this to me from today's Times. Of course, berating a drunkard in perfect Latin is always advisable, except when the inebriating wine has been an Opimian, or the hungover man is too crapulentus, or intoxicated, which gave the English word 'crapulous'. Incidentally, books are inebriating, too, and one comment about Richard de Bury (1287-1345),... Continue Reading →

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