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Hammer and Pickle 11:07 Thu Dec 20
Your posts in Old English to make
Put the verb at the end of your sentence, as in: your verb at the end of your sentence to put.

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Alvin 2:55 Fri Dec 21
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Blimey mate, you nothing better to do got?

Westham67 1:48 Fri Dec 21
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
I'm forever bubbles blowing

ironsofcanada 1:17 Fri Dec 21
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
We could also make up some Old English-like kennings, (which are some of my favourite parts of the language) for our players or other football nouns.

Many classic ones come from Beowulf
- hronrade (whale-road) for "the sea"
- bānhūs (bone house) for "the body"
- ben-grefil (wound-hoe) for "sword"
- heofon-candel (heaven-candle) for "the sun"

They often were poetic and therefore both representative and abstract, so something like the North American term "sister-kisser" for a 0-0 would work.

Fabianski - net-fortress
Noble - match-rock
Hernandez - goal-eagle

Or along of the lines of using felli fjörnets (slayer-of-giants) for Thor, (we could try it on for size for our team itself, though less applicable this season, more "slayer-of-teams-we-should-be-slaying) Anderson could be "confuser-of-defenders"

Or like grennir gunn-más (feeder-of-ravens) for "warrior", a few of our squad could be (employer-of-physios)

Yours?

Lato 12:08 Fri Dec 21
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Off f@ck you Spurs

the exile 12:48 Fri Dec 21
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
On you irons come!

BRANDED 12:25 Fri Dec 21
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Wot do?wot do ? Wot do?

geoffpikey 12:04 Fri Dec 21
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Fam you be, dem tru lyrics tellin.

Nah. Workes not

Hammer and Pickle 11:45 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
I wrote it not.

gph 11:44 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Did you "How to Make Enemies and Alienate People" write?

Son of Sam 11:40 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
s moldstow t s docgas ātȳh

Ancymst u Irens

(thanks to https://www.oldenglishtranslator.co.uk/)

Loosely translated

The site to the dogs is gone

Come on You Irons

neilalex 11:38 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Isn't this very much like German? I thought we'd against that voted?

Hammer and Pickle 11:36 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
I understand that a cunt you are?

gph 11:33 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Old English didn't put the verb at the end of main clauses, unless they were questions.

You that understand?

In subordinate clauses, the verb came at the end.

This was the rule, of which this an example is.

Caveat: the corpus of written Old English is sparse enough that most rules are provisional.

Hammer and Pickle 11:32 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Tisk.

*The old cockney reversal oft you hear.

Gavros 11:30 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
You often here the old reversal in cockney.

Gutted, are you?

Frozen, I was

Etc.

Far Cough 11:22 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Bubbles I'm forever blowing

the exile 11:20 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Gank he say, "What to do with West Ham this has got?"

Hammer and Pickle 11:10 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
Yoda speak you mean.

Jaan Kenbrovin 11:10 Thu Dec 20
Your posts in Scottish
Get tae fuck.

Far Cough 11:08 Thu Dec 20
Re: Your posts in Old English to make
You mean Yoda speak?

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