Getting (your) graffiti wrong!

Slightly less serious side of English. Getting (your) graffiti wrong! How embarrassing getting graffiti wrong!

You would have thought doing his homework first would be a no-brainer. But not for our Brian, in a flash of madness, he ran out, paint & brush in hand and started daubing “Romans go home“ in Latin (or so he thought).

Luckily, a passing (on foot patrol) Roman centurion noticed Brian’s abysmal attempt at Latin, and took it upon himself to coach him to the correct version and told him to repeat it 100 times.

For help with your graffitti, mail centurioncoachings@lifeof brian.com

To relive this epic scene form Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian‘, push the link to youtube https://youtu.be/DdqXT9k-050

no-brainer (Das versteht sich von selbst), to daub (etw pinseln), abysmal (grottenschlect), attempt (Versuch), to take it upon oneself (etw auf sich nehmen)

2 thoughts on “Getting (your) graffiti wrong!

Mea culpa, I’ve never watched this epic masterpiece of British cinema and humour. At least I know the famous song “Always look on the bright side of life” but that’s all. I wonder if I can still step outside without fear after this confession… 😉

Maybe this is a good start to ask for forgiveness:
I will watch Life of Brian.
I will watch Life of Brian.
I will watch Life of Brian.
I will watch Life of Brian.
I will watch Life of Brian.
I will…

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