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My Greek is a little rusty, but I think I got "F*** Clivebaby and the horse he rode in on."
I can haz humanateez duhploma now?
Close. For a clue, click the Greek.
You never step on the same tard twice—for it's not the same tard and you're not the same person. (Just look at the bottom of your shoe.)
A lot of people probably don't know that tard is a Greek term, as when Hippasus, the discoverer of irrational numbers, said "Pythagoras is a tard." (That was just before Pythagoras had him tossed overboard.)
By the way, Heraclitus is called "the weeping philosopher". (Probably because they were new shoes.)
You never step on the same tard twiceâ€”for it's not the same tard and you're not the same person.