Latin Phrases Everyone Should Know

Carpe Diem: Seize the day (probably written on a white board in a classroom somewhere)

Caveat Emptor: Let the buyer beware (on legal stuff)

Cogito, Ergo Sum: I think, therefore I am (something profound to impress your friends)

In Absentia: While absent (also on legal stuff e.g., trial in absentia)

In Flagrante Delicto (my favorite): In flaming offence or in the act of a crime (as said in Clue)

Ipso Facto: By that very fact (used in philosophy, law, and science)

Mea Culpa: By my fault (as said in V for Vendetta)

Persona Non Grata: An unwelcome person (diplomatic term)

Prima Facie: On first view (another legal term)

Post Mortem: After death (as said on detective shows)

Pro Bono: Done without charge

Quid Pro Quo: Something for something, this for that (as said in Silence of the Lambs)

Tempus Fugit: Time flies (song by Miles Davis)

Terra Incognita: Unknown land

Vox Populi: Voice of the people (as said in V for Vendetta)

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Top 10 - (Most memorable) Psychopaths on Film.

“I think a lot of psychopaths are just geniuses who drove so fast that they lost control.” 

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“In any story the villain is the catalyst. The more powerful they are, the more exciting a story is.”

Edit by: @vulcanplomeeksoup Story by : @till-proven-guilty

The wind clamors around them yelling things that the day would not dare whisper. Bad Loque. Will shifts and the world briefly rearranges itself once more his appearance is that of a man. The edges of the Stag blur into one tall familiar figure whose cheekbones slice the very air. “Hello, Will.”