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1. As we start cruising around hunting for Latin bumper stickers, the first one we spy has this image, and the words "Ostende mihi pecuniam!" How would this best be translated into English?
2. As we start today's search for a Latin bumper sticker, the first one we come across features this image of a Viking ready to go onstage, accompanied by the words "Barbarus in curru". How could that slogan be translated into English?
3. This bumper sticker suggests that the driver in front of me is not ready to start coping with the events facing him today. How might you translate "Si Hodie Piscis Esset, Reicerem" from Latin into English?
4. This slogan on a bumper sticker suggests that the car's driver is not ready to start celebrating a recent election victory. What English phrase could be a translation of the Latin "Nolite Me Culpare - Suffragatus Sum Erae Porcellae"?
5. The driver of the car sporting this bumper sticker seems to be ready to start making excuses for the erratic driving being displayed ahead of me. If it were written in English instead of Latin, how might "Diabolus me coegit peccare" read?
6. Here's another bumper sticker suggesting that family harmony may not be at its best in the car ahead of me. In fact, they may be ready to start brawling at any moment, if the sign is to be believed. What is an English translation of the Latin "Mater, Cape Malleum - Musca in Capite Patris Sedet"?
7. How would you translate this Latin slogan, a relic of the sixties, into English? "Suscipete amorem non bellum".
8. These guys look ready to start something, and I don't want to be part of it! What is the English translation of the Latin phrase on this bumper sticker? "Inimici RE VERA me persequuntur"
9. The driver of the car sporting our next bumper sticker seems to be ready to start on a career of deception. How can the Latin sentence "Non solum fumo speculisque, sed etiam tintinnabulis fistulisque fit" be translated into English?
10. This bumper sticker suggests that the driver is ready to start watching the old TV show "Batman" with gusto. What does the Latin phrase "Sacra bos!" mean in English?
Source: Author looney_tunes
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