This Oscar-winning song from the film " The Joker is Wild ," is performed by a relaxed Sinatra to another terrific Nelson Riddle arrangement. Listen to the audio clip at amazon. Listen to audio clips from two different remixes of this pumpin' dance track here and here. I also love a hot jazz violin version by Joe Venuti.
Old English is crap so I quit even trying to write dialogue in it about two sentences into the story. When something really, really, really wyrd happens, and hear ye me I do mean REALLY wyrd, and lo, it hath never happened before, and neither sir nor gentle lady knoweth what to do, let the goddamned Department of Mysteries handle it, y'hear?
And forsooth, maketh sure there are at least a half-dozen Aurors around, if ye know what be good for ye. A few bits of this are sprinkled throughout Calvin and Hobbes: The Series for little to no reason. In Perfection is OverratedSekai tends to talk like this as a parody of characters in fanfics who do so, but tends to drop this mode of speaking in moments of extreme emotion, such as when she's dying after her SLAVE is destroyed.
Combining this trope with the author's inexperience with the English language leads to some very odd dialogue. Shakespear uses 'thou' as a plural, thinking it means 'you' and 'thine' as a synonym for 'thou', has a tendency to add a random 'e' to his words, throws in some Did Not Do the Bloody Researchby using sodded as though it means stopped, and also, Shakespear randomly refers to himself as ore-sama at one point.
Rakenzarn Tales gives this to Dirk the Daring. It's lampshaded at least once. In The Keys Stand Alone: The Soft World, Terb the bard speaks this way in public, though he gets a lot of the words wrong.
Used in a Precision F-Strike in Rumpelstiltskin when the titular antagonist is about to crash his truck: They did make some attempt to get it right, both in the scenes using "thee" as the subject was actually done in some communities and when sprinkling it among the modern English of Played with on the bus: Thou wouldst hate me in the morning.
Sarah's version "Thou wouldst" was grammatically correct, and the bus driver's was a parody. It manifests mostly as some old-fashioned word choice and a lack of contractions. Stark in his Iron Man suit: Shakespeare in the park? Well, better that than thisssss way.
Averted, or rather, practiced in-universe by the characters, in Friendly Persuasion. The Quakers use the old-timey thee instead of you in speech.
However, they consistently misuse it, saying "thee" both as the object correct and also as the subject incorrect in sentences, when they should be using "thou.
Within these walls there is someone dear to you. The Inheritance Cycle tends to have "yea" and "thou art" thrown in with what is normal, modern English, with no reason and to no end.
Not to mention the annoying usage of "mine subject " by the dwarves, which is used even when the subject begins with a consonant. Also note that the letter "H" could be treated as either a vowel or consonant in this case.
One phrase that encapsulates this tendency in the Inheritance Cycle is "you and thine dragon".
Played for Laughs in Good Omens. Each and every 17th century character's dialogue gets a large dose. We must straightway printe a booke of prophecie by some hagge! I amme sick to mye Hart of typefettinge.
I telle you, onne a daye laike thif Ennywone withe half an oz of Sense shoulde bee oute in the Sunneshain, ane nott Stucke here alle the liuelong daie inn thif mowldey olde By-Our-Lady Workefhoppe.
Sometimes justified because almost all the translations of foreign literature are done in Spain and sometimes in Colombia and that country is the biggest market for literature in the Spanish-speaking world. In the Redwall series, some characters who are aristocrats in their respective societies or are at least nominally conservative have a very archaic way with words.
Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queenefrom circacontains certain features such as the "y-" past participle prefix and the "-en" plural verb endingused with varying degrees of success, that hadn't been current for about a century or so.
Natives of The Secret Country use a tolerable form of this, including "likes" for "pleases", "a" for "he or she" and "an" for "if". Interestingly, the author manages to vary it to less and more formal depending on the situation, and includes a described language that English-speaking visitors from modern Earth find maddening because they almost understand it; it might be a form of Old not Middle English.
The one example occurs in The Hidden Land where they are able to pick out a few of the lines. What is this world? What asketh men to have? Now with his love, now in his colde grave, Allone, withouten any compaignye. David Wellington's short story Pinecones, set in Roanoke, provides what would have been a reasonably accurate depiction of fifteenth-century English that is to say, English of the s.
Of note is this rendition of The Lord's Prayer:I had not heard of the Religious Sovereign Movement that apparently is spreading across the country. It is an attempt to overturn our legal system or at least turn it on its head. Within the text of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," Ebeneezer Scrooge finds redemption, as initiated by the ghost of his former business partner, Jacob Marley.
Marley, and the three spirits who pay Scrooge an unwelcomed visit on Christmas Eve,are central to Dickens' message regarding London's /5(3). Thanks to food and drug guidelines, just about every drug commercial on American TV is like this, with characters rattling off side-effects in "casual" conversation, sometimes (but surprisingly rarely) lampshaded when the other character will say "You sound like you're trying to convince me to use it!" A plombier-nemours.com commercial features two people on a couch talking about how great Bamzu is.
Here is the comment I made when I inaugurated this list on 1 September ; since then, the list has evolved to encompass both vocal and instrumental musical compositions: Today, I thought I'd share with my readers a new feature for "Notablog" and a new page on my site.I have been promising readers to inaugurate additional "My Favorite Things" pages, pointing to such things as favorite books.
Nov 11, · And so “at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of ” an armistice went into effect bringing the cessation of hostilities to what would become known as The Great War. It is from that event that our Veterans Day is commemorated.
Today . Charles John Huffam Dickens was born on 7 February , at 1 Mile End Terrace (now Commercial Road), Landport in Portsea Island (), the second of eight children of Elizabeth Dickens (née Barrow; –) and John Dickens (–).
His father was a clerk in the Navy Pay Office and was temporarily stationed in the district.