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According to google translate:

 

discentes non est poena

 

Reminds me of a funny. My youngest dd was getting to be quite the drama queen, complaining of everything in the grand tradition of the princess in Princess and the Pea. Finally her cousin said to her "suck it up" when she had worn him out with her meaningless complaints. That phrase stuck and we stuck "suck it up" into google translate and got:

 

nutrientibus eam sursum

 

I sent it to my friend (who is learning Latin with her kiddos) and she tried to guess what it meant and said, "Huh, 'breastfeed on high'?" so I told her what it really meant...

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According to google translate:

 

discentes non est poena

 

Reminds me of a funny. My youngest dd was getting to be quite the drama queen, complaining of everything in the grand tradition of the princess in Princess and the Pea. Finally her cousin said to her "suck it up" when she had worn him out with her meaningless complaints. That phrase stuck and we stuck "suck it up" into google translate and got:

 

nutrientibus eam sursum

 

I sent it to my friend (who is learning Latin with her kiddos) and she tried to guess what it meant and said, "Huh, 'breastfeed on high'?" so I told her what it really meant...

 

Nutrientibus Eam Sursum Academy. :D:D:D

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