What is sanity?

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What is sanity?

Postby Gormur » 2008-12-16, 7:42

What is sanity? Is it simply conformity? What is insanity? Non-conformity?
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Re: What is sanity?

Postby HerrFraeulein » 2008-12-22, 11:15

In a word: yes. Or, as they would say in Spain: ¡sí! Lo siento, tío. :partyhat:
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Re: What is sanity?

Postby sa wulfs » 2008-12-22, 11:25

We could also say: ¡ajo y agua!

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Re: What is sanity?

Postby Emandir » 2008-12-22, 11:49

Beuh! Image Image Image
Except for physical brain diseases, I think, yes, that sanity is but conformism!
So I'd rather stay here with all the madmen than perish with the sadmen roaming free (db, All The Madmen, 1971)!
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Re: What is sanity?

Postby loqu » 2008-12-22, 12:19

sa wulfs wrote:We could also say: ¡ajo y agua!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I heard once in a dubbed film one of my favourite expressions in Spanish that goes similarly to what HerrFräulein said. Applying to the current case, estás loco, chaval, supéralo.

The film actually said eres blanca, nena, supéralo. Don't know what the original English version was.
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