The Piecemeal Man (abmann) wrote,
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NYE - Booze and Midget Porn. You know, the usual.


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As detailed below, auld lang syne literally means 'old long since', but a more idiomatic English translation would be something like "long long ago",[3] 'days of long ago', or 'olden days'. 'For old times' sake,' or 'to the (good) old days,' or 'To days(or times) gone by' may be modern-day expressions, in common use as toasts, that capture the spirit of 'for auld lang syne'. The song begins by posing the question whether it is right that old times be forgotten, and is generally interpreted as a call to remember long-standing friendships.[11] Thomson’s Select Songs of Scotland was published in 1799 in which the second verse about greeting and toasting was moved to its present position at the end.


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