Tuesday, 27th June, 2017
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(I had heard that from a less-than-reliable-source)
As it turns out, the answer is:
Yes, Latin is one of the language options.
In fact there's even a TIL thread at reddit.
Which managed to stay on topic for about four comments:
Pope: Why do I have to push "1" for Latin? It should only be Latin! If you're gonna come here, learn the language! Foreigners!And from there it just descended into madness.
"And then they ask 'Are you sure you want to withdraw $DCXLII?'"
"$642? The ATMs in the Vatican give out ones!?"
Smallest note in the EU is €5 Maybe it's €640 and two Hail Marys?
"Romanes eunt domus."
The line is "People called 'Romanes' they go the house." "Romanes" is not a Latin word; he pluralized a second declension word as if it were third declension, so it doesn't translate to anything.
"Eunt?? What is eunt???"
3rd person plural present active of the verb 'eo, ire', meaning to go.
Until Il Papa decided to show off by making a withdrawal: