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South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut - Bich Is Latin For...
During the It's Easy Mm'kay part, Mr Garrison says "...bich is Latin for generosity". No it isn't, actually. Generosity in Latin is liberalitas, or else largitas. I don't even think bich is a word (however if I am wrong in bich not being a word, please let me know:))
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tuftedpuffin on 08-15-2001
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SIRinLTHR writes:
There was an unattributed ancient Roman proverb about generosity, "Bis das, si cito das." which simply means "If you give quickly, you give twice." Perhaps searching through Latin quotes on generosity, that was the closest to "bich" they could get.
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Sephiroth, son of Jenova writes:
Your right about it not being a word. The closest thing i could find was "bis" which means "twice"
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queenxmab writes:
its not mr garrison and he did say "step three with bi*ch drop the T cause bich is latin for generosity... im sure they just wanted something that could rhyme and im sure mr. mackey was just trying to make the kids (who are all 8 years old btw) stop swearing
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Pie-Boy writes:
Actually it's Mr Mackey because he's trying to not make then swear or watch Terrance and Phillip.
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anthony writes:
Bich is a word. It was the last name of the creator of the Bic pen. He changed his name before coming to America because people might take his name the wrong way, or something like that, so yes it is and actual word...or it was.
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nxdgirl writes:
He says it's Latin.
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