Did They Skip Over This Guy Intentionally?

The English language, like most other languages, came from Latin. We took Latin words, changed them a bit and poof! English. Januarius became January, mater became mother, and so on and so forth. But I don’t understand why there’s no English word for et cetera. They create the entire English language, translate everything over, but then once they get to et cetera, they decided that no English sounding word could possibly encapsulate everything that et cetera stands for. So I’ll go ahead and pick up where the creators of English stopped. How about floogie? Can floogie be the English equivalent of et cetera? I’m going shopping tomorrow for some summer items. I need t-shirts, bathing suits, shorts, sandals, floogie…

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