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Though the actual translation from Latin is "So goes the glory of the world," a popular spoof translation is "Gloria threw up on the bus Monday." In the same realm as semper ubi sub ubi.
-"What's all this vomit on my seat?"
-"Sic transit Gloria mundi."
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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A Latin phrase meaning "so passes the glory of the world." The term is Templar-Masonic in origin, and has multiple occult connotations and uses among authors, poets, secret societies, and other intellectual oddballs. Loser Clasical Studies students sometimes use it as a form of farewell or goodbye, mostly to make others feel stupid, as a means of dealing with their own insecurity. Can be used to articulate any emotion
James: Okay Matt, see ya later
Matt: Yeah man, sic transit gloria mundi

Kyle: Matt go fuck yourself, and get out of my house!
Matt: AHH Fuck You! Sic transit gloria mundi Bitches!
by DeMolay June 29, 2005
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What you shouldn't say when a violent and oppressive dictator is finally taken out.
- Muammar Gaddafi is captured and killed by rebel forces. -

Sylvio Berlusconi: 'Sic transit gloria mundi'

The world: 'lolwat'
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