I think you should try that "first to coffee, last to leave" in Latin. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a very good online English >> Latin translator out there. (I checked while making my own seal.)
PH,I know a little Latin. I took one year in high school. I can still recite the pledge of allegiance! There are some online Latin translators, but they do not work well. The one I tried translated "coffee" as "coffin." I guess I would have to use the Italian "caffe" anyway. I have been searching for which army/regiment/battalion/group I lifted this from. "First to battle, last to leave." I think it may be 101st Airborne. Or maybe 1st Infantry. Either way, I came up with my version in 1993 on a union required coffee break while on a merchant ship.My recomendation for your motto: "Hic pulsus sursum bene!" Translation: "That blow'd up real good!"-CJU
I love them both, but your comments made me think... what about:"First to coffee, first to poop."
gKl,Ahh, all too true!-EG
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