By amidreaming?? - 11/06/2012 21:45 - United Kingdom - Bushey
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If you wanted to speak proper middle english you would have said " thou needst to findeth another girlfriend" just saying
Old English: Hwæt! We Gardena in geardagum etc. (no, not kidding..it's insane) Middle English: Whan that Aprille with hise shoures soote, The droghte of March hath perced to the roote etc. Modern English: Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate etc. This is MODERN English, not middle English! Albeit an early form of modern English.
The reason why you got thumbed down so many times is because you are wrong. First of all, that is not middle English, as a previous comment pointed out. Second, The proper way to say it as Shakespeare would is "Thou need to find another girlfriend" Thou=you. And you only say "eth" when the verb ends in "-s". For example, instead of "He finds it." Say "He findeth it." But in this case it shouldn't end in "-s" so there is no need for "eth".
That's utterly bizarre. Maybe they're playing a prank on you, you can seriously ask them to tell you the truth .... Or break into your girlfriend's house. Take your pick :p
she is shady ,tell her to show ,if not move on ,that's real shady & strange.