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The phrase I quoted was printed in a newspaper advertisement purporting to mean: "(I) am crazy, but not stupid"....I haven't actively used Latin (other than in a religious service) for well over 20 years so I am at a loss.
What would "I may be crazy, but I am not stupid" be in Latin?
While you are at this, could you also translate: "I'm not crazy, I've just been in a bad mood for 30 years."?
Yes, as you can see from my requests, it has been a very rough year for me so far. Actually the "jury" is still out as to my sanity.
I thought I'd use the Latin transcription of these phrases on my new personal cards and "amaze my friends and confound my enemies".