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December 05, 2006


Simon H

mmmm - i had to think about it and still couldn't come up with an answer. I even had to break it down:
purple of emperors obviously refers to the royal colour purple. Now i'm thinking that any robe would be good for a beggar and would be very useful - so the colour and therefore importance of royal robes is useless to a beggar. So the person in question spews out quotations all the time not because of their importance or meaning but because he needs them??? geez i don't know.

I'd just stick with "Das ist Bernie" crack em up everytime.


I think it implies that when he talked, he talked as if he had very important things to say, like he thinks he'll be 'quoted' (when in fact it was just drivel).


"Das ist Bernie" was a cracker!

Mick Liubinskas

I reckon it means that the person who is quoting feels smart when they quote like a beggar would feel royal in the Kings garbs.

However, 'Das ist Bernie' was a classic moment in the history of comedy. "Out of the mouth of babes.."

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