What does this Latin phrase mean : semper in excretia sumus, solim profundum variat [Solved]

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Were always in the manure, only its depth varies.
Lord de Ramsey said this in the House of Lords, 21 January 1998, if this link is true :

(we are) Always in the excretia (excrement, manure, crap, etc.); only the depth varies. In other words life is always difficult, but to varying degrees.

Semper In Excreta

Thats a modern Latin saying : were always in the sh1t, only the depth varies, lol.

We are always in sh*t only the depth varies.

Thats a modern Latin saying : were always in the sh1t, only the depth varies, lol.

(we are) Always in the excretia (excrement, manure, crap, etc.); only the depth varies. In other words life is always difficult, but to varying degrees.

Answer 7

always upon excretia are , whole a depth variety

Answer 7

We are always in sh*t only the depth varies.

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