Pax Romana on the junk

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"Pax Romana" is latin for "Roman Peace"

The usage of "Pax Romana on the junk" comes from particular incident at Gulf Wars during the fourth reign of Duke Edmund of Hertford. At the start of the War many the unbelts made a game of slapping each other "in the junk" on the list field. This game gave them so much joy that it was continued off the list field into the days to come.

His Grace Edmund was overheard to say "You are very dumb" to a pair participating in the game.

Court was held with drinks to a lively audience. During an intermission a pair of participants bumped into his Grace Edmund spilling his beer. He immediately declared "Pax Romana on the junk". All activities involving hitting of another junk to be ceased.

The order still stands to this day.

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