I’ve had the current site motto — “I couldn’t possibly fail to disagree with you less” — for many years now, and I am not likely to change it any time soon.
So I pass this Latin phrase on to you. Use it wisely.
Vade et caca in pilleum et ipse traheatur super aures tuos.
This is where it came from, and there’s a whole convoluted story behind it. (One reasonable starting place is here.) If nothing else, it’s an object lesson in the First Rule of Holes.
(Sent me by old friend and occasional commenter Mel.)