Difference between revisions of "Mundane"

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In fact there are lots of jobs, as far as this editor can tell, that need yo be done which are most probably not very enjoyable.
 
In fact there are lots of jobs, as far as this editor can tell, that need yo be done which are most probably not very enjoyable.
  
So the next time someone does a good job with an [[SCA]] groups finances or an [[autocrat]] has set up a really fantasic [[feast]] remember to thank them :)
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So the next time someone does a good job with an [[SCA]] groups finances or an [[autocrat]] has set up a really fantastic [[feast]] remember to thank them :)

Revision as of 03:35, 5 July 2003

Mundane generally refers to all non-SCA related things.

eg. Mundane clothes are your normal, everyday clothes. Other 'mundane' things are paperwork and responsibilities that relate to legalities in the SCA, signing waivers, dealing with city councils, all the 'behind the scenes' organisation that goes into running an event.

There are also terms or phrases that have different meaning in 'mundane terms' than in the SCA.

The other, and more mundane use of the word mundane (har har) implies that, as much of a surprise as it may be....

Its not all fun and games!

In fact there are lots of jobs, as far as this editor can tell, that need yo be done which are most probably not very enjoyable.

So the next time someone does a good job with an SCA groups finances or an autocrat has set up a really fantastic feast remember to thank them :)