FATUM HUMANTITUS is loosely translated as the Fate of the Human Condition. It is not a true Latin translation, or for that matter Latin at all, but rather a vernacular use in pop culture to convey the lack of meaning in the human experience, often associated with a witty reference to fate and the human condition as a disease afflicted upon the soul.

FATUM HUMANTITUS

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