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fireboyAn angry young man with a passon for metal 252 posts Location: Wagga Wagga, N.S.W, Australia
Posted: well i know there are some french people on this site. well i am going to france and i want to learn these frazes 1) you fucking idiot. (i wanna say it my brother 24/7) 2) christ here we go again 3) I didn't ask for fries wench 4)oh crap 5) Hello me give you 5 uro dollar me give you head (kidding) 6)NO IM NOT A FUCKING TOURIST
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Twirl'N'BurnBooojakasha 121 posts Location: Brisbane QLD Australia
Posted: Hmm talk to Cass. You might want to throw please and thankyou onto that list also.
CassandraFroggie ... Ribbit !!! 4,224 posts Location: Back in Paris... for now !
Posted: Thank you = merci
please = s'il vous plait
I'm so sorry I happen to be such a rude tourist = je suis désolé d'etre un touriste si mal poli
I used to have a guidebook of "how to be rude and offense people" in 5 different languages in various precise travelling situations, you might want to look for that guide' probably published around 1996, it's hilarious (allthough I would not advise you to try it "live" without proper running / escaping training first )
shine on Cassandra
"I want brown bread... no, that is diesel oil..." "So I was raised in Europe, where History comes from ..." "NON !!! La Plume de mon oncle n est pas Bingibangibungi !!!"
Posted: When i lived in france, i had this book called "Baise Toi" and it was the funniest thing! Told you how to say things like "i think you look that a fat cow on heat in that dress" and other delightful tidbits.
can i remember any of the french?
ex-hop-aholic, now inconsistent lurker...
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