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Oui je comprends, nous parlais en fracaise ajourd-hui parce que nous desirons to seem 'dead posh'?

I was once at a very fancy Cotswold farm shop, and a yummy mummy waltzed in wearing flash coat, sunglasses etc. And started ordering at the cheese counter in French, then stopped, giggled and (transparently lying) said 'oh I'm so sorry, I only just got back frm my flat in France! Hee hee'

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Oui je comprends, nous parlais en fracaise ajourd-hui parce que nous desirons to seem 'dead posh'?

I was once at a very fancy Cotswold farm shop, and a yummy mummy waltzed in wearing flash coat, sunglasses etc. And started ordering at the cheese counter in French, then stopped, giggled and (transparently lying) said 'oh I'm so sorry, I only just got back frm my flat in France! Hee hee'

Did she say: "Du pain, du vin, du Boursin..." ?

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That`s French isn't it?

You filthy, evil, garlic eating barsteds.

I almost bougth a garlic chicken in the Co-Op today. Just saying. It was a spatcock or something like that. Looked spreadeagled like some porno chicken.

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Ahh, memories of 40 years ago

mauvais, mechant, vilain, beau

petit, haut, vieux, joli, gros

nouveau, gentil, jeune et bon

grande et meilleur

Vaste et long

or the wonder of chemicals and synapses

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Oui je comprends, nous parlais en fracaise ajourd-hui parce que nous desirons to seem 'dead posh'?

I was once at a very fancy Cotswold farm shop, and a yummy mummy waltzed in wearing flash coat, sunglasses etc. And started ordering at the cheese counter in French, then stopped, giggled and (transparently lying) said 'oh I'm so sorry, I only just got back frm my flat in France! Hee hee'

I tried that in Gregg's in Leith once. Didn't go down too well.

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"Je suis un Rock Star" - Bill Wyman

This Paris march. Can anybody tell me what it's all about? Is it about free speech? Tolerance? Unity? The sad state of Croissants? Lots of world leaders there...do they know what it's all about? Too much hypocrisy and muddled thinking here.

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"Je suis un Rock Star" - Bill Wyman

This Paris march. Can anybody tell me what it's all about? Is it about free speech? Tolerance? Unity? The sad state of Croissants? Lots of world leaders there...do they know what it's all about? Too much hypocrisy and muddled thinking here.

Oh I thought all the world leaders had gone to a march in Baga.

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When you goooo, will you send back, a baguette and some roquefort? Take a looooook at the railtrack from St Pancras to Gard du Nord.

Excellent! Now if we could just come up with a suitable tune ...

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Ahh, memories of 40 years ago

mauvais, mechant, vilain, beau

petit, haut, vieux, joli, gros

nouveau, gentil, jeune et bon

grande et meilleur

Vaste et long

or the wonder of chemicals and synapses

Mine have regurgitated:

"Summus, imus, medius, extremus."

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"Je suis un Rock Star" - Bill Wyman

This Paris march. Can anybody tell me what it's all about? Is it about free speech? Tolerance? Unity? The sad state of Croissants? Lots of world leaders there...do they know what it's all about? Too much hypocrisy and muddled thinking here.

There is simply no show without Punch. :)

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