we had the why we hate labour thread,now it's the frogs turn

#1
so, any reasons why we hate the French so much?

for me it has to be

1- the horrible rat dogs they take to resturants with them
2- Parking their lorries across the port when I was desperatley trying to escape their country
3- deciding to put a refuse site on top of the area that was the battle of Loos
4- DeGaulle
5- That camp for asylumn seekers (the name escapes me)
 
#2
So many reasons, so little time.

The dog sh*t in Paris.
Not being active members of NATO but wanting to rule anyway.
Being fukcing useless on combined ops because they must be see as having independet command.
Pacific nuclear tests long after everyone else had gone underground.
Sinking the Rainbow Warrier.
Chirac.
Having a cr*p Navy.
Having a cr*p Army except the Legion most of whom are not French.
Imagine being in the French Airforce? is there anything lower?

I'm off for a shot of whiskey.
 
#5
Sangatte Camp
Their utter arrogance about all things
Runny carrot or onion flavoured water that they have a cheek to call soup
All the rest of their shite cooking that they arrogantly think is better than everyone else's
Bojoulais Nuevau - I wouldn't sour it and put it on my chips
Their crap, poncy language
The fact the men all think they are god's gift to women
Their women don't shave
Their women stink
Vanessa Paradis - gap toothed munter
Arc de Triumph - what f*cking triumph?
Capitulation and surrender then their utter thanklessness when we saved them from the Krauts. We should have just let Hitler get no with it. ingrates!
Keeping perfectly good british meet out of their shops against EU orders on the grounds it had BSE when we all knew they were protecting their own interests
They get more out of the EU than they pay in
Serge whateverthefuck he was called who did the moany orgasm song in the 60's
Antoine Decaunes. Cnut!
Jean Paul Gaultier. Ever bigger queer cnut!
Eurotrash. Only a frog could think that shite up.

I could just go on forver......
 
#6
Being so far up their own derrieres that

1. The EU Capital moves between Brussels and Strasbourg two or three time a year.. because the Frogs want it that way. Unbelievably inefficient.

2. They dont want English to become the Official language of the EU.

3. Whenever the workshy fops take Industrial Action, the action they take is to blockade the Tunnel. Next time they do this I want to lob a burning sheep onto the next frog registered vehicle I see. Ideally from a motorway bridge.

4. Bloody hell just thinking about them has ruined my afternoon.
 

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LE
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#7
Birdie_Numnums said:
......

Imagine being in the French Airforce? is there anything lower?

I'm off for a shot of whiskey.
The French Navy - all ships convert to u-boats at the drop of a tricolour.

:wink:
 
#8
Don't rate the foreign legion they are truly shoite. Some of them may be hard, but so are the regulars at the Shakespeares Arms. Don't make em good soldiers.

The only good frenchy warriors are Joan of Arc and Asterix, one was a mad bint who spoke to the trees and the other one needed a magic potion and had a gay dog.

Oh, and they are both fictional.

The best thing to come out of france was Vicki Michelle in Allo Allo, and she was really a RADI trained actress from Surbiton.
 
#9
1. The loss of GMT as the world time standard ti UTC - effectively the cnutting same, but no reference to England (when everyone knows we invented not only the concept of time, but time itself)

2. The (completely illogical) metric (SI) system - only needed by a race who need their fingers and toes to count on:

1 metre =The distance travelled by light, in a vacuum, in 1/299792458 seconds

1 second = the duration of 9192631770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the cesium 133 atom


therefore:

one metre = the distance travelled by light, in a vacuum, during 30.6633189885 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the cesium 133 atom.


compare proper units:

One foot = the length of a man's foot

Ergo, the metric system and its' creators suck

Q.E.D.
 
#10
Metric is great - as long as you're not too old to cope.
French vino is great.
Some French food is superb.
The Basque coast is one of the finest places on earth.
French beer is better than Aussie beer (1664 v Fosters)

Never said I liked the French tho!
 
#11
I holiday in frog land, Better than blackpool. Wines good, beers ok, shame those clowns live there.

Oh the roads knock spots out the shit we have
 
#12
Mr_C_Hinecap said:
Metric is great - as long as you're not too old to cope.
French vino is great.
Some French food is superb.
The Basque coast is one of the finest places on earth.
French beer is better than Aussie beer (1664 v Fosters)

Never said I liked the French tho!
French vino was great, now its usually overpriced. Their lager is gassy pop and having done extensive sonsumer research in Sydney I can confirm that the Australians are blessed with lager - even they don't like Fosters. The best chefs in France are often Brits, or trained in Blighty.
 
#13
I think that simply the fact that they are French is sufficient for me to dislike them.

But, since you ask (and in addition to the points already noted by others):

- cutting the heads off some of the best of their people

- even more corrupt politicians than ours

- their manipulation of the CAP
 

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#15
Little Jack H said:
2. The (completely illogical) metric (SI) system - only needed by a race who need their fingers and toes to count on:

1 metre =The distance travelled by light, in a vacuum, in 1/299792458 seconds


How'd they measure the speed of light? The metric system is based on water, but the definitions have been tightened up by the scientific community...

1 metric tonne = 1 cubic metre of pure water
 
#16
We should have let the Germanic tribes and the Romans wipe them out some 2000 years ago. why we didn't is still down to conjecture but even then political correctness held sway.

even 600 years ago parts of north Fance were considered English and this is partly why we have the Channel Isles.

Gather them all up, put them in a field and BOMB THE BASTRDS
 
#18
Sinking the Rainbow Warrier
Thats the one and only good thing the cheese sucking surrender monkeys have done.

Mind you they only blew it up 'cus they mistakenly thought the recipe for french truffles was being stolen.
 
#19
The French battle flag - three white fleur-de-lies on a white background

Q: Why do the French call their fighter the "Mirage"?
A: Because it's never seen in a combat zone.

"France has neither winter nor summer nor morals. Apart from these drawbacks it is a fine country. France has usually been governed by prostitutes." Mark Twain.

"I would rather have a German division in front of me than a French one behind me." General George S. Patton

"As far as I'm concerned, war always means failure." French President Jacques Chirac

"I just love the French. They taste like chicken!" Hannibal Lecter

"We can stand here like the French, or we can do something about it." Marge Simpson

:roll: :wink:
 
#20
Unknown_Quantity said:
Little Jack H said:
2. The (completely illogical) metric (SI) system - only needed by a race who need their fingers and toes to count on:

1 metre =The distance travelled by light, in a vacuum, in 1/299792458 seconds


How'd they measure the speed of light? The metric system is based on water, but the definitions have been tightened up by the scientific community...

1 metric tonne = 1 cubic metre of pure water


The tonne is derived from the Kg as base unit ( 1000 kg = 1 tonne), which used to be the mass of 1 litre of pure water at a set temp (don't recall for sure, but think it was 297.6K, or 20deg C). Now it's the mass of is the mass of an international prototype in the form of a platinum-iridium cylinder kept at Sevres in France.

So, one tonne is the mass of 1000 platinum-iridium prototype cylinders kept at Sevres. Almost as screwy as the others :?

As for "Metric is great unless you're too old to cope" from Mr C - grew up with metric, quite able to use it, but DOES have practical difficulties for daily life. The main ones being inconvenient unit sizes for many situations and poor divisibility of decimal quantities. But that's another rant..... :roll:
 

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