When is a Frenchie not a Frenchie?

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by Murphy_Slaw, Jan 26, 2010.

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  1. Answer. When he's a Brit!

    Looks like our brave longbowmen have secured the Pas De Calais without firing a shot!

    Frenchies surrender again

    So now we have pushed our borders out into Europe again, can we bomb Sangate and get a good price for flogging British camenbert and vino to the French! I vote we rename the Pas de Calais, Waterlooville!

    PS I've put this in the Naafi for obvious reasons.
  3. Well, if they're the South of England then they can:

    1. Drive on the correct (Left) side of the road.
    2. Dtop using that infernal Euro and use Sterling.
    3. Stop talking in that poncy language and use the Queen's English
    4. Shower.
  4. (Gritted teeth) Good drills and he is probably correct about the travelling times.
    PS: Wanna bet it will be Frenchmen who will do the construction and not foreigners as in London :evil:
  5. Bouillabaisse

    Bouillabaisse LE Book Reviewer

    Has anyone explained to the managers of the Chad, Uzbekistan and Senegal teams that they'll have to go through customs and immigration every time they go to the stadium? And there's a real possibility that they'll be refused entry as suspect illegal immigrants? Will they have to travel across stuffed in the back of a lorry hidden behind 3 tons of smoked haddock?
  6. If anybody has seen 'Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis' then they'll already know that many in France (particularly those in the South) aren't that keen on that particular part of the country either.

    Clicky to Wankipedia
  7. We sort of did first time around as well. Edward III starved the inhabitants out of Calais. It's a dump now anyway. Probably more immigrants there then French.
  8. Definitely well worth a watch. It sort of dies a bit in the middle but picks up again. Got it here in France and it does have English subtitles (thankfully).