who says the french dont have a sense of humour

Grumblegrunt

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#1
well okay it's probably the only funny french thing I have ever seen besides sarkhozy but it made oi larrf anyway

[video=youtube;A-b2YNErwxw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-b2YNErwxw[/video]
 

TheIronDuke

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#3
[h=2]who says the french dont have a sense of humour[/h]
Me. Please form an orderly line behind me and DO NOT TOUCH ME. I have syndromes.

The French are to humour what Gilles de Rais was to child care.
 
#4
'Allo 'allo was funny and it was French. They are a jovial bunch really. Even their cyclists dress properly in stripey jerseys and carry onions. Far superior to our lycra clad fanatics.
 
#5
Sacre bleu! Nom de plume! Cut ze grass! Mow ze lawn! Praise for the garlic smelling, cheese eating surrender monkeys! Whatever next?
 

TheIronDuke

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#6
'Allo 'allo was funny and it was French. They are a jovial bunch really. Even their cyclists dress properly in stripey jerseys and carry onions. Far superior to our lycra clad fanatics.
Yeah, but their birds have short legs. They are cute, but they have little short legs. Like Napoleon. Cute, and they have some sharp moves but at the end of the day they are like the Welsh. Shortarse hairy losers.
 

TheIronDuke

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#9
So, just exactly how did you catch syndromes. Dirty bugger.
Go to fFrance and try to tell a joke...

"Missure, mon chien avec no nose."

Albert: "Mon Dieu how avec il smellez?"

*CRACK* "Nice moped. I'll have it"

Frog: "Merde. Fucked again by les rosbifs."


See, where the French went wrong, was not learning Scrabble.
 
#11
Yeah, but their birds have short legs. They are cute, but they have little short legs. Like Napoleon. Cute, and they have some sharp moves but at the end of the day they are like the Welsh. Shortarse hairy losers.
I always had a thing for Suzanne Vega. I wasn't looking at her legs though. I do agree about the Welsh.
 
#12
'Allo 'allo was funny and it was French. They are a jovial bunch really. Even their cyclists dress properly in stripey jerseys and carry onions. Far superior to our lycra clad fanatics.
And they had "The fallen Madonna with ze big boobies" - can't be all bad ...
 
#13
As I am probably distantly related to Gilles de Rais it is only right and proper I be allowed to summon a Breton Demon, Eur Tunnerez Noz, to deal with the heretic “Iron Duke”, who will be called upon to assist with washing the linen of the dead. If he refuses, he will be seized, dragged into the water, and his arms broken. Then a frightful tumult will ensue followed by the sound of a body being thrown into the morass, then such uproar as could only proceed from the mouth of the infernal regions. Shrieks, cries, hissings, explosions follow in quick succession for upward of half an hour; then gradually die away and a horrible stillness takes their place. If he survives he will rise trembling and unnerved, and slowly make his way through the darkness, groping and stumbling until he has left the awful vicinity of the Yeun behind him.

Be very afraid Pagan Catholicism is a powerful black art, an art of which I am very accomplished. Chocolate and sex anyone?
 
#14
Yes please, avec Cafe de Paris beurre s'il vous plait.
 
#15
As I am probably distantly related to Gilles de Rais it is only right and proper I be allowed to summon a Breton Demon, Eur Tunnerez Noz, to deal with the heretic “Iron Duke”, who will be called upon to assist with washing the linen of the dead. If he refuses, he will be seized, dragged into the water, and his arms broken. Then a frightful tumult will ensue followed by the sound of a body being thrown into the morass, then such uproar as could only proceed from the mouth of the infernal regions. Shrieks, cries, hissings, explosions follow in quick succession for upward of half an hour; then gradually die away and a horrible stillness takes their place. If he survives he will rise trembling and unnerved, and slowly make his way through the darkness, groping and stumbling until he has left the awful vicinity of the Yeun behind him.

Be very afraid Pagan Catholicism is a powerful black art, an art of which I am very accomplished. Chocolate and sex anyone?
Have you been on the Absinthe again?

Yeah, but their birds have short legs. They are cute, but they have little short legs. Like Napoleon. Cute, and they have some sharp moves but at the end of the day they are like the Welsh. Shortarse hairy losers.
TID - the last two French doris's I had the pleasure of doing the horizontal mambo with were both around 5' 8". (They weren't very imaginative, though). Are you sure you weren't shagging pit-ponies?
 
#16
Have you been on the Absinthe again?
Almost certainly, your glass of La Fée Verte (“The Green Fairy”) awaits your arrival. This anise-flavoured herbal spirit gets its ethereal green colour from wormwood and was a favourite of artists and writers during the Belle Epoque in Paris in the late 1800s. Van Gogh, Manet, Degas, Toulouse Lautrec, Oscar Wilde – the drink of preference. Our traditional way to enjoy this drink is over crushed ice with a sugar cube. You may not hallucinate, but you’ll feel delightfully bohemian.

Absinthe-Drip.jpg

Bisous
Emsav
 
#17
As I am probably distantly related to Gilles de Rais it is only right and proper I be allowed to summon a Breton Demon, Eur Tunnerez Noz, to deal with the heretic “Iron Duke”, who will be called upon to assist with washing the linen of the dead. If he refuses, he will be seized, dragged into the water, and his arms broken. Then a frightful tumult will ensue followed by the sound of a body being thrown into the morass, then such uproar as could only proceed from the mouth of the infernal regions. Shrieks, cries, hissings, explosions follow in quick succession for upward of half an hour; then gradually die away and a horrible stillness takes their place. If he survives he will rise trembling and unnerved, and slowly make his way through the darkness, groping and stumbling until he has left the awful vicinity of the Yeun behind him.

Be very afraid Pagan Catholicism is a powerful black art, an art of which I am very accomplished. Chocolate and sex anyone?

Yeah I'll do yer. I'll be in UK to sign the divorce papers in a month or so. PM me with a location and your preferences, type of chocolate and sexual requirements, bin there dun that.
 
#18
Almost certainly, your glass of La Fée Verte (“The Green Fairy”) awaits your arrival. This anise-flavoured herbal spirit gets its ethereal green colour from wormwood and was a favourite of artists and writers during the Belle Epoque in Paris in the late 1800s. Van Gogh, Manet, Degas, Toulouse Lautrec, Oscar Wilde – the drink of preference. Our traditional way to enjoy this drink is over crushed ice with a sugar cube. You may not hallucinate, but you’ll feel delightfully bohemian.

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Bisous
Emsav
I thought the translation was the 'The Green Angel'

It was said that the wormwood affected the cones in the retina (the cones see low frequency light towards the red end of the spectrum) and desensitized them so the world started to appear greener than usual. This was given as a warning from the 'Angel' to ease off the Absinthe and get back on the Merlot. Wormwood doesn't cause insanity though. Caning alcoholic beverages that are 60-80% ABV is what you makes you insane! Go to any country where rum or overproof liquor is cheap and the street alcoholics make our Scottish 'Purple Nasty and Buckfast' swiggers look like a model of sobriety.

Absinthe was banned in France during WW1 because French Officers would drink it all night and couldn't fight in the morning. Well...That's their excuse.

Is it still banned today? Or is it's production simply banned?
 
#19
Sturgeon tobacco. Yuck!
 

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