#1879 - 07/13/0110:50 PMRe: Danger Using fifty Buck Words
yep, I'm feeling light-headed. Though I was hardly striving to be grammatically correct, I see your point. However all things considered, I'd say not too bad for a vulgar peasant. I see no point in speaking french at all (a language who's only purpose is to annoy federalist Canadians) much less doing it correctly. Where are my sarcasm smilies? I need sarcasm smilies, but more so for the pompous bit. <br><br>
#1881 - 07/14/0112:52 AMRe: Danger Using fifty Buck Words
France is a country? No way. I though it was just a rest stop for visiting armies! Something new everyday.<br><br>With such a rich history of cutting wit, the french ought to take a joke better than most. <br><br>One question. Why is it that when the rest of the world does dirty we call it porn, and when the french do it we call it erotica? <br><br>Smile, I Iike the french, anyone who gave us fries can't be all bad.<br><br>
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