Entries Tagged “French”

Funny Things

1. Napoleon in a Chamber Pot

Long ago, people who hated Napoleon put a clay figure of him in their chamber pots so they could relieve themselves on him. See also Bathroom, French, Scatological.

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Funny Places

2. Le Tampon

A town in Réunion, a French-owned island in the Indian Ocean. See also French.

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Funny Phrases

3. Permet De Sortir Et De Jouer Sous Le Soleil, Mon Petit Chou

A romantic French phrase that roughly translates to "Let's go out and play in the sunshine my little cabbage." See also French, Romance.

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Funny Anti-Jokes

4. What Did One French Guy Say to the Other French Guy?

My name is also Guy. See also French.

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Funny Instruments

5. Paperclip

For fairly obvious reasons, the translation of the French word for trombone. See also French.

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Funny Phrases

6. Go and Cook Yourself and Egg!

Translation of the French way of saying "Leave me alone!" See also French.

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Funny Phrases

7. J'accuse!

French for "I accuse!" See also French.

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Funny Foods

8. Mac and Epoisses

Mac and cheese but with Epoisses. Epoisses is one of the smelliest cheeses on the cheese board. Indeed, Epoisses has been banned from public transportation vehicles all over France. It is made from raw cow's milk and its rind is washed with pomace brandy. See also French.

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Funny Insults

9. Pamplemousse

French for "grapefruit". A Gallic way to call someone fat. See also French.

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Funny Things

10. Mouche

French for "fly", the artificial face moles that were a popular fashion choice in 19th century Europe. See also Fashion, French.

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