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Just as famous as Iraqi whiskey and ice cream.Originally posted by barfle:
Haggis, have you noticed that you never hear of French whisky? How famous is French ice cream?
Yes, we Americans shouldn't throw stones, especially these days. I'd say it's pretty arrongant to invade another sovereign nation that's never attacked us, and was never going to be in a position to.Originally posted by Marye:
I like Americans and you can bet they look odd and arrogant to me from where I sit.
Of course not. There's no gelato.Originally posted by OperaTenor:
I very much would like to see the art and drink the wine, but it's not near the top of my list.
I'd have to agree that I do not understand the French at all. Why couldn't they be this insistent about important things like, oh I don't know, the Nazis leaving their country? But if I did understand the French maybe I wouldn't find Weird Al's "Genius in France" song so funny.Originally posted by Selma in Sandy Eggo:
Every time I get to thinking the French are OK, though, they set something on fire. And then I remember that they like Jerry Lewis's idea of comedy, and I again reflect that I do not understand the French.
” Most popular name for newborn boys in Brussels, the “capital of Europe,” in 2005: Mohamed, followed by Adam, Ayoub, Rayan and Mehdi.”
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