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Suis: 4) -' 04) French ▼ English" coup de feu gunshot English 04) French coup de fou Blowjob French ▼ 4) English ▼ coup de foudre love at first sight FEnglish 04) French coup de foutre Cum shot Did you mean coup de foudre? feniczoroark: candygarnet: shamwowxl: wine-dark-sea: ilyasaurus: randomfandomteacher: indigopersei: broitsablog: wildeisms: @indigopersei is the french language just always on the verge of getting someone accused of assault or..? my friend,if only you knew It’s a very dangerous language to learn Here’s an interesting thing about French! Everything needs to have an article in front of it. That’s why it’s “la chat” as opposed to just “chat”. So, for instance, you could say la fille for the girl, or jeune fille for young girl, but you can’t just say fille, because that means you are calling her a sex worker in a derogatory way. The moral of the story is, if you want to make something rude in French, just take out the article in front of it. Yes, this works for nearly. every. word. #now I’m wondering how often my high school french teacher was silently screaming because of this little fact Every year. Every year there’s that kid who forgets that you can’t translate “I am excited” to “Je suis excitée”. And every year Monsieur Jordan has to slam the brakes before that kid can finish his sentence and then tactfully ask him not to announce to the class that he is horny. “is the french language always on the verge” oh buddy, oh pal, i am so happy to break this news to you:  truly the language of love Hell language @randomnightlord No wonders I always got a 6 in French.I stay with German happily
Suis: 4)
 -'
 04)
 French ▼
 English"
 coup de feu
 gunshot

 English
 04)
 French
 coup de fou
 Blowjob

 French ▼
 4)
 English ▼
 coup de foudre
 love at first sight

 FEnglish
 04)
 French
 coup de foutre
 Cum shot
 Did you mean coup de foudre?
feniczoroark:

candygarnet:
shamwowxl:

wine-dark-sea:

ilyasaurus:

randomfandomteacher:

indigopersei:

broitsablog:

wildeisms:


@indigopersei is the french language just always on the verge of getting someone accused of assault or..?

my friend,if only you knew


It’s a very dangerous language to learn


Here’s an interesting thing about French! Everything needs to have an article in front of it. That’s why it’s “la chat” as opposed to just “chat”. So, for instance, you could say la fille for the girl, or jeune fille for young girl, but you can’t just say fille, because that means you are calling her a sex worker in a derogatory way. 
The moral of the story is, if you want to make something rude in French, just take out the article in front of it. Yes, this works for nearly. every. word.

#now I’m wondering how often my high school french teacher was silently screaming because of this little fact
Every year. Every year there’s that kid who forgets that you can’t translate “I am excited” to “Je suis excitée”. And every year Monsieur Jordan has to slam the brakes before that kid can finish his sentence and then tactfully ask him not to announce to the class that he is horny.

“is the french language always on the verge” oh buddy, oh pal, i am so happy to break this news to you: 

truly the language of love



Hell language @randomnightlord 


No wonders I always got a 6 in French.I stay with German happily

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Suis: buying peaches is so stressful because you have to consume them so quickly... it's like the moment the cashier types in that number the alpha peach turns to its brothers in the bags and says "alright listen up boys, it's time to remember your training. i want to see immense bruising by sundown. i want to see you near inedible by sunrise. remember it is better to die a free man than to be eaten." you gotta wolf down all of your peaches at the check out counter while the trader joe's employees eagerly look at the Peach Consumption Countdown Clock and cheer you on. these peaches have sensors on them that can tell when they come into contact with human hands so they can begin their self-destruct sequence like you're in a spy movie and the peach just relayed a message to you about the whereabouts of jimmy hoffa's decayed remains je-suis-hetalia Jimmy Hoffa is likely dead m4ge this response carries so much chaotic cursed energy. jimmy hoffa was declared dead in 1982 after disappearing in 1975. he was born in 1913, meaning he would be the miraculous age of 105 today if he wasn't dead. "likely dead." the fact that it's a hetalia blog trying to tell me that he is likely dead. the fact that i specifically mention his decayed corpse in my post so there is literally no reason for someone to alert me that he is "likely" deceased. the fact that this hetalia blog is trying to tell this to me, a person who up until recently literally worked for the international brotherhood of teamsters as a person in charge of handling their historical records. i spent two years of my life answering phone calls from people asking me if i personally knew what happened to jimmy hoffa's body. ive spent a significantly longer amount of time trying to forget that hetalia exists. my entire career as a hetalia faceboolk roleplayer at the age of 11 just flashed through my eyes. i legitimately cannot express how much this response has effected me. ive been staring at it for7 minutes. i feel like ive entered the twilight zone je-suis-hetalia I don't ever remember writing that when did I write that m4ge everything about this is cursed peaches
Suis: buying peaches is so stressful because
 you have to consume them so quickly...
 it's like the moment the cashier types in
 that number the alpha peach turns to
 its brothers in the bags and
 says "alright listen up boys, it's time to
 remember your training. i want to see
 immense bruising by sundown. i want to
 see you near inedible by sunrise.
 remember it is better to die a free man
 than to be eaten." you gotta wolf down
 all of your peaches at the check out
 counter while the trader joe's
 employees eagerly look at the Peach
 Consumption Countdown Clock and
 cheer you on. these peaches have
 sensors on them that can tell when they
 come into contact with human hands so
 they can begin their self-destruct
 sequence like you're in a spy movie and
 the peach just relayed a message to
 you about the whereabouts of jimmy
 hoffa's decayed remains
 je-suis-hetalia
 Jimmy Hoffa is likely dead
 m4ge
 this response carries so much chaotic
 cursed energy. jimmy hoffa was
 declared dead in 1982 after
 disappearing in 1975. he was born in
 1913, meaning he would be the
 miraculous age of 105 today if he
 wasn't dead. "likely dead." the fact that
 it's a hetalia blog trying to tell me that
 he is likely dead. the fact that i
 specifically mention his decayed corpse
 in my post so there is literally no reason
 for someone to alert me that he is
 "likely" deceased. the fact that this
 hetalia blog is trying to tell this to me, a
 person who up until recently literally
 worked for the international
 brotherhood of teamsters as a person
 in charge of handling their historical
 records. i spent two years of my life
 answering phone calls from people
 asking me if i personally knew what
 happened to jimmy hoffa's body. ive
 spent a significantly longer amount of
 time trying to forget that hetalia exists.
 my entire career as a hetalia faceboolk
 roleplayer at the age of 11 just flashed
 through my eyes. i legitimately cannot
 express how much this response has
 effected me. ive been staring at it for7
 minutes. i feel like ive entered the
 twilight zone
 je-suis-hetalia
 I don't ever remember writing that
 when did I write that
 m4ge
 everything about this is cursed
peaches

peaches

Suis: What did "that kid" in your school do that will never leave your mind? 12.6k (self.AskReddit) submitted 12 hours ago by je suis_un_negre[+1] 8641 comments (451 new) source share save hide give gold report crosspost hide all child comments sorted by: best you are viewing a single comment's thread view the rest of the comments 4 [-1 voxetpraetereanihill +1] 2013 points 8 hours ago This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time. It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain was failing, got into the class I don't know He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood. A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work. It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would quietly do so until he got it. We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher announced on our final day that the whole class had passed. permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply hide child comments <p>Wholesome askreddit story via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2KDcE4F">https://ift.tt/2KDcE4F</a></p>
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 This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at
 random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time.
 It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain
 was failing, got into the class I don't know
 He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took
 notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he
 tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood.
 A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what
 he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work.
 It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire
 year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would
 quietly do so until he got it.
 We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher
 announced on our final day that the whole class had passed.
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 submitted 12 hours ago by je suis_un_negre[+1]
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 4 [-1 voxetpraetereanihill +1] 2013 points 8 hours ago
 This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at
 random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time.
 It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain
 was failing, got into the class I don't know
 He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took
 notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he
 tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood.
 A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what
 he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work.
 It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire
 year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would
 quietly do so until he got it.
 We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher
 announced on our final day that the whole class had passed.
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