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By stillhungry / Saturday 27 June 2015 18:37 / United States - San Francisco
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  cameron6731  |  13

It would have been better if he asked her to be the headmaster of the pen15 club.

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  Merylwen  |  24

I don't know about his sense of humour, but he sure has poor spelling. For me that's almost worse than the whole situation.

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  Merylwen  |  24

I get the "bone", thanks. If "appetite" is a joke then please explain, captain obvious.

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  NicH1799  |  20

#53 Ohhhh nooooo someone doesn't have an understanding of French. Gosh, how did they miss that vital part of their U.S. education.

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  CaitiieBuggs  |  23

In my school district two years of a foreign language is required in high school to graduate. The only exceptions are if you have a modified diploma (which would generally still require one year), or if you can take a test to prove competency in a foreign language not offered by your school.

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  Merylwen  |  24

I'm actually fluent in French. My point is that everyone knows the phrase and that's obviously not how you spell "appétit". Apparently that needed to be explained to you, so there you go.

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  Slasher2977  |  19

The US education system allows us to learn many languages, usually we only choose one or two and in some states the only choice is spanish or french and spanish is more usable here, this may not be the same for where OP is but it may

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  BlameTheOwls  |  14

I think it was more ignorance of the French language than a successful pun. The proper spelling is Bon Appetit.

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  leogachi  |  15

That's not what love is.

By  cameron6731  |  13

Better than him asking you to join the pen15 club, when he is the head of the club.

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