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By  mozeltov  |  18

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She's kinda lucky though: once she'll come back to the US people will adore her for speaking french, even if it's rude ( don't know where that adoration comes from btw) Mais putain de merde, les enfants de nos jours !

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wow, va apprendre a parler français comme du monde avant d'écrire de la marde, osti de grosse truie! let's go try to translate this, you will see that google traduction isn't as good as you thought

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143, I'm pretty sure fronswah (sorry guys, I'm not sure how to spell it exactly...) is a name. I take Spanish, but "French" is francés in Spanish and I'm fairly sure it is very similar in French. I think it has one of those "ç" accents, right?

By  mozeltov  |  18

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  HubertPL  |  18

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  Boredumm  |  18

it's not that she has no humor, I agree it's inappropriate to teach children to swear, my dad taught my nephew to swear and now he thinks it's okay to swear at his grandfather and parents, an he disrespects them. so until you have children of your own and have to deal with them daily, you don't know what it's like. -_-

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  Boredumm  |  18

123 not really tell me how you would feel if a little kid swore at you and all you can do was take it I mean if you swear back ppl are going to say oh what's this adult/teenage doing arguing with this little child for? swearing is like one of those little steps where the kid turns into a brat that thinks their all tough because they can swear.

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  nwatso96  |  18

I find this funny and disrespectful. 128- I agree with you. if I had a young child I wouldnt want them to swear. I'm 12 and my mom doesn't even let me swear so 128- ur right

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  A7X_LoVeee  |  18

Damn I don't understand why you received so many negative votes. I completely agree with you. When I read this, I imagined the girl to be no older than 10 but maybe that's just me. An adult should not be teaching a young kid like that to swear. Now if she was older then meh not so bad but it was implied to me that she's a youngster.

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  Lustuu_fml  |  14

78 - I'm french, maybe it was still used in the 60's or by old people o/ Come on, all together children : Putain de merde! I hope OP's sister has learn "Vas te faire .." to her niece. Merde alors.

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  tourtinet_fml  |  14

I'm French and I say "merde" between friends or in Family, it's less coloquial that "putain"* ( that we use fluently. It's like a interjection, but a coarse interjection) *but it's colloquial even though, we say not this in class, even less with the headteacher

By  borkchop1992  |  28

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  Bon3less  |  28

53- It was funny. If you don't get it, don't comment on it. And I know you're trying to sound all cool with your profanity, but you sound like a drunk highschooler.

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  Bon3less  |  28

#91- I may be mistaken, there was a foreign ad campaign for an English-speaking program, and it featured a family that did not know English listening to that on the radio.

By  mrahhhhh  |  33

Please. With the relations between France and Britain the way they are now, you would have met a few assholes anyway. DISCLAIMER: Mr. Ahhhhh does not hate the British or French. Mr. Ahhhhh knows that there are unfortunately assholes everywhere who would hate you just cause you're American, Indian, Martian, Merman, etc.

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