Still to come, adventures in cacophony and the rest of The Ban on Le Petit Robert story, but right now we play Catch with our sponsor
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Witt that in mind, it’s a Breaking all of the Rhules marathon, así que no le cambie, because Öüï didn’t select the topic.
For the record, the conversation started while we, the staff of this blog were autodidact–ing French vocabulary lessons from the pages of a1972 edition of a WORD SALA[u]D* list of ingredients, which oh-by-the-way, were kindly arranged in alphabetical order by a French house called Larousse. We
the begin in the middle of the exchange after Öüï asks Esteban what the word on top of BAN means. (Note to editors: Öüï knew what “faire la noce” meant… because we’ve seen Braveheart, and off–course, Robin Hood Men in Tights, Öüï just could not figure out what the “B–word” meant in this context.
[After stepping outside to smoke a cigarette with Count Chockula… it’s TWUE, the count is from Romania, one can’t literally make this BANalisation up!!! But with all of THE MASK wearing protocols Eye can’t vouch for the Constitution of his lips]
— Oh I forgot to tell you, I wouldn’t go around using that word, I mean, I certainly would not use it. It’s very racist, and that is an OLD dictionary, maybe the new one updated the meaning, because we (the French) don’t even use “faire la noce” since like the days when Sophie Marceau dated Mel Gibson in Scotland.
— Really… you don’t say, Tell Mí more, and I’ll introduce you to Adele’s episode were Kate McKinnon redefines the word on top of the BAN, “B-word”.
And like this, Avi Velshi, is how Eye briefly introduced Esteban to a graph we like to refer to, as UNCLE Venn’s diagrams. 🎶 Pass the biscuits please… because Uncle Ben’s Rice on Saturday Knight forgot to mention the Mediterranean with Olive Oil on Mí spinach Variety. Boy Eye tell you, Popeye Doyle “never had a lick of sense”, Billy Joe.
And in the role of Popeye Doyle, Alec BaldWIN, You Are Welcome, PEARL!!! Love: Luci.
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