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Tête carrée
Canada flag
Posted by: Bruce
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stupide anglophones
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Tirer
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Voler
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Toubib
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Médecin
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Tronche
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Visage
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Troquet
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Bar
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Tune
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Argent
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Un Tim
Canada flag
Posted by: csHito22Rating:1.0  
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Un Canadien anglophone. Elle se réfère à la chaîne de magasins Tim Horton beigne à travers le pays.
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une meuf
Posted by: toncky
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a girl verlan from "femme" (woman)
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une piastre
United States flag
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un dollar dans cajun
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Une Vielle Fille
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Used mainly before the 20th century, it refers to a single woman who never had children, who never married, and who is now past child-bearing age (and presumably too old to attract a husband.)
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veux-tu m'epouser
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don't know
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Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?
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In proper language, the verb "coucher" means to lay down, to go to sleep.
this is not slang! Comment by: toncky    Rated:1/5
The English translation shown is grammatically incorrect. The correct word is "lie," not "lay." Also, shouldn't there be another "vous" before "coucher"? Comment by: American   
toncky this does not translate directly, as it is slang. There should also not be "another vous in front of coucher" as it is not reflexive. Comment by: Guillaume    Rated:4/5
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Zik
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Musique J'écoute de la zik
4BTSMQ Thanks for the article. Really Cool. Comment by: crork service    Rated:4/5
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Zinc
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Avion
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ZIZI
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soft expression for penis
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~Matt*LuvYaHun!!ChangePo!MouahChtm!JveuxJamaisTePerdre!!mouah'zXoXoXoX's
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~Matt*LuvYaHun!!ChangePo!MouahChtm!JveuxJamaisTePerdre!!mouah'zXoXoXoX's
Uhm, yeah. Get a blog. Comment by: Mike    Rated:1/5
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