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(NBC News)   Despite their Condom Museum, the town of Condom would like you to know that they do not make condoms. Also, please do not snicker at the name of their Farking River   (worldnews.nbcnews.com) divider line 6
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2012-09-07 12:42:52 AM
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ox45tallboy: From Wiki:

Given the more widespread social use, in the English language, of the word condom, it is interesting to note that the town is located on the river Baïse; baise, without the diaeresis, is a French vulgarism for a sexual act. In European French however, a condom is usually called préservatif rather than a condom. It is also home to a museum of famous population-control devices.

So, francophile farkers, what is the proper use of the word in a sentence if I see une très belle femme? Should I mention what I'd like to do to her diaeresis?


that wiki is missing something. baiser can also mean to kiss, depending on context.

niquer is a better term for farking. unless its up the rear. then its enculer.

/the more you know
2012-09-06 11:20:48 PM
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2012-09-07 01:21:03 AM
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Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: . So lots of people's stories ended with "and then the prince farked the princess."


Don't they all?
2012-09-07 12:42:48 AM
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ox45tallboy: So, francophile farkers, what is the proper use of the word in a sentence if I see une très belle femme?


In one of my French classes in college, we had to write a fairy tale, and we'd never learned the verb "to kiss" before. So lots of people got out their dictionaries and looked it up. There are two verbs listed - embrasser, and a very old old word that has changed meaning, baiser. So lots of people's stories ended with "and then the prince farked the princess."
2012-09-07 12:26:56 AM
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From Wiki:

Given the more widespread social use, in the English language, of the word condom, it is interesting to note that the town is located on the river Baïse; baise, without the diaeresis, is a French vulgarism for a sexual act. In European French however, a condom is usually called préservatif rather than a condom. It is also home to a museum of famous population-control devices.

So, francophile farkers, what is the proper use of the word in a sentence if I see une très belle femme? Should I mention what I'd like to do to her diaeresis?
2012-09-07 12:24:01 AM
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Welcome to the Farking river. This is the Farking Museum, and I'm your Farking guide. After the Farking tour, feel free to stop at the Farking gift shop and purchase a Farking souvenir. Are there any Farking questions?
 
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