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(CNN)   Apparently "to smash some guy's face in" isn't a legitimate reason to leave home during the lockdown in France. Even if you do write it on the legally required paperwork   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, Ctes-d'Armor, Home, 39-year-old man, French man, northwestern France, France, Constable, Sting  
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2020-11-23 1:01:27 PM  
Only in French, they say "mon aéroglisseur est plein d'anguilles".
 
2020-11-23 1:45:05 PM  
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2020-11-23 2:01:46 PM  
In his defense, the guy he wanted to beat the crap out of was mispronouncing "chowder".
 
2020-11-23 2:02:17 PM  
What if he only wanted to push his shiat in?
 
2020-11-23 2:02:42 PM  
Not to worry...contract tracing, implant chips, using phones to "allow" you to leave your house.
All coming....Orwell was just off a couple decades.
 
2020-11-23 2:04:22 PM  

phrawgh: What if he only wanted to push his shiat in?


Alright, Sniper.
😂
 
2020-11-23 2:04:48 PM  
Meh. 5 points for honesty.
 
2020-11-23 2:09:37 PM  
No true Frenchman would want to fight.
 
2020-11-23 2:14:40 PM  
Maybe the guy he was going to smash was a Trump supporter, that should be an acceptable reason.
 
2020-11-23 2:17:10 PM  
Just don't expect to get your bloody black backpack back.
 
2020-11-23 2:36:23 PM  

p51d007: Not to worry...contract tracing, implant chips, using phones to "allow" you to leave your house.
All coming....Orwell was just off a couple decades.


Never seen as many people with severely diminished mental capacity posting things on the internet as I have the last 4 years.

A worldwide pandemic (medical emergency) that requires swift action from governments as well as private citizens has nothing to do with eroding peoples rights. Your life isn't about "your rights" unless you give equal attention to "your responsibilities" as well. Your responsibility to not infect your elderly neighbors just because you want a night out. Your responsibility to be able to locate the people you were in contact with even if you didn't realize you were in contact with them and were infected. We make sacrifices to help others in extreme circumstances. This counts as extreme circumstances by anyone's definition. If you don't want to be a useful member of society and give a fark about your fellow man then please stay home and pass away to your eternal reward as soon as possible. Nothing we are being asked to do is a deadly dangerous sacrifice. It's inconvenient and sometimes a straight up pain in the butt. It is not however too much to ask that people not go out when it's not necessary so that we can slow the spread of the virus until the vaccination is widely available.

If you are going to spout some conspiracy theories at least get some that make sense. Try out jet contrails, alien autopsy, or any of the AREA 51 tales running around.

You have a phone, you are already tracked 24/7. You have no privacy even if it's just a 15 year old flip phone. The phone company still tracks your every move past a cell phone tower and they keep records of every text you send/receive and  your phone calls. 

You are a paranoid moron who doesn't have the critical thinking skills necessary to keep yourself from drowning in a childs paddling pool. Get off the internet and back on your medication.
 
2020-11-23 2:38:36 PM  
Hell, in Capitalist 'Murica that's just a Tuesday.
 
2020-11-23 2:38:56 PM  
Should have put down car arson.  That's a legitimate French past time.
 
2020-11-23 2:41:29 PM  
Should have written 'Plan Q avec la copine de ma meuf'

'C'est bon monsieur, passez.'
 
2020-11-23 2:47:28 PM  

TheGreatGazoo: Should have put down car arson.  That's a legitimate French past time.


Johnny Car-arson?

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2020-11-23 2:59:35 PM  
I love French slang. He wrote on his form that he was going to "aller péter la gueule à un mec".

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2020-11-23 3:05:04 PM  

ansius: I love French slang. He wrote on his form that he was going to "aller péter la gueule à un mec".

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Ali Baba and the Farty Thieves.
 
2020-11-23 3:06:19 PM  
I'll allow it.jpg
 
2020-11-23 3:12:34 PM  

ansius: I love French slang. He wrote on his form that he was going to "aller péter la gueule à un mec".

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Google missed two key words here. "Péter" without an object does mean "to fart", but with an object, it's also slang for "to break". This sentence literally means "To go break some guy's maw".
 
2020-11-23 3:31:35 PM  
My daughter's also in lockdown in France so I'm really getting a kick out of these replies...
 
2020-11-23 4:29:32 PM  

p51d007: Not to worry...contract tracing, implant chips, using phones to "allow" you to leave your house.
All coming....Orwell was just off a couple decades.


Contract tracing?
Wossat then?
 
2020-11-23 9:17:30 PM  

nyseattitude: Maybe the guy he was going to smash was a Trump supporter, that should be an acceptable reason.


This is France, home of many famous painters, so perhaps he got confused and tried to bash in the head of a trompe l'oeil supporter!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trompe-​l​%27%C5%93il

https://www.creativebloq.com/art/trom​p​e-loeil-12121498
 
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