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(CTV News)   Prendre notre tour, c'est un paddlin '. regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un paddlin '. à partir de mes sandales, c'est un paddlin '   (montreal.ctvnews.ca) divider line
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2 days ago  
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/may be a little on the nose
//although, I'm not super familiar with Quebecquois stereotypes
///trois, tabernac!
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
Whats that translated to American?
 
2 days ago  

cman: Whats that translated to American?


You want me to do what? Mah freedums!! I'll see you in court!

just guessing.
 
2 days ago  

cman: Whats that translated to American?


'I'm gunna whoop yore ass.'
 
2 days ago  

cman: Whats that translated to American?


That's A Paddlin' (The Simpsons)
Youtube sKiLfH3DVGc
 
2 days ago  
À partir de mes sandalesmeans 'beginning with my sandals.'


You meant:

Prendre la parole hors tour, c'est un claque...regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un claque...regard fixe à mes gougones...c'est un claque.
 
2 days ago  
We'll do literally anything but what is actually needed to be done.
 
2 days ago  
Waiting for morons to point out that french-canadians, isolated from every other french speaking country by the English for over two hundred years, don't speak the same french as the citizens of Paris.

/as if everyone in France speak the same french
//or Americans and English Canadians speak the same English as anyone in the UK, who all speak different versions of the English language anyway
///slashies
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
This is complete utter insanity. Bus routes are getting canceled here because drivers are sick.
 
2 days ago  

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/may be a little on the nose
//although, I'm not super familiar with Quebecquois stereotypes
///trois, tabernac!


They have really good strip bars only stereotype I can think of.
 
2 days ago  

Tom_Slick: Unrepentant Fool: [Fark user image image 400x300]

/may be a little on the nose
//although, I'm not super familiar with Quebecquois stereotypes
///trois, tabernac!

They have really good strip bars only stereotype I can think of.


And they know their way around a brisket.

Unfortunately, they're right alongside the US in the contingency planning department for their covid crisis, at least in this regard.

No stones thrown, friends from up north. I hope you all can weather this shiatstorm, and come through fairly unscathed.
 
1 day ago  

KWess: À partir de mes sandalesmeans 'beginning with my sandals.'


You meant:

Prendre la parole hors tour, c'est un claque...regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un claque...regard fixe à mes gougones...c'est un claque.


My Quebecois is pretty good, but subby had me looking up c'est quoi in paddlin.

/ostie
 
1 day ago  
So I'm "relearning" the French language via a phone app my daughter recommended.
Some of the lessons involve talking a French sentence into the phone. Poor Mrs. Henry thought I was having a stroke & speaking gibberish. The woman worries way too much.

/yeah, I know it's a boring CSB but you try coming up with amusing anecdotes in a frickin' lockdown scenario
 
1 day ago  
I once put on a job interview I spoke Latin fluently. They hired me and sent me to interview the Pope. Turns out HE does not speak Pig Latin!
 
1 day ago  

SiotMoc: Waiting for morons to point out that french-canadians, isolated from every other french speaking country by the English for over two hundred years, don't speak the same french as the citizens of Paris.

/as if everyone in France speak the same french
//or Americans and English Canadians speak the same English as anyone in the UK, who all speak different versions of the English language anyway
///slashies


It's starting to blend together a bit because of YouTube.  Same for English.

It will take a while but the next few generations will all be listening and repeating expressions and accents from everywhere else until it's one mostly homogenized version of a language.

Also this plan is stupid by Quebecers.  If the government Had just hired subs at the rate they were supposed to pre-pandemic this might not be an issue.
 
1 day ago  
Good fishing in Quebec.
 
1 day ago  

cide1: Good fishing in Quebec.


Great fishing in Kaybec
 
1 day ago  

SiotMoc: Waiting for morons to point out that french-canadians, isolated from every other french speaking country by the English for over two hundred years, don't speak the same french as the citizens of Paris.


/as if everyone in France speak the same french
//or Americans and English Canadians speak the same English as anyone in the UK, who all speak different versions of the English language anyway
///slashies

Also add that both English & French Canuckistani find their "mother-tongue" nations a bit irksome.
Growing up I learned not to necessarily reveal my British birth/citizenship. It pretty-much (pertnear) revealed itself with my attempts at skating &/or playing hockey.
 
1 day ago  

good_2_go: cide1: Good fishing in Quebec.

Great fishing in Kaybec


Tell that to your face
 
1 day ago  
I just can't help it and have to post the actual, Quebec-dubbed scene:

Simpson - C't'un coup de palette (VFQ)
Youtube kpm7HLvmwF4
 
1 day ago  
Parents at your school? The horror, the horror.

Won't somebody please think of the poor embarassed kids?

Parents are meant to be looted, not seen.
 
1 day ago  

KWess: À partir de mes sandalesmeans 'beginning with my sandals.'


You meant:

Prendre la parole hors tour, c'est un claque...regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un claque...regard fixe à mes gougones...c'est un claque.


I used Google translate for the headline.

/Mon francais es pas bon
 
1 day ago  

Siskabush: KWess: À partir de mes sandalesmeans 'beginning with my sandals.'


You meant:

Prendre la parole hors tour, c'est un claque...regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un claque...regard fixe à mes gougones...c'est un claque.

I used Google translate for the headline.

/Mon francais es pas bon


I used google for the headline and it brought me back to teh Fark link.
 
1 day ago  

KWess: À partir de mes sandalesmeans 'beginning with my sandals.'


You meant:

Prendre la parole hors tour, c'est un claque...regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un claque...regard fixe à mes gougones...c'est un claque.


Que diriez-vous de pagayer dans le canoë de l'école ?
 
1 day ago  

Siskabush: KWess: À partir de mes sandalesmeans 'beginning with my sandals.'



You meant:

Prendre la parole hors tour, c'est un claque...regardant par la fenêtre, c'est un claque...regard fixe à mes gougones...c'est un claque.

I used Google translate for the headline.

/Mon francais es pas bon


Pas de souci!

* Mon français n'est pas bon.
 
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