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    Default The French have the best commercials

    Say what you will about them, the French have some of the best commercials I've ever seen.

    Witness:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZ_mlwnAmr0
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    Pretty funny commercial,

    I went to Paris for the first time last month and found that many of the negative remarks were unfounded about Parisians. They're pretentious and proud of their city, but for good reason.

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    Froggies are funny.

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    That is about the only thing the french do well
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    Well, there are other things...... They just don't do military or US political stuff according to our desires.

    Don't color them neutral. Color them passionately altruistic / independent / delusional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout
    That is about the only thing the french do well
    What!?!?! Are you mad, man? Have you not tried their pasteries? A+ in the food department.

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    I think he was saying how their friendly fire abilities are lacking incredibly compared to the ours.

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    Hell Ethan, their entire "firing abilities" are inferior, unless you're talking about ability to use fire for gastronomical purposes.

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    Every time I get to pondering the baffling, impenetrable French, I just think of their great gift to the world, Alizee, and all is forgiven.
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    Do you know which French pilot was awarded for the most German kills?

    Here's a hint:

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    That's cruel right there. LOL
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    Michelin is France's greatest hero?

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    France makes a great product; devil!

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    Quote Originally Posted by outrace
    Well, there are other things...... They just don't do military or US political stuff according to our desires.

    Don't color them neutral. Color them passionately altruistic / independent / delusional.
    with the exception of the legionairs...who aren't french they just don't do anything military wise they flat out suck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Felmey
    Every time I get to pondering the baffling, impenetrable French, I just think of their great gift to the world, Alizee, and all is forgiven.
    Dude, she's looks like she's 12!



    And I mean that in a bad way...
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    Her body is not 12 years old, and doesn't look like it.

    Believe me, buckboard-flat little girls do not interest me. <shrug>
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    Ohh Alizee... reminds me of JohnT's controversial avatar.
    Nothing "little girl" about her...
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    Even I have to say she's hot. Not something I'm gonna chase, but she's hot. Sorta like art.......... I may not know what art is, but I know what I think is good art.

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    Her face kind of reminds me of (post-surgery) Michael Jackson from that angle!

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    Her breasts are bigger than Michaels, but I suspect the crossroads are similarly flat.

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    she's hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=sean)=-
    Her face kind of reminds me of (post-surgery) Michael Jackson from that angle!
    Sean if she even got near you it would be like that scene in American Pie
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    Quote Originally Posted by scout
    Sean if she even got near you it would be like that scene in American Pie


    Me, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scout
    Quote Originally Posted by -=sean)=-
    Her face kind of reminds me of (post-surgery) Michael Jackson from that angle!
    Sean if she even got near you it would be like that scene in American Pie
    Actually, I'm think more like something out of Borat!

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