It is used to indicate two words having the same pronunciation but have different meanings.
- Saint (=Saint) and sein (=Breast).
Who would want to take a Saint for a breast!
I suppose French people are trying to dissuade youth from drinking alcohol from consuming alcohol by associating it with a death symbol!
SO bloodless would be: Sans Sang…. What a cacophonie!
Hm Those french people are watching to many Mafia movies: Yo pay dis wid yo neck. Yo hear me stooped? Wid yo NECK!
You’ll have to excuse them, you see French kings were always physically “awkward” a bald wears a wig, and a short king shortens his court, so by natural selection, the whole French court ends up pretty short.
Now this is totally absurd!!!
Aiguaye moi et égaye moi !
Think of it this way: Put a guy with a woman, wearing a fichu, in a private place, leave them for 15 minutes, if she still has her Fichu then he is fichu.
I aime you, you are the hème of my life
A human Jars should is like any other Jar, silent, motionless and should be put on a shelf for more security
Now who’s responsible for this absurdity?
Well afterall, husbands are always pissed off, or pissing off.
reminds me of something: Rules are made to be broken
Mix it all up and the result is: Mais! Mets mes mets here before Mai…