sexta-feira, novembro 23, 2007

Já que se fala em franceses...

Encontrei um site optimo e imparcial sobre a França. Aqui vai um pouco de humor gaules.

Q. How do you say "Give me liberty or give me death!" in French?
A. I give up.

Q. How many Frenchmen does it take to defend Paris?
A. Nobody knows. It's never been tried.

Q. What do you call 100,000 Frenchmen with their hands up?
A. The French Army.

Q. Why was the Chunnel built under the English Channel?
A. So the French government could to flee to London.

Q: Did you hear about the new French tanks?
A: They have 5 gears...4 in reverse, and one forward gear just in case they're attacked from behind!

Q: Why don't they have fireworks at Euro Disney?
A: Because every time they shoot them off, the French try to surrender.

Q: Why do they have trees in Paris?
A: So the Germans can march in the shade instead of the sun

Q: Why is good to be French?
A: You can surrender at the beginning of the war, and US will win it for you.

Q: What is the first thing you are taught when joining the French army?
A: To say "I surrender" in German

Q: Why was Jesus not born in France?
A: Because they couldn’t find three wise men or a virgin.

Q: Did you hear about France's new weapons contracts?
A: They gave one to Ace Hardware to produce 250,000 wood sticks...they are still looking for a company to produce 250,000 little white flags.

Q: Where are the brave French soldiers buried?
A: There aren't any so they had to bury some of ours on their soil.


Blogger André Barbosa said...

Muito bom!

23 novembro, 2007 15:23  
Blogger michael seufert said...


23 novembro, 2007 19:29  
Blogger BSC said...

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25 novembro, 2007 17:40  
Blogger BSC said...


A todos os anti-franceses aconselho os livros de Spephen Clarke (A Year in the Merde e Merde Actually) histórias de um inglês a viver em Paris que se confronta, a cada capítulo, com as idiossincrasias dos vizinhos do outro lado do Channel. Imperdíveis!

25 novembro, 2007 17:41  

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