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    Come here and say that flyingtart's Avatar
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    Doesn't everyone?

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    Doesn't Nymtoc have flies in his eyes and apples in his cheeks?


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    Is he the one who has frog legs?



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    Aren't you thinking of Jaques, the stereotypical French guy?


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    Isn't Pierre the stereotypical French guy?

    ἁμαρτία--in English "hamartia"--is Aristotle's word for the fatal flaw that leads to a hero's downfall. It entails enormous narcissism and grandiosity, along with a determination to defeat and disgrace all enemies (and perceived enemies) and be recognized as the greatest person in the world. Sound like anyone you know?

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    Isn't Pierre the one who drinks wine constantly and Jaques the one who eats frog-legs for dinner every night?


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    Are you sure it isn't Jacques who drinks wine constantly and Michel who eats escargots?

    ἁμαρτία--in English "hamartia"--is Aristotle's word for the fatal flaw that leads to a hero's downfall. It entails enormous narcissism and grandiosity, along with a determination to defeat and disgrace all enemies (and perceived enemies) and be recognized as the greatest person in the world. Sound like anyone you know?

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    Isn't Michel the impolite waiter?


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    If Michel is the impolite waiter, who is the arrogant maître d'?

    ἁμαρτία--in English "hamartia"--is Aristotle's word for the fatal flaw that leads to a hero's downfall. It entails enormous narcissism and grandiosity, along with a determination to defeat and disgrace all enemies (and perceived enemies) and be recognized as the greatest person in the world. Sound like anyone you know?

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    Isn't that Jean-Philippe?


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    Are you sure Jean-Philippe isn't the pastry chef?

    ἁμαρτία--in English "hamartia"--is Aristotle's word for the fatal flaw that leads to a hero's downfall. It entails enormous narcissism and grandiosity, along with a determination to defeat and disgrace all enemies (and perceived enemies) and be recognized as the greatest person in the world. Sound like anyone you know?

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    Is it time to make the doughnuts already?

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    Is it ever not the time?
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    Isn't it time for you boys to stop talking about French boys?
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    What's wrong with French buoys?
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    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. – Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    Don't they Marc the Chanel?

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    Don't Eiffel for your bad jokes every time Nymtoc?


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    Yes, but isn't it obvious that you wouldn't fall for them if you were Seine?

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    Does anyone give a Notre Dame?

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    Does anyone give a flying fart (oops! tart)?
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    Will you stop with the puns, the Paris of you?


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    Why? What have we got Toulouse?

    ἁμαρτία--in English "hamartia"--is Aristotle's word for the fatal flaw that leads to a hero's downfall. It entails enormous narcissism and grandiosity, along with a determination to defeat and disgrace all enemies (and perceived enemies) and be recognized as the greatest person in the world. Sound like anyone you know?

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    Why can't we all just be Nice to eachother?


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    Pourquoi est-ce que vous ne cessez jamais de parler?
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    Well... should we pardon your French?



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