Thursday, December 08, 2005

A Few Thoughts On France

I don't feel that I am overreacting to a jilted short-term romance when I say that all French people alive today, and all the French people that have ever lived are lying bastards and should stay in their own elitest snobbish country.

4 comments:

M. Paul Bailey said...

Wow. I'm guessing there's a good story behind this last post. Do share.

Also, what does the word "jilted" mean? I know that I've used it before, but I use all kinds of words which I could never define in a million years.

Sara Allsop said...

www.m-w.com states:

jilt
One entry found for jilt.


Main Entry: 1jilt
Pronunciation: 'jilt
Function: transitive verb
: to drop (a lover) capriciously or unfeelingly
- jilt·er noun

Anonymous said...

i dont fall well with french people either take that you cheese eating surender monkeys
eric

Brdfrd11 said...

I think I might have to agree. Jilted romances aside.