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  1. Shrewd thinking, Chuck. You’re right — bay leaves aren’t poisonous. Cooks remove them before serving because they don’t get soft unless you cook the bejesus out of them, and no one wants a bay leaf shard stuck between their teeth. But there are still circumstances in which you should fret.
  2. Dec 10,  · There’s a place in France where the naked ladies dance there’s a hole in the wall where the man can see it all but the men don’t care cause the chew their underwear. So THAT’s why Charlie Chaplin had to go to France to teach the ladies how to dance! I’ve no idea how long this one goes back – certainly no earlier than the early s.
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  4. There's a place in France Where the alligators dance One wouldn't dance So they shot him in the pants The pants he wore Cost a dollar ninety-four Plus tax. Also, There's a place on Mars Where the ladies smoke cigars. Every puff they take Is enough to kill a snake. When the snakes are dead They put diamonds in their head. When the diamonds crack.
  5. There's a place in France Where the naked ladies dance There's a hole in the wall Where the men can see it all But the men don't care 'Cause they eat their underwear. These are the best song lyrics I've ever heard! Unfortunetly, I can't provide any additional info on the tune .
  6. David Bell has interesting things to say about the French kindred and about an important aspect of their life together. The Cult of the Nation in France is about the way a particular kind of togetherness and a novel kind of identity were implanted, grew (and may have begun to wither) in France's fertile soil. The nation, he argues, is no.
  7. Bell, David A. The Cult of the Nation in France: Inventing Nationalism, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, That France has constituted one of the basic conceptual models for the modern nation has been a long-enduring axiom of nationalism studies, yet historical inquiries into the origins of French nationalism have been.
  8. Oct 21,  · While they haven’t quite gotten their act together yet, they do make for an interesting anthropological study. This sign says “We thank you for not peeing in this flower pot. -The plants” In case we forgot about it — and this was before he ditched France for the high taxes — Gerard Depardieu peed on a plane.
  9. Slavery Most people who were rich brought their own slaves with them Aboriginals would give native slaves to the Europeans as tokens of friendship Most slaves were female, and the average age was By the 18th century, they were bought and sold like merchandise Jesuits A group.

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