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post #106 of 158
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Sure, falling was painful. But believe me, the pain was nothing in comparison with what I felt when the surgeon began cutting my bespoke jacket’s sleeve to operate!

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This Victor Hugo everybody’s talking about …. I can believe he may be good, but seriously, would you recognize only one of his painting ?

Tintin! Hero of my childhood.
post #108 of 158
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@Anden, the very same  ;-)

post #109 of 158
man, im sad im JUST finding this thread, but sooo glad i did. these are just great.
post #110 of 158
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Thx @DerekS !

 you can see many others sketches on croquissartoriaux.tumblr.com, facebook.com/croquissartoriaux and even instagram, @rosace_croquissartoriaux

Join us !

post #111 of 158
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Thx @DerekS
!
 you can see many others sketches on croquissartoriaux.tumblr.com, facebook.com/croquissartoriaux and even instagram, @rosace_croquissartoriaux
Join us !

will do! thanks for hte links!!
post #112 of 158
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It's a Venitian cocktail that combine Aperol, Prosecco and sparkling water.


It really is served frequently in Venice.
post #113 of 158
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What do you mean I'm nasty? #watchporn ??? Oh, come on darling, this is not at all what you think 

post #114 of 158
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Well, this one is impossible to translate in english, but can be explained. The professor is saying: "... And, ladies, this is how a "killed dead" can become an excellent pleonasm !" Well, everybody knows a killed dead is a pleonasm, but in french, "killed dead" is said "occis mort" which has the same pronounciation as "oxymore" which is the french for oxymoron. So the professor is saying: "an oxymoron can be an excellent pleonasm". Which will be funny for any french language PhD student reading this page. 

post #115 of 158
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Even though this suit was made by Moldavian workers in a Romanian factory, property of Italian investors, in an English fabric woven in a Tasmanian wool, I wanted it to have a Parisian lapel. 
I guess it’s my way to pay tribute to French excellent craftsmanship

post #116 of 158
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… Then, you post your selfie on Instagram, and, depending on the numbers of “likes” and of followers you gain, you can determine how elegant you’ve been !

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post #118 of 158
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2000€ for a pair of Tuczek shoes??? My son, for this price, the real sin would have been to let them !

post #119 of 158
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When Gisele realized I'd been cheating on her, she said she would accept to forgive me if I afforded her a car or a diamond. I chose the diamond, naturally, for she would have identify a fake car !

post #120 of 158
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Yes Sir, I've been putting some water proof spray on my suede shoes, and no Sir, I'm not sure this will be enough !

 

(for those who don't know, Paris had been under massive flood since two weeks)

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