American Tourist. .. In sweden we learn english in 3rd grade and in 6th grade we learn either spanish, french or german. How does it work in the U.S?
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#120 - ainsley (08/14/2012) [-]
> Be in France
> French people are dicks
> They hate American Tourists
> I'm an American Tourist
> "Es tu americain?"
> "Non, je suis canadien"
> Problem solved
#410 to #120 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
So true, we hate american tourist but we love canadian one with their excellent accent !
If I can just advise you, most of us didn't like the way you act, I explain myself, because you are American and speak english you think everybody speak it too and it just piss us off...
#197 to #120 - riefenstahl (08/14/2012) [-]
Oh, but its nothing special they have against americans, as a Spaniard I can tell French citizens are dicks to almost everyone when you go to France as a tourist. Then they become very nice people when they go abroad, as they aren't able to speak any other language properly.
#124 to #120 - egotistical (08/14/2012) [-]
MFW they're still dickheads to you

*I'm Canadian, and I went to France... know how to speak French, fluently too*

#528 to #124 - ocnamesaregone ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
SECONDED, french canadian here, we have a different accent than them, which somehow means they have a superior knowledge of the language, resulting in taking us for retarded lumberjacks.   
People from France, especially Paris, can be real dickheads   
SECONDED, french canadian here, we have a different accent than them, which somehow means they have a superior knowledge of the language, resulting in taking us for retarded lumberjacks.

People from France, especially Paris, can be real dickheads

#572 to #528 - egotistical (08/14/2012) [-]
can... can we be friends..
#591 to #572 - ocnamesaregone ONLINE (08/15/2012) [-]
if you want &lt;3
if you want <3
#592 to #591 - egotistical (08/15/2012) [-]
I would like to :D
#593 to #592 - ocnamesaregone ONLINE (08/15/2012) [-]
THen let it happen
User avatar #1 - icrywhenipoop (08/13/2012) [-]
In sweden we learn english in 3rd grade and in 6th grade we learn either spanish, french or german. How does it work in the U.S?
User avatar #44 to #1 - DoggyBouncer (08/14/2012) [-]
Some schools in the US have a wide range of languages. It's not a requirement but it looks better on a job resume and a college application.
User avatar #76 to #1 - ascian (08/14/2012) [-]
I went to an arabic private school so I learned that until 8th grade (I left for a public school). Then I learned 2 years of spanish (you can choose either spanish, french, or sign language; they used to have japanese too.)
User avatar #126 to #1 - capinsquiggles (08/14/2012) [-]
Where I'm from (Canada) we get taught, not very well I might add, basic French from grade 1 until grade 9. Where we can then choose Spanish, French, Japanese, or German
User avatar #144 to #1 - thetrollerofgod (08/14/2012) [-]
You might have already seen this but In Canada where I'm from We take french from grade 4 to 9 and choose if you want to take it in grade 10 and get high school credits for it.
User avatar #23 to #1 - theavatarspupil (08/14/2012) [-]
my school system has recently introduced chinese
User avatar #32 to #1 - immortalfear ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
If you live in the state of connecticuit, your school most likly offers Spanish, Italian or French, usually starting in 7th grade.
#26 to #1 - italianchef (08/14/2012) [-]
youre implying that it works

anyways we have to take at least 2 years of any languages available at your high school. we need to start earlier (like 3rd or at least 6th grade) because at this age our brain cant adjust like that. almost none of us are actually fluent in a second language.
User avatar #27 to #26 - italianchef (08/14/2012) [-]
or at least in LAUSD, in California
#114 to #1 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
Want to know the truth, unless you practice it, it doesn't matter how long you take a language. In the U.S for anyone that doesn't actually go out and use it we tend to forget it. Was able to speak Latin in high school and that transferred into understanding some languages based on it. Then took German in college to kind of get an idea of all European languages. I would say the Euros learn it better because you use it more often than we do in the US. Plus it's very hard if you don't live in an area with immigrants from another area that you can practice with
User avatar #67 to #1 - piclemaniscool (08/14/2012) [-]
Either be born into a family that is foreign or half-assedly learn spanish just to forget it by the end of college
#328 to #1 - swedz (08/14/2012) [-]
User avatar #6 to #1 - Psychotic (08/13/2012) [-]
Here, there is no required 2nd language. The only people that achieve conversational proficiency are those that either grow up with two languages or take classes. These classes are most often offered in high school, at a point when it becomes quite difficult to absorb a new language, so most people only speak english.
User avatar #3 to #1 - kuraithevision (08/13/2012) [-]
I'm not from the US but I know people there and I think it depends on the school, some give the option to study German, French, Italian, and sometimes even Mandarin, Cantonese or Japanese.
#141 to #1 - hopalongreborn (08/14/2012) [-]
From my part of the U.S., you learn a language if you god damn want to. 'Merica logic
User avatar #24 to #1 - sketchE (08/14/2012) [-]
basicly as everyone else says it varies. i live in alaska and since most mexicans that make it up there have learned english by then we arent required to learn it. starting in middle school you can learn spanish or japanese and in highschool you have the option to learn german and latin. i didnt want to learn spanish because thats all anyone took and i think its just an ugly language
User avatar #430 to #24 - bateking (08/14/2012) [-]
True, thats why I went through middle school without any languages, spanish sounded ugly and french was for pussys, so now i take latin in high school
User avatar #19 to #1 - heirofaniu (08/14/2012) [-]
Certain colleges require foreign language but a majority do not. The only foreign languages they teach in my district are French and Spanish, neither of which I want to learn, so I didn't take the class.
User avatar #15 to #1 - brainydud (08/14/2012) [-]
My school screwed up the language courses. No Spanish until Middle School.
User avatar #38 to #1 - mexicandudeinsd (08/14/2012) [-]
in Ca , US we have to take a language in high school but in my school we only have filipino and spanish . that **** doesnt help me, why would i want to learn filipino(never going to use it) and i already know spanish. thats why i started learning german by my self
#13 to #1 - anon (08/13/2012) [-]
Where i am from in america in middle school you learn 3 years of Spanish and when you get to high school you can continue to learn Spanish or learn German or French.
User avatar #29 to #1 - cancerousiguana (08/14/2012) [-]
Our education is mandated at the state level, so it's different in every state. In California, most High Schools require 2 years of a foreign language but offer it for 4 years, then in college they require you to pass it at a certain level (so you may take up to like 4 semesters of it, but if you got good enough grades in 2 years of high school, you only have to take 2 semesters). There's no particular language you have to take, but the most popular are Spanish, French, and Russian, and you have to meet all requirements in the same language (no switching around, obviously)
#30 to #29 - sacrilegious (08/14/2012) [-]
Woah, your school has Russian? I'm jelly, bro.
#12 to #1 - jakeattack ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
we can take it a few years in middle school and a lot in high school. but its poorly designed and ive learned barely anything taking german for 2 years
User avatar #7 to #1 - TheBrickShitter (08/13/2012) [-]
we are given the option at the end of middle school for an intro to french or spanish. then in high school you can take up to 4 yrs of each. the new requirement is that you take 1 year of either. and i think they are introducing mandarin this year. as an option. but none of the languages are forced because america thinks that everyone else in the world should just learn english. its a shame really.
#2 to #1 - professorrowan (08/13/2012) [-]
in america we are given the choice to learn spanish in all four years of highschool, I didn't take spanish because I suck at any foreign language but my sister took spanish all four years
#130 to #1 - dontcutmyusernameo (08/14/2012) [-]
well in california, or at least my current hometown
we dont learn a language until highschool grade,
at which point you can choose spanish, french or german for
at least 2 years
User avatar #546 to #1 - revanthewin (08/14/2012) [-]
In Houston you have to take 2 years of Spanish in either high school or middle school, then you can take whatever language you want, but they don't teach it right. Somehow they managed to find some version of mutt-Spanish that people in Spain would call "retarded" and people in Mexico would call "too proper". I don't know how, but they found a dialect of Spanish to teach us that nobody in the whole world speaks.
#101 to #1 - spacelubber (08/14/2012) [-]
Where I live it depends. At magnet schools, elementary children take a very basic spanish class pretty much every year. During middle school, they have the choice between spanish, latin, french, and german. At the high school level, they are required to take at least two consecutive years of any foreign language (the same ones are available), except at my school where we require three. I don't know about regular schools, but I doubt it really matters at most of them.

Also, Chinese is offered as an elective at a few magnet schools, but it does not count as a foreign language credit.
User avatar #520 to #1 - shinyjam ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
Grade 1-12 English.
User avatar #72 to #1 - theysayyouknowme (08/14/2012) [-]
My school made it mandatory to either take Latin, French, or Spanish in Middle School. In Highschool studying a language is no longer mandatory, but you can study Mandarin, Spanish, French, and Latin.
User avatar #486 to #1 - futurestas (08/14/2012) [-]
Where I'm from, we can choose not to learn any other language, or we can start in 9th grade-12th grade, either spanish or french.
Unless you're from a family with money and can buy a tutor before high school.
User avatar #41 to #1 - kieranbaker ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
Where I live all we have are spanish french and Japanese. I want to learn a european language.
#42 to #41 - language (08/14/2012) [-]
STOOOOOOOOOOOOOOP saying mah name!
User avatar #47 to #42 - kieranbaker ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
poor choice in username bro
#49 to #47 - language (08/14/2012) [-]
Atleast evverybody is talking about me!
User avatar #58 to #49 - kieranbaker ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
they are using the word not talking about you the user
#373 to #49 - saone (08/14/2012) [-]
**saone rolled a random image posted in comment #97 at Put Me Down For 20 **
lol, i guess its time for you to leave this fake account
User avatar #466 to #1 - ieatsand (08/14/2012) [-]
I live in Canada and most of us leanr french in grade one+ Like, if we're in immersion then all of our classes except for english class are in french, at least until high school.
User avatar #21 to #1 - amanpig (08/14/2012) [-]
back when i was a kid we had only french and spanish all throw school but now my younger cousin learn at least 4 different languages and can speak each one vary well and i still have problems with english
User avatar #461 to #1 - xboxnoobpro (08/14/2012) [-]
Illinois here, we start in 8th grade and continue through high school.
User avatar #17 to #1 - philliyoMLB (08/14/2012) [-]
Spanish in middle school though not required but foreign language required in high school for three years but nobody actually learns them anyway.
User avatar #422 to #1 - meganinja (08/14/2012) [-]
in my area (East Coast) public schools don't offer a second language until seventh grade, and even then you have to be a gifted kid, so most start in 9th. In my county we only offer French and Spanish, but i'm sure in wealthier areas they probably offer a wider variety. We also are only allowed to take 4 years of any language with a teacher. It's possible to go further than that by taking an online class, but those are extremely hard.

From seeing these other Americans posting, I assume it's different in some areas ( the people saying Spanish starts in first grade are probably closer to the Mexican border, where it's more practical to know Spanish)
User avatar #39 to #1 - Temari (08/14/2012) [-]
In Canada, we take it starting in fourth grade, and it's all really simple. It's still insanely simple in highschool, where we are only required to take it in grade nine... So, 5 years.
User avatar #472 to #39 - ieatsand (08/14/2012) [-]
In my class we started (french) either grade 1 or 2, but didnt start speaking it constantly until grade 3
User avatar #589 to #472 - Temari (08/15/2012) [-]
I think it's changed since I've been in elementary, lol. We had the French teacher around in grade 2 and 3, but we didn't start our 40 minute classes until grade 4.
User avatar #600 to #589 - ieatsand (08/15/2012) [-]
Well i havn't been in elementary school for a while either, so it's probably either the area or the program...
User avatar #601 to #600 - Temari (08/16/2012) [-]
Probably. I think my grade was one of the last to start French so late. I think at my old Elementary school they start lightly in Grade 2... No idea though! :)
User avatar #376 to #1 - lawlorphilly (08/14/2012) [-]
I have english and french all through highschool (i´m from Spain)
#35 to #1 - kryogen (08/14/2012) [-]
in my state we are required to learn 2 years of a language, but im going on 2 languages
User avatar #346 to #1 - conordalymcr (08/14/2012) [-]
Ireland is Irish from when you start school at 5-6 years old and we keep learning it until we finish secondary school at 17-18 but in secondary school we learn either French or German. And we still can't speak Irish.
#31 to #1 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
Have to take at least 2 years of foreign language. Most likely Spanish, french, or German. Majority is Spanish. But most of the stupid ***** in america forget it all
User avatar #337 to #1 - wizlock (08/14/2012) [-]
Pretty much the same in the whole Europe I think. Dunno about US
#28 to #1 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
we dont learn any other languages
User avatar #288 to #1 - bghostreaper (08/14/2012) [-]
exactly the same in The Netherlands, except we learn english our whole life
User avatar #306 to #288 - icrywhenipoop (08/14/2012) [-]
Yeah same here like you start with English in 3rd grade and beyond :) and spanish, french or german from 6th to 9th grade.
User avatar #22 to #1 - bronytarek (08/14/2012) [-]
In Denmark, we learn English from the 3rd grade, and then it's either German or French from the 7th. So everybody has to learn two foreign languages. In Gymnasium/High School, it depends on what type of gymnasium you've chosen. In the technical-scientific gymnasium, a second foreign language isn't required, but in the economic-business gymnasium and in the standard gymnasium it is. We can choose to continue to learn either German or French for two years, or begin learning a third foreign language instead. Currently, we can choose between 3 new foreign languages, Mandarin, Spanish and Italian. You can also learn Latin and Greek, and but that's like, classical Latin and Greek, and you learn more about the Roman Empire and Ancient Greece. I heard they're introducing Arabic soon though, that'll be interesting (since I'm Arab lol) :P
User avatar #181 to #1 - snchzvrmlnmggt (08/14/2012) [-]
It all depends on the school system really.
User avatar #9 to #1 - suicidepikle (08/13/2012) [-]
Where I'm from in America, we take spanish starting at first grade, and continue learning all the way to the end of highschool, and then still screw up on saying most spanish stuff
User avatar #118 to #9 - sirgawain ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
Where I'm from, it's spanish until highschool, then a language of your choice.
#174 to #9 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
and where I'm from, Spanish k-1, nothing until 7, spanish or french 7-8, any possible language (span, french, german, chinese, sign, etc.) until highschool ends.
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#454 to #374 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
trolleo minimo
#286 - braviary (08/14/2012) [-]
Ugh, my Mum does this to an extent. She thinks incorporating a stereotypical (I mean like, Super Mario kind of stereotypical) Italian accent into her English will make the natives understand her.


Goddamit Mum.
#459 to #286 - watchesupee (08/14/2012) [-]
My dad does that to everyone. -_- He says he does it so that whoever he's talking to could understand him better so that he wouldn't have to keep repeating himself. Sometimes I feel like he's offending them, but they don't seem to mind. Still seems like a pretty dickish thing to do.
User avatar #407 to #286 - rieskimo (08/14/2012) [-]
Sounds hilarious.
#75 - spycheckingpyro (08/14/2012) [-]
>american living in germany for a few years
>meet american tourists at oktoberfest
>explain to them that i'm from michigan
>"i'm sorry, i don't know where that country is. do they use the metric system there too?"

User avatar #83 to #75 - BowChickaBowWow (08/14/2012) [-]
I had a similar experience when I was stationed in Germany. I didn't reply to them in English, though. I replied to them in Farsi. When they gave me a confused look, I replied again in Russian. I'm glad they didn't speak russian, though, because mine sucks.
#292 to #83 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
I think you forgot the part where your experience was supposed to be similar
User avatar #566 to #292 - BowChickaBowWow (08/14/2012) [-]
I meant similar in that a tourist couple heard me speaking English in a sea of Germans.
#567 to #566 - heard (08/14/2012) [-]
i heard you speaking my name. now shut the **** up.
User avatar #515 to #83 - mikorv (08/14/2012) [-]
You accidentally your sentence.
#172 - boredomavenger (08/14/2012) [-]
>took 1 year of French
>scored highest in the class (102% w/ extra credit)
>considered myself half decent at basic conversational french
>i go to the grand canyon for vacation
>foreigners everywhere
>me and my family need someone to take our photo
>we ask a nearby tourist to take it for us
>she's French
> ************ .jpg
>"Bonjour, madame... er... un photo? s'il vous plait?"
>suddenly, rapid French
>I can't keep up, it's starting to have a hint of german to it
>I blank, I can't come up with a response in French
>just start pointing at my camera like an autistic mute
>she understands well enough to get our picture

I can't wait for school to start again so I can take French II...
#188 to #172 - discon (08/14/2012) [-]
This is so true >.<

I took 1 year of Italian, got a perfect grade, then went to Italy and everyone just babbled away >.<
#240 to #172 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
Thats cause French are dicks, as soon as they notice you dont speak the language very well they'll just talk faster. They dont even attempt to slow down a bit.
User avatar #283 to #240 - odonnell (08/14/2012) [-]
I'm Scottish and I do the same because I find it hilerious watching the faces people pull when trying to understand. Thats until I get tired of them saying "What?" at the end of every sentence, then I do the same as in the content.
User avatar #477 to #172 - ieatsand (08/14/2012) [-]
I've taken seven years of french and when I go to quebec there's still that one person talking so fast that I have no ******* idea what they're saying...
#341 to #172 - babydonthurtme (08/14/2012) [-]
>working to become an English teacher
>think about working to teach kids in other countries English
>old friends girlfriend taught in Japan
>"Oh I get to learn Japanese?"
>mfw the Japs don't want the English teachers to know Japanese
I might be mistaken, it might have been China... **** if I know
#345 to #341 - babydonthurtme (08/14/2012) [-]
think about teaching kids* oops
User avatar #377 to #345 - sgseight (08/14/2012) [-]
That's retarded indeed, they wouldn't understand a squat if you can't explain what it means in their mother tongue.
#509 to #377 - babydonthurtme (08/14/2012) [-]
Exactly! Needless to say that idea was thrown out the window
User avatar #227 to #172 - KingMH (08/14/2012) [-]
Its true, the sort of French I got taught in school only helps you get through exams, its completely useless in France.
#555 to #227 - revanthewin (08/14/2012) [-]
I took 4 years of Spanish in high school, and wasted countless hours of my life studying and genuinely trying to learn the language. I went to Guatemala to visit my great uncle, who's a priest there, and couldn't understand a word anyone there said. We drove through Mexico to get back to the U.S., and nobody there spoke Spanish like me either. I figured they must have taught me how they speak it in Spain, then I went there on vacation about 2 years later and nobody ******* spoke the same. I still don't know what the **** they taught me for 4 years. MFW
#247 to #172 - shodaihokage (08/14/2012) [-]
This is true school wont teach you how to speak and understand the language fluently real world practice will be more beneficial
This is true school wont teach you how to speak and understand the language fluently real world practice will be more beneficial
#102 - superclamsquared (08/14/2012) [-]
Who's to say he is American? I know a Canadian that does that.
#62 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
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And all the Locals can think is....
#98 - sovietsammich (08/14/2012) [-]
Slowing down and talking louder can help. I speak Spanish and when I go down to the border regions I have to ask the speaker to slow down and speak louder. Then I can usually understand, but otherwise I have no clue what they are saying.
#296 - Jameshaich (08/14/2012) [-]
I took german for 2 year in High School.
I remember how to say:

Cheese, Lemonade, Sausage, and the basic greetings.
User avatar #440 to #296 - reddeadtroll (08/14/2012) [-]
I've taken Spanish for 1, (going into my second) and all I remember is:

"Hola, me llamo Drew. Como te llamas?"

"Como estas?"

But i had a friend who went to Honduras for a couple of weeks and had about the same spanish speaking level i did. She said that when in America she doesn't remember half the **** we learned, but when she was put in the situation she did just fine.

So I guess with language your mind could just file it in the back of your head for future reference... (this was more of a reply to the whole thread, but you as well.)
#480 to #296 - MatthewsGauss (08/14/2012) [-]
me too, MFW people try to talk to me in german and all I can say is "Ja"
User avatar #301 to #296 - dyllygaf (08/14/2012) [-]
lol at all the people (including me) who took languages in high school, never got to use them, and forgot 99% of it
#318 to #301 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
HOLA QUE TAL COMO TE LLAMAS ? me gusta una pollo de KFC
patatas fritas
yo tambien
mi nombre es ___

i have no ******* clue how to build sentences in spanish anymore, and i forgot 99% of the words i learned.. in 2 years XD

User avatar #320 to #318 - dyllygaf (08/14/2012) [-]
No worries, I live about an hour from the mexican border, and my town is infested with illegals, and you know more spanish than I do
User avatar #387 to #301 - blueghost (08/14/2012) [-]
I took latin, I knew since the beginning I would never use it. Semper ubi sub ubi.
User avatar #465 to #387 - bateking (08/14/2012) [-]
Vale dominus, ego sum Adronicus Filius Dei

"always where under where" ? lol whut!?
User avatar #489 to #465 - blueghost (08/14/2012) [-]
Its a little thing my magistra taught us in Latin 1, she calls it bogus latin, "Always wear underwear"
User avatar #493 to #489 - bateking (08/14/2012) [-]
I kinda lol'd +1
User avatar #311 to #301 - tvfreakuk (08/14/2012) [-]
The only things I remember from my French class:
Je m'appelle Ryan

But tbh, I hated doing French because I was originally in the lower group, but because I was doing so well I got put in the "smarter" group for French. I started to do worse, and the teacher was a bitch.
Even if you got 99% on a test, she would mark it as a fail and make you do it again until you got 100%
She phoned my mam saying that I was failing, and my mam raged at me for ages until I actually explained. It was all just ******* stupid.
User avatar #319 to #301 - tkuja (08/14/2012) [-]
never had a choice
User avatar #308 to #296 - JordanJwoww (08/14/2012) [-]
i took spanish for 7

i can barely make it through a sentence
User avatar #310 to #296 - shadesofbacon (08/14/2012) [-]
I am still learning it, the problem is they don't teach you how to have a conversation they teach you how to ask for a pencil or rubber
#326 to #310 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
I dunno, knowing how to ask for a rubber sounds kinda useful, if you know what I mean.
#4 - givehimthemulk (08/13/2012) [-]
And this is why I'll only travel to countries where English is at least one of the national languages
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#499 to #4 - pandahuggrstabbr (08/14/2012) [-]
I'll only go to countries where English is at least two of their national languages.
#73 - mattandstuff (08/14/2012) [-]
apparently american is the only country that speaks English.............
#55 - mrgoodbunny (08/14/2012) [-]
****** be mad in the comments.
User avatar #321 - alfjnn ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
British Tourists are worse than American ones in my eyes.

And because I'm a mutt, I speak three useless languages Natively. (Serbian, Russian, Greek)

And for all of you who are like "NO BRO, RUSSIAN IS BADASS, COMRADE."
That might be so, if you don't understand it, but unless you plan on moving to Russia, it's not worth the time to learn.
#287 - thedutchs ONLINE (08/14/2012) [-]
I once asked a store-clerk in Spain if he could speak English. He replied with: "Un poco."

User avatar #80 - InglushMayjur (08/14/2012) [-]
**** , my mom is always ******* like that when we're on a vacation. Except she'll speak louder even if the person speaks English, albeit with an accent.
I swear to god, all of our conversations go like this.
"Excuse me, where can I find St. Peter's Church?"
"Excusame, madame, could you a please repeata?"

Thanks mom, for perpetuating the stereotype about stupid American tourists.
#497 - drflanges (08/14/2012) [-]
idk what everyone's arguing about down here
User avatar #43 - malacyman (08/14/2012) [-]
i work in an orchard with a bunch of french people. sometimes if you talk too fast they don't understand. so if you slow down and speak a little louder they usually understand
User avatar #362 - genericnewfag (08/14/2012) [-]
>Go to France
>Speak French with a strong English accent
User avatar #40 - aldheim (08/14/2012) [-]
*Any tourist with from a country with English as the primary language.
#5 - mattkingg **User deleted account** (08/13/2012) [-]
i went to the french alps recently with a bunch of people from school (from england)
we were buying food and supplies and **** for the journey back and none of us spoke french and the women at the till (who spoke no english) kept letting french people ahead of us for no reason, so when we got to the till my friend rob was just unloading horrible insults and swears right at her face, i nearly pissed myself
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#147 to #10 - thetrollerofgod (08/14/2012) [-]
Stfu I found that hilarious.
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