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 Post Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 5:19 am 
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What do you lot think of MP members speaking french in some sketches? I think it's quite funny indeed.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking french
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I prefer when they speak scottish! :lol: :lol: :lol:

In one episode they spoke Italian as well..very funny...

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 Post subject: Hola! Bonjour!
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They sound so funny when they talk in foreign languages. Or is it just foreign sounding gibberish?


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GamerErman2001 wrote:
They sound so funny when they talk in foreign languages. Or is it just foreign sounding gibberish?


both. yes. no. I don't know.

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i love the 'kniggets'
(i always asked myself why english typses have a 'k' and a 'g' and don't use them)

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They don't really speak French in many sketches do they?

The 'French Lecture on Sheep-Aircraft' one is pretty obvious but I haven't noticed a great amount of French other than that.

In the first episode of Flying Circus they do have the 'Italian lesson' and the 'Funniest Joke' sketches.


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I brought my FlyingCircus DVDs into French class, and the teacher let us watch the Flying Sheep bit. I even started during the dialouge between Terry J. and Graham! Everyone was laughing their asses off :)

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Frank wrote:

In the first episode of Flying Circus they do have the 'Italian lesson' and the 'Funniest Joke' sketches.


oh yessss!!
it was so fun to hear them speaking Italian!
I whish they did more often, so funny!!


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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PuzzleaPuma wrote:
Frank wrote:

In the first episode of Flying Circus they do have the 'Italian lesson' and the 'Funniest Joke' sketches.


oh yessss!!
it was so fun to hear them speaking Italian!
I whish they did more often, so funny!!


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Oh yeah. The teacher knew less Italian then the students! It was so silly!


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I feel I should withdraw my statement after seeing an episode in Series 2 with a sketch about a French film.

Why confine the humour to English?

I see that you have a cabbage.


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Oh yeah. The teacher knew less Italian then the students! It was so silly!


Oh, you shouldn't be saying that, we haven't done comparatives yet.

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Haha. God I love that sketch. Wasn't that in the very first episode?

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