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We all know that you guys/gals changed "French Fries" to "Freedom Fries". I have a question for you because I am really interested in the following.....

Did you also change the "French Kiss" to "Freedom Kiss"?

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Freedom kissing in the USA doesn't quite sound right does it? I am sure Blondie wouldn't have had much success with that instead of French kissing in the USA

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I never saw a single place that did that...personally, I think it was stupid.

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>personally, I think it was stupid

Yes, you would think congress would have better things to do, like for example, making sure elderly people don't have to go to Canada to get the medication that they cannot afford in the country they worked and paid taxes for 40 or so years.
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Let's see, we fought a war to give Iraqis various liberities, such as the freedom of speech, but anybody who opposed the war was/is black-balled...

Yup, that makes a lot of sense....
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I think the French kiss has just been renamed the Spanish kiss
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>but anybody who opposed the war was/is black-balled... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Umm... huh?
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Let's see, we fought a war to give Iraqis various liberities, such as the freedom of speech, <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

No, we didn't fight a war to liberate Iraqi's. We fought a war to remove a thorn in our side. The liberation is one of the many fringe benefits for the Iraqi people.

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""French Kiss" to "Freedom Kiss"?
Diplomatically a French Kiss is needed when you want to keep your slaves poor and under the gun. A Freedom Kiss is when your slaves cry out to stop the killing and is placed on GWB's butt as a way of getting him to kill off the murderers. Best idea GWB ever had was to simplify the murder for landgrab schemers....disarm Islam and work on the others.

We no longer sell weapons to any terrorist sponsoring country until they perform the Freedom Kiss. Not so in France -Germany or Russia. Arms go to the highest bidder and the paperwork shredded.

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LOL

&gt;but anybody who opposed the war was/is black-balled...

Here comes moneychaser, close the thread!!!



Nope. I made a promess. Won't talk about it no moooore.

In Italy it's still just kissing. We never had any issue with potatoes, they've always been called "little fried potatoes" when translated....

Edited: english.

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I didn't mean to make this a political debate, so I hope people didn't get offended.

In my country we call the French Kiss a "Wet Kiss". Well, something like that, I can't literally translate it.

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Wow Macedonia!

Aleeeexaaaaander the Greeeat!!!!!
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Listening to it now!!!!

Macedonian Wet Kiss....Frank Zappa could've used that....
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Who changed french fries? Noone around here did..

Although I prefer steak fries..

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So what are you going to call a French letter?

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Americans still use "french kiss", but its meaning has changed.

Instead of "tongue to tongue", it now means "lips to cheek"
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USA cannot sell terrorists any weapons, because they all have got it from the USA as presents. Here in Europe we have heard that GWB "kisses" a lot of old French cognac? And the worser it goes in Iraq the more is ordered.

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Heh, carneol, just keep underestimating George for the next six years or so, that's the way he likes it.

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> So what are you going to call a French letter?
<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Absolute necessity, almost. Haven't heard that term in a long, long time. . .

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Alex: we changed that a long time ago, it's called "sucking face" now ...
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