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Old 24-09-21, 09:04 PM
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Default Interest in WWI and passable in Pidgin French

Came across this whilst looking up origin of Fusilier.

http://www.151ril.com/content/history/culture/3

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Lovely period piece, Chris! Oddly enough, some of that slang French was still floating around when I was teaching English there (Paris) more years ago than I care to remember....
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Cuistot, godasses, pinard I heard used in Belgian French when I lived there in the mid 90's.
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