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Side tickling jokes about France

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Side tickling jokes about France
A list of jokes about France and French culture
France and Britain have an interesting, almost frenemy relationship, with hundreds of years of wars as well as fighting alongside each other more recently in years gone by. In modern times, it may boil down to teasing each other over national food and success (or lack of) in international football, but importantly it's all done in good natured fun.
1. In France, cats live in the Cat-acombs or in a chat-eau
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2. Did you hear about the cheese factory in France that exploded?
There was nothing left but de brie
Borat - eiffel tower
3. Did you hear about the Frenchman who jumped into the river in Paris?
He was declared to be in Seine.
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4. Why do French People eat snails?
Because they don't like fast food!
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5. French wine is like a good friend – you may not understand everything it says, but you appreciate its company nonetheless
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French toast
6. Haunted French pancakes give me the crepes
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7. I told my friend I'm studying French. They said, "Ah, you're becoming multilingual!" I replied, "More like 'menu-lingual' – I can order croissants with flair now!"
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8. They say the Eiffel Tower is romantic, but after all those stairs, I'm just glad they invented elevators
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Nintendo Oui
9. Why do the French make omelets with only one egg?
Because in France one egg is un oeuf.
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10. French fashion is like a mystery novel – it might not make sense, but it's intriguing and keeps you guessing.
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