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    Francophones, help a brotha out!

    Salut everyone!

    As I've stated elsewhere I plan on taking a trip to Montreal toward the end of the summer during which I hope to become aquainted with some of the loveliest that the city has to offer. My approach to this sort of thing has always been rooted in reciprocity-- I'm not just there to "get off" or so to speak; a significant part of my enjoyment of such encounters is found in actually connecting with the woman I am with, making her feel comfortable and trying my best to savor all aspects of her presence. A significant advantage to this end, I think, would be if I were able to speak at least some grammatically correct French. I studied the language in secondary school but have long since forgotten most of it, so what I was hoping was that some of you helpful souls out there could fill me in on some "key phrases" that might come in handy in the situations under discussion on this board. A few that I had in mind are:

    1) I want to kiss you.
    2) You smell nice.
    3) You taste good.
    4) You are very beautiful.
    5) You have a beautiful body.
    6) I want to fuck you now.
    7) Turn over.
    8) You have beautiful eyes.
    9) You have beautiful breasts.
    10) You feel good.
    11) I want to come all over your body.
    12) I want to come in your mouth.
    13) I want to be inside you.
    14) I love being close to you.
    15) I love kissing you.
    16) I wish you didn't have to go.
    17) You have beautiful skin.
    18) I love how wet you are.
    19) I hope to see you again.
    20) I want to fuck you in the ass with big fat yam. (Just kidding.)

    That's all I can think of now (if anyone thinks of any more that would be suitable, please post!). I don't expect anyone to answer all of them, but if a few people could give me one or two that would be sweet. (And before it comes up the reason I didn't just go to "bablefish" or whatever is that I want to be sure I get the right "dialect" and not some archaic French that nobody actually uses).

    Merci!

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    My approach to this sort of thing has always been rooted in reciprocity-- I'm not just there to "get off" or so to speak;
    Not that obvious from the sentences you chose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustBob
    Not that obvious from the sentences you chose.
    Haha, well I don't have enough time before my trip to become fluent in conversational French, so I will just have to rely on my English for that.

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    Before my first trip to Montreal, I stopped at a Borders bookstore and picked up a copy of Lonely Planet French phrase pocket book. Surprisingly enough, it had most of the phrases you're looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bond_james_bond
    Surprisingly enough, it had most of the phrases you're looking for.
    Really? Part of the reason I'm posting this here is that I couldn't think of anywhere else to inquire about phrases of this nature. I'll have a look next time I'm in chapters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    Surely you jest....

    Here's some more you should add:

    21. Is that all that $20 buys?
    22. Could you sit on my face?
    23. I have no idea why you guys want to separate.
    24. I bet you've never seen an open, weeping sore like this one.

    They will be equally effective at winning them over.

    Any other suggestions guys?
    $20? I shudder at the thought of the type of women you're used to dealing with.

    I'm genuinely confused about what you meant with #23...

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    I was gouing to translate them but I figured that you either would not trust me or you would not learn them anyway.

    So try

    http://babelfish.altavista.com/

    Also try to ask about food, drink, shelter and transportation. They come in handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleyes
    . (And before it comes up the reason I didn't just go to "bablefish" or whatever is that I want to be sure I get the right "dialect" and not some archaic French that nobody actually uses).

    Merci!

    Full of archaic clichés, aren't we?

    babelfish is fine for you.

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    angeleyes

    Just say it in english but use a french accent, it'll be a lot easier, a la Inspector Cluso, Pink Panther fame

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    1) I want to kiss you.
    - Je veux t'embrasser

    2) You smell nice.
    - Tu sens bon

    3) You taste good.
    - Tu goûtes bon

    4) You are very beautiful.
    - Tu es très belle

    5) You have a beautiful body.
    - Tu as un très beau corps

    6) I want to fuck you now.
    - Je veux te fourrer tout de suite

    7) Turn over.
    - Tournes-toi

    8) You have beautiful eyes.
    - Tu as de beaux yeux

    9) You have beautiful breasts.
    - Tu as une belle poitrine

    10) You feel good.
    - Tu te sens bien

    11) I want to come all over your body.
    - Je veux venir (jouir) partout sur ton corps

    12) I want to come in your mouth.
    - Je veux venir (jouir) dans ta bouche

    13) I want to be inside you.
    - Je veux te pénétrer (fourrer)

    14) I love being close to you.
    - J'aime être près de toi

    15) I love kissing you.
    - J'aime t'embrasser

    16) I wish you didn't have to go.
    -Je souhaite que n'aies pas à partir

    17) You have beautiful skin.
    - Tu as une très belle peau

    18) I love how wet you are.
    -J'aime te voir mouiller ainsi

    19) I hope to see you again.
    -J'espère te revoir

    20) I want to fuck you in the ass with big fat yam. (Just kidding.)
    - Je veux t'enculer avec mon gros manche (blague)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrten
    Just say it in english but use a french accent, it'll be a lot easier, a la Inspector Cluso, Pink Panther fame
    haha or that guy in the castle in Monty Python's Holy Grail.

    "Why do you think I have this outrrrageous accent you silly king!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydragoat
    I figured that you either would not trust me or you would not learn them anyway.
    Don't underestimate me.

    Thanks for the link though.

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    Regor,

    Merci Beaucoup!

    AE

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleyes
    haha or that guy in the castle in Monty Python's Holy Grail.

    "Why do you think I have this outrrrageous accent you silly king!"
    Better yet-- Peppy le Pew from the Looney Tunes characters

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleyes
    Regor,

    Merci Beaucoup!

    AE
    Ça me fait plaisir !

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