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Sansculottide; and name it Festival of the Revolution.
The French Revolution
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fbharjo commented on the word Sansculottide
It is the Simone Weil way!
April 7, 2011
bilby commented on the word Sansculottide
Ah, beware the Sanculottides of March.
mollusque commented on the word Sansculottide
April 6, 2011
ruzuzu commented on the word Sansculottide
I'll drink to that.
sionnach commented on the word Sansculottide
Why, yes. Yes, they are.
Wait. Are "eperons" spurs?
April 5, 2011
Source of that early French video game hit Pants Pants Revolution.
Make mine a kir sansculottes!
A nos femmes!
A nos chevaux!
Et a ceux qui leur montent,
Avec ou sans eperons!
April 4, 2011
yarb commented on the word Sansculottide
...and why they spent all that time sitting around in cafes instead of standing proudly at the bar like ordinary folk.
That explains a lot about Simone de Beauvoir.
Yes, that's the idea. Ou sont les culottes d'antan?
Wellington is not in this cafe, Paul Valéry is no longer here, and Sartre is not wearing pants?
True, but you have to have had pants - or the idea of pants - to be without them. It's very French actually, being and nothingness and all that palaver.
Yes. But should we add this if it means without pants?
Wasn't there a "panvocalic pants" list somewhere?
MiketheViking90 commented on the word Sansculottide
are holidays following the last month of the year on the French Republican Calendar which was used following the French Revolution from approximately 1793 to 1805
literally translated to "without pants"
March 22, 2011
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