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explain a french letter


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i had my 18yr grandson and his mates  visit here 

i left them after a few drinks as they wanted to see night life

on leaving  i said you guys get a french letter 

there reply   whats that?

i said better ask at french embassy if you dont know

the young people are still are not learning anything about life

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10 hours ago, chickenslegs said:

In the 1970's UK the term French Letter was already out of date - we used to call them a "rubber" or a "Durex".

I bought a 3-pack in 1971 (I was 15) and still had it in my wallet, unopened, in 1975.:sad:

Naaaaaah, it was a "Johnny".............:stoner:

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A french letter is a letter from a French person.

A condom is an apartment. 

A rubber is used to erase pencil mistakes.

A balloon is blown up at partys.

A cock-sock keeps your chickens warm during the Winter.

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i remember when young was in NZ took a largish native  girl home 

she gave me a french kiss  same time a bear hug 

i was chocking and couldn't move

i think she should have had a french letter as i felt her tongue coming out of my  ass

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On 3/23/2017 at 2:32 AM, chickenslegs said:

In the 1970's UK the term French Letter was already out of date - we used to call them a "rubber" or a "Durex".

I bought a 3-pack in 1971 (I was 15) and still had it in my wallet, unopened, in 1975.:sad:

i was 15 too and carried it proudly in my wallet. till my mother found it! :sick:

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