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That was brilliantly unexpected - thank you!
That's reminiscent of N'heures souris rames : the Coucy Castle manuscript, a 1980 book of “French nursery rhymes” by Ormond de Kay. For example,Roc a bail, bey bis;On detruit tape.Ou N. de Windt blouse,Decret de l'huile roque.
Now am going to have y est-ce deux dés stuck in my head for an hour... but very amusing on a dreary Monday morning after a four day weekend; thanks!
Linguistically, it takes enormous liberties with the French language, stretching it more or less to it's limitsC'est Oeil du Moineau! (Eye of the Sparrow)
Very clever! Watch out for the drunk swans, though...
Cute. But does the French itself mean anything, or is it nonsense?
Brilliant. And in some ways the reverse of that more popular YouTube hit, Benny Lava.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdyC1BrQd6g
Queneau did it better.
van Rooten was the first.
I like it!
Glad I waited.
I used to sit around in German beer gardens translating and singing (a cappella) pop songs. Gesterntag and Eisenmann were perennial favorites.
Looks familiar. Who is he?
Incroyable. Et, vachement, plutôt drôle.
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