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I went with an ex girlfriend to Paris many years back and was showing off in the restaurant as to my French language skills and ordered a rare steak. I got steak and liver mixed up and a piece of liver arrived that looked like it had just been taken from an autopsy. I couldn't admit my mistake and had to eat a very bloody plate of liver....
I went to the cinema in Paris with a girlfriend years ago. It was a Clint Eastwood film with subtitles. Clint kicked open the saloon doors and strode up to the bar, From the side of his mouth he hissed "I'll have a shot of red eye". The subtitle came up below "Dubonnet, s'il vous plait"