Pardon My French

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  • Info "Pardon my French" or "Excuse my French" is a common English language phrase ostensibly disguising profanity as French. more...
  • The film is also known as Pardon My French.
  • "Pardon my French" is a common English-language expression.
  • Pardon My French is the second album by French pop punk band Chunk!
  • The band announced the Pardon My French's cover art, track listing and release date on 11 March 2013.
  • The phrase has found large use in broadcast television and family films where less offensive words are preceded by "pardon my French" to emphasize their meaning without violating censorship or rating guidelines.
  • He made his motion picture debut in 1921 in a secondary but good role in the Goldwyn Pictures silent film comedy Pardon My French directed by Sidney Olcott.
  • In 2008, he returned to the Cabaret scene with his show, Pardon My French and performed at the Rugby World Cup in Canberra performing the French National Anthem before the match between France and Scotland.
  • On May 13, it was announced that the band will be releasing a deluxe version of their second album Pardon My French, which will feature 3 previously unreleased tracks and an acoustic version Taking Chances, and will be released on June 13.
  • On May 13, it was announced that the band will be releasing a deluxe version of their second album Pardon My French, which featured 3 previously unreleased tracks and an acoustic version Taking Chances, and was released on June 17.
  • The Temptations were not given creative input on the final release, to which Otis Williams referred in his autobiography Temptations as a "mismatched collection of, pardon my French, shit."
  • The style of Pardon My French was intended by the band to center around the theme of bipolarity, with Poncet stating that the song "Bipolar Mind" epitomised their contrasting musical style well, having "the catchiest chorus placed right next to the nastiest breakdown".
  • Within a few months she was collaborating on video content with major brands, such as Dior, Chopard, Tiffany & Co., Petit Bateau, J. Crew, Max Mara and Kering, and, in 2012, had developed her own YouTube series "Pardon My French".