Dictionaries:

French:

1. Or: French-kiss , to kiss with open mouths and probing tongues.

2. To have oral-genital-sex (cunnilingus or fellatio) with a man or woman , derives from the association of the French people with oral-sex .
Synonyms: French-art(s) ; French-culture(s) ; Frenching ; French-job ; French-lessons ; French-love ; French-sex ; French-tricks ; French-way .


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Quotes Containing french:
Charles (Timothy Hutton) who broke his engagement to Kate (Meg Ryan) after falling head-over-heels in-love-with a French girl in Paris in French Kiss (1995): - Charles: ''I feel so totally, horribly guilty.'' - Kate: ''Oh, listen, don''t feel guilty because then I''ll start feeling guilty that I made you feel guilty, and... You know , actually, that was the old me. Just feel guilty. Swim in it till your fingers get all pruny.''
Kate (Meg Ryan) in French Kiss (1995): ''A kiss is where the romance is.''
American-Canadian Kate (Meg Ryan) to Frenchman Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995):''A kiss is where the romance is.''
Maggie (Meg Ryan) about her ex-boyfriend in Addicted to Love (1997): ''You know Sam, most French men are small. But not this guy . It''s like Godzilla''s tail! He could take out all of Tokyo with that thing!''
Maggie (Meg Ryan) about her ex-boyfriend in Addicted to Love (1997): ''You know Sam, most French men are small. But not this guy . It''s like Godzilla''s tail! He could take out all of Tokyo with that thing!''
Billie Dawn (Melanie Griffith) to her boyfriend (John Goodman) when she was almost caught kissing Paul Verral (Don Johnson) in Born Yesterday (1993): ''Paul just taught me a little French .''
Charlie (R.D. Robb) and Marcia (Christine Taylor) in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995): - Charlie : ''Marcia, I think I just felt your tongue in my mouth .'' - Marcia: ''It''s called a French-kiss , Charlie .'' - Charlie : ''Um, Marcia, I gotta go. Euh... Something suddenly came up .''
Cousin Vicki (Jane Krakowski) and Audrey Griswold (Dana Barron) in Vacation (1983): - Vicki: ''I''m going steady , and I French-kiss .'' - Audrey: ''So? Everybody does that.'' - Vicki: ''Yeah, but Daddy says I''m the best at-it .''
Marcia Brady (Christine Taylor) and Doug (Shane Conrad) in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995): - Marcia: ''Doug, I think I just felt your tongue in my mouth .'' - Doug: ''It''s called a French-kiss .'' - Marcia: ''But I thought you were from Nebraska!''
Frank Musso (Joe Mantegna) about Norma Jean (Cassidy Rae) in National Lampoon''s Favorite Deadly Sins (1995): ''She was the only woman I ever met who could French-kiss through bulletproof glass.''
Quentin Hapsburg (Robert Goulet) and Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) in Naked Gun 2 . The Smell of Fear (1991): - Quentin: ''Que sera, sera. You do speak-French , don''t you?'' - Drebin: ''Unfortunately, no . But I do kiss that-way .''
Rachel (Liza D''Agostino) and Loretta (Nancy Allison Wolfe) in Bar Girls (1994): - Rachel: ''Do you think I''m gay?'' - Loretta: ''What do you mean?'' - Rachel: ''Well, how do you know for sure?'' - Loretta: ''You just know that''s all. It''s like being French . Either you are or you''re not.''
Rachel (Liza D''Agostino) and Loretta (Nancy Allison Wolfe) in Bar Girls (1994): - Rachel: ''Do you think I''m gay?'' - Loretta: ''What do you mean?'' - Rachel: ''Well, how do you know for sure?'' - Loretta: ''You just know that''s all. It''s like being French . Either you are or you''re not.''
Kate (Meg Ryan) and Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Kate: ''Do you believe in-love , the kind that lasts forever?'' - Luc: ''I loved my mother .'' - Kate: ''Everybody loves their mother . Even people who hate their mother love their mother .''
Kate (Meg Ryan) and Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Kate: ''Do you believe in-love , the kind that lasts forever?'' - Luc: ''I loved my mother .'' - Kate: ''Everybody loves their mother . Even people who hate their mother love their mother .''
David Hirsh (Frank Sinatra) snuggling close to Gwen French (Martha Hyer) in Some Came Running (1958): - David:'That smells good. What is it?' - Gwen:'It's bug repellent. Do you like it?'
Soviet envoy Lena Yakushova 'Ninotchka' (Greta Garbo) to French Count Leon Bressart (Melvyn Douglas) in Ninotchka (1939): 'Love is a romantic designation for a most ordinary, biological, or shall we say chemical, process. A lot of nonsense is talked and written about it .'
French author Franois Rabelais (1494-1553) (Translation by Sir Thomas Urquhart, 1653): ''These two did often do-the-two-backed-beast together in so far that at last she became great-with-child .''
Kate (Meg Ryan) and Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Luc: ''You were how old when you lost it?'' - Kate: ''It? What it?'' - Luc: ''You know , it . It. Your flower .''-- Kate: ''My flower?''
The Protestant in Monty Python''s The Meaning of Life (1983): ''I can wear anything I want on my John-Thomas ... I can wear French-ticklers if I want.''
Charles Panati. Sexy Origins and Intimate Things (1998): ''Seldom do men and women equally embrace a fashion trend, and when they do the mutual enthusiasm lasts only briefly. The opposite-sexes like being opposites in as many ways as possible. When French and Italian men began to be turned-on to the female leg in decorative high heels, they did not like to see the same erotic footwear on the feet of men. All but a few men stopped wearing high heels, which went from being a mans standard footwear to one of his favorite sexual fetishes. ''
Kate (Meg Ryan), whose bags were stolen by a conman at the George V hotel, and Frenchman Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Kate: ''All men are bastards!'' - Luc: ''Not all. I mean, some are just trying to help.'' - Kate: ''You know , I never thought I''d be the kind of woman to say this, but all men are bastards. '' - Luc: ''The guy who was talking to you, he was....'' - Kate: ''A bastard . A Euro-trash in Armani-kind of bastard .'' - Luc: ''He was wearing a black suit with a yellow shirt?'' - Kate: ''Yeah. You know him? Of course you know him. All you bastards know each other. Bastards!''
Kate (Meg Ryan), whose bags were stolen by a conman at the George V hotel, and Frenchman Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Kate: ''All men are bastards!'' - Luc: ''Not all. I mean, some are just trying to help.'' - Kate: ''You know , I never thought I''d be the kind of woman to say this, but all men are bastards. '' - Luc: ''The guy who was talking to you, he was....'' - Kate: ''A bastard . A Euro-trash in Armani-kind of bastard .'' - Luc: ''He was wearing a black suit with a yellow shirt?'' - Kate: ''Yeah. You know him? Of course you know him. All you bastards know each other. Bastards!''
Kate (Meg Ryan) and Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Luc: ''You were how old when you lost it?'' - Kate: ''It? What it?'' - Luc: ''You know , it . It. Your flower .'' - Kate: ''My flower? Oh! My flower is none of your business .'' - Luc: ''I ask you because, you know , some people they rush toward the fatal moment, the body''s bursting to discover. Others they guard it like some precious gift and they wait, and wait, and wait.'' - Kate: ''You, I-suppose , rushed.'' - Luc: ''Like a bull .'' - Kate: ''Yeah, I have a picture in my mind. It''s very clear.''
Kate (Meg Ryan) and Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Luc: ''You were how old when you lost it?'' - Kate: ''It? What it?'' - Luc: ''You know , it . It. Your flower .'' - Kate: ''My flower? Oh! My flower is none of your business .'' - Luc: ''I ask you because, you know , some people they rush toward the fatal moment, the body''s bursting to discover. Others they guard it like some precious gift and they wait, and wait, and wait.'' - Kate: ''You, I-suppose , rushed.'' - Luc: ''Like a bull .'' - Kate: ''Yeah, I have a picture in my mind. It''s very clear.''
Amanda Bonner (Katharine Hepburn) and husband Adam (Spencer Tracy) in Adam's Rib (1949): - Amanda : 'There is no difference between the sexes. Men, women, the same.' - Adam : 'They are, hum?' - Amanda : 'Well, maybe there is a difference but it's a little difference.' - Adam : 'Well you know what the French say.' - Amanda : 'What do they say?' - Adam : 'Vive la diffrence.' - Amanda : 'Which means?' - Adam : 'Which means: Hooray for that little difference.'


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