Post you franglais name here

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by Kuffy, May 14, 2017.

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  1. Kuffy

    Kuffy Established Member

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    So here is something a bit different. Franglais is the misuse of an English/French combination
    I don't mean phrases like "moi aussi" - I am an Australian, but more common ones like " Le weekend".or "film noir".

    I've just registered LeFry.com - and I'm thinking of using it for my cordon noir cooking tips. :)
     
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    Bannen Don't say Huh? too much; pretend you understand. VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    LeChild.com is my only one. Guess it's a typo of the author Lee Child, but I liked the cute Franglais "Le Child" and thought it was stellar for branding, like kid's fashion or toys etc.
     
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    It is french plural type, i think it can work as brandable.
     
  4. FNet

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    Also in Greek. Plural.
     
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    Yes
     

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