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Excuse My French


Excuse My French - sorry about my bad language; sorry about cursing

  • Ms Jenni excuse my French. I did not know you heard.
  • My father always says excuse my French.
  • I think you should excuse your French. I don't like you talking to me like that.
  • Please, excuse my French. I am in a bad mood.
  • Do you ever have to excuse your French?
  • My little sister heard me curse, now I have to teach her to excuse her French.

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