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5 definitions by Michael M. Cooper

 
1.
What real Parisian anglophones call what the French consider to be the World's Most Beautiful Avenue, otherwise known as "Les Champs Elysees".

The Champs a Sleazy is a place tourists never want to miss when they visit Paris because it seems to represent everything that's really French. It's crowded and dirty. There are expensive shops everywhere that no one can afford, mysterious offices and apartments that only sex fiends would live in, fast food restaurants of all descriptions and most unknown to Americans, you can't heard yourself speak, it's sometimes fatally dangerous, and it leads from the monument to Napoleon, France's greatest and of course ultimately defeated dictator, to the even more ignominous Place de la Concorde, which of course has seen some of the most repugnant bloodshed in history, notably the regicidal beheadings of Louis the XVI, Marie-Antoinette and countless other victims.
"Thank God for the Champs a Sleazy. If it weren't there, Paris would be even more unlivable!"

"I wanna go to the Champs a Sleazy and jam scam some Russian tourist girls."
by Michael M. Cooper September 14, 2007
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2.
Raison de quack quack is inspired by the raison d'etre ... For ducks that would be, to be is to quack. For humans, to be is to ... quack like a duck? Or something else? (1) Being horny and (2) in the mood for a good time.
Queef really liked his women. He definitely had ze raison de quack quack.

"Do you have ze 'raison de quack quack'?", she asked, pulling down his zip.
by Michael M. Cooper September 26, 2006
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3.
jam scam

From jam |jam| + scam |skam|

When a scam, a dishonest scheme or fraud, is squeezed or packed tightly into a specified space at best slightly too small to contain it, as well as the attendant effects of said squeezing, packaging, etc.

A scam to the second or greater degree(s).

A Jam Scam is when several scammers collide at crossed purposes, or when the scammer gets scammed, or both.

"Mmmmm!, I jam scammed her ass!"

"I'm going to jam scam the lot of them; I'll hit them so hard they won't even know they've been jam scammed."

"I wuz f*&king jam scammed!" said the casino owner.

"Are you jam scamming me?" he pleadingly questioned the disappearing heels of the until quite recently celibate Go Go dancer, suddenly answering her boyfriend's call, even suddenlier (sic) leaving to meet him.

"Everywhere I look, it's a jam scam", said the Knight to the Bishop.

Getting f*&ked, royally.
by Michael M. Cooper September 14, 2007
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4.
(1) A common franglais appellation for the famous Parisian university, La Sorebonne.

(2) A bone that has been used, overused, abused.

(3) An exboner.

"I was studying at the Sore Bone" but did I get laid?

"Not tonight, Darling", he said to his wife, "I've had a hard day I mean a sore bone from the office".

"Be patient: I've got a sore bone."
by Michael M. Cooper September 14, 2007
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5.
"The Awful Tower" is the appellation most commonly used by a certain variety of Parisian anglophones to refer to that most ominous quadripedal cast iron cast-off space ship masquerading as the City's and even the Country's most famous tourist attraction.

Also known as "Ze Awful Tow(z)er"
"Where are we going to take the relatives from Ohio?" Petit Louis asked he brother Toto. "Oh, I know, let's drive them down the Champs a Sleazy, then over to the Sore Bone, and then we can finish up at the Awful Tower."
by Michael M. Cooper September 14, 2007
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