the origin of the term french toast comes from world war 1. The story goes like this: A french soldier was looting a house near the trenches. he found some eggs and several slices of bread, which he put in his pocket. As he was walking back to his post, a German patrol ambushed him. during the fracas, the soldier fell on his pocket, breaking the eggs on the bread, and then was promptly roasted by a flamethrower. A British patrol found his body, complete with "french toast" in his pocket. The name has stuck ever since.
Hey, did you see that French guy who attempted to light himself on fire in protest?
Yeah, he turned into real french toast.
Slang for fuck. First used in a forum
editing war by moderators. Speculation still remains as to who first used it.
That was frenchtoasting awesome!
Stop frenchtoasting editing my post!
A food that, contrary to popular belief, is not called "toast by the french. It's called lost bread.
Frenchman: Would you like some lost bread?
American: You mean french toast?
1) An easy Breakfast to make.
2) Joan of Arc
I like French Toast.
A sexual act when a man ejaculates on their partner's stomach, and immediately flips over the partner and burns them.
"Why does she have a burn mark on her back?"
"Cause I french toasted her last night"
Egging someone else's property, usually a car, then covering it with slices of bread, and leaving it in the sun. The sun cooks the eggs, baking the bread and ruining the car. Hence, french toast.
The Principal gave me detention the other day, so me and Pablo French Toasted his car.
A simple concoction of bread, eggs, and milk. Dates back as far as Medieval Times.
It's also some how magically related to Asians.
A nasty person who resembles french toast... usually has the following attributes: greasy hair-syrup, bad smelling-burnt eggs, baby powder in hair to try to cover up the grease-powdered sugar. May also be a mysterious whore-nobody knows where it came from and is everywhere.
Man: Hey did you see that Kaitlyn smith chick?
Woman: Yeah she's a real french toast.
Man: Hey, your right!