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Best french word ever!
I'd like it better with no exclamation, but great shirt due to a great french word.
probably my favorite french word. next to champignon.
Yay! My second-favorite French word. After "ananas"
I'd like to see it on black or grey, but I love the word and design.
Ooh, similar to my favorite german word: Pampelmuse.
^pamplemousse isnt cantaloupe lol^
really like this especially because i once drew a poster that read the words pamplemouss!
i would definitely wear this
i agree that u should get rid of the !
I used to think pamplemousse was a cantelope too. We must have had the same french book with the same cruddy illustration.
This is my all-time favorite french word so this shirt gets a 5 from me on that basis alone.
it's means grapefruit, right? or orange? tangerine? citrus fruit in general?? ....i took spanish not french :)
what about pneu?... (tire)
Pamplemousse is my favorite French word too! I must have this!
My 2nd favorite French word is "grenouille."
This could be the start of a whole range of tshirts with funny foreign words
This is awesome...5, mostly because my cat's name is Pamplemousse.
i'm surprised no one's mentioned parapluie yet...
but anyway, i love the grapefruits. not the text. if i'd wear this, i know there'd be a ton of immature underclassmen who don't even know any french running around laughing and pronouncing it wrong and making fun of french people.
awesome shirt with awesome colors!
ivywillow: my french teacher sang a great song about frogs
(sung to its raining its pouring)
il pleut, il mouille
c'est la fete de la grenouille
please please please let this be printed.
its amazing in every way shape and form.
wow i was going to say best french word ever, but i was totally beaten!!
what about phoque? said like fuck but means seal.
i agree with the great word... is that what it means? me and my friends think the best!...maybe not the best but the funniest is cheese or cucumber!!
say cheese, like really say it...trust me its funny
R'son-W: 'ananas' is originally from arabic :)
Most definitely one of my favorite French words! $5!
I love it!!
haha simply cute
I love how you did this... is it a vexel? I forget what it's called... but I love how the image is.
I think I like the design, just not the color that the shirt's on.
Someone's been watching Scrubs...
i like klaxon and ouais, but this one definately shows up when im listing my favorites. are there any other font options for the text?
j'aime ton design... $
how do you pronounce this?
but like, when i first see this, seeing on a girl's chest, would make me associate it with like, their boobs or something.
so it's like...i don't know, but that's my one major turn off for me. like if it was on the bottom corner or something i would deffinately buy it.
Very ample pamplemousse
avalanche_lily- The last time you were in french?
I would like it without the exclamation mark.
meels: thank you for that!
I second the idea of making a series of shirts with fantastic words on them. "Oeuf" springs to mind... (My 3rd favorite French word.)
how do you say it??? im seeing
pample (like ample breasts)
and mousse like hair mousse or chocolate mousse or look at that big moose?
Pamplemousse was probably one of the first French words I ever learned, & is one of my favorites! I also love "oublier" & "raplapla"
I slightly don't understand it, which is why I love it so much.
its pronounced POMP ull moose
oh, and what does raplapla mean?
has been my favourite word since i learnt it. love how it looks on the light grey though.
I love it! (ou je l'aime!) I've always been a fan of "parapluie," myself. This shirt would be a great addition to this French major's wardrobe :-)
I love this shirt a lot, but the font of the text bugs me a little. Is there any way you could make it curve around the grapefruit halves? The fruit is so gorgeous and styled and round, and the font seems to clash. Do that, and I'll buy it in a heartbeat.
Someone should do "Ausfarht",
I thought it was the most popular city name in Germany because I kept seeing signs for it on the Autobahn.
It means "Exit" in German.
While the artwork is good, and I agree that it's a good word, it's not really inspired. I could just as easily do one in spanish with a jar of peanut butter with the text "Mantequilla de cacahuate".
hehe I like it alot 5
no...pamplemousse is definately grapefruit, not cantaloupe