This ends the Travolta update
Please look to your left (right if facing Travolta)
Royale with cheese... I hope I spelled that right
@Richard Hammond, Close enough. I tried learning French, ended up despising the fact that they only pronounce half of the word
@FunnyPics Waiter, the only languages I know are English and Spanish. In Spanish you pronounce most words the way they are written. Placing the accent properly is confusing too. To be honest, Castellano Spanish (Spanish spoke in Spain) is lot different than that spoken in the Central American portion of the world.
@Richard Hammond, True that. I'm on my last semester of college, rounding out a minor in Spanish
@FunnyPics Waiter, Congrats on getting through that!
I was born into a Mexican household in Texas so Spanish was my first language. Since I speak English fluently and without an accent, people think I'm just another white dude. Plus having a light completion and colored eyes sort of takes that a bit further...
@Richard Hammond, Sorry you didn't answer that in a what is format so you still lose points. (Don't look at me I didn't make the rules)
@Richard Hammond, its cause kilograms..
@FunnyPics Waiter, We are too lazy to pronounce the other half of the words :3
Do yourself a favor and read the categories of questions
This ones pretty cheesy
Does anyone know this
@Fat cow, yes
I really enjoy these memes
Do you know what they call the Hunger Games in France? They call it Battle Royale with cheese
@Sexy Homunculus, I get to see Hateful 8 in 70mm film tomorrow. F*ck Star Wars, (Yes I feel a little soiled myself saying that, now y'all better not get salty with me now) I'm infinitely more excited for H8. Still, day one Star Wars was pretty good.
If you were wondering what the real answer would be (no pulp fiction reference) it's a "Quart de livre avec fromage"
@ Agthar, I'm actually very tired and misunderstood the question, what I wrote is more of a translation than the actual term they use in France, which is Royal Cheese
Fun fact a quarter deluxe used to be called a big and tasty.
I was anticipating Dickbutt.