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L'ours qui pète et qui rote

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FeatheredHeart Mon 10-Aug-09 22:41:08

Lyrics are here.

Anyone know what a prout-en-train is?

L'haricot de mouton?

And is champignon slang for fart?!

Claire2301 Tue 11-Aug-09 08:57:39

Champignon is Mushroom, moutons is sheep, haricots is bean, I have no idea what prout is! Never heard it. Sorry- that's not much help!

ZephirineDrouhin Tue 11-Aug-09 10:04:46

Have a look on wordreference - it's brilliant for translations.

Prout and pete both mean fart. Think prout-en-train must be a pun on boute-en-train which means live wire.

God only knows what a mutton bean signifies - I don't like to think. The French are so astonishingly scatological in their humour.

FeatheredHeart Tue 11-Aug-09 14:47:51

Thanks for these and for the translation link.

Yes, I also wondered if I didn't like to think Zephirine!

Mimile Fri 28-Aug-09 13:34:06

God - what a disgusting song! I'm shocked!
I'm french by the way, and some of the lyrics just don't make any sense to me, but quite vulgar altogether...

FeatheredHeart Sun 30-Aug-09 19:31:27

Anyone know if it is for children, or a spoof?

Othersideofthechannel Sun 06-Sep-09 05:59:15

Looks like this was written for 6 yr old boys.

Beans traditionally served with lamb roast.

frakkinpannikin Wed 09-Sep-09 15:28:54

Given that the song comes from bide-et-musique (some indication from the pun there!) I'm really not suprised at the level of toilet humour...

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