Les mains sales

by Jean-Paul Sartre | Plays & Scripts | This book has not been rated.
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Registered by Lytteltonwitch of Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on 3/23/2004
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Journal Entry 1 by Lytteltonwitch from Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Tuesday, March 23, 2004
well known french author and it is written in french

Journal Entry 2 by MrPloppy from Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Saturday, October 23, 2004
Avez-vous un chapeau?


Ahhh ... the existentialism of head-coverage. Rescued from Lytteltonwitch who was about to sell it onto the Legendary Brigade of Demonic Bolivian Aspidistra Salesmen or as they like to be known the LBODBAS (which oddly enough is SABDOBL backwards) ... who if they got their demonic and strangely lemony hands onto it would have used it to open a portal to a parallel dimension and flood the world with 27000 Norman Wisdom impersonators.

So it was kind of a happy coincidence that i was in the area and that i just happened to accidentally disarm them with my uncanny Norman Wisdom impersonation and save the world from a fate worse than marmite.

Oh and this is a play or something by Jean Paul-Satre (yep ... Mr Grumpy-boots himself) in the original language that he spoke or something (note: this book does not feature any Norman Wisdom impersonators and so is safe for anyone to use under the age of 7).

Le frigidaire.

Journal Entry 3 by futurecat from Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Sunday, October 1, 2006
MrPloppy finally decided he wasn't going to be able to read a play written in French , even if it is written by Satre, and gave this to me to release.

^ ^

Un gato con un gateau (sorry, that's Spanish, isn't it?)

Released 17 yrs ago (10/1/2006 UTC) at University of Canterbury, Modern Languages in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand



On the table of brochures outside the French Department.

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