Napoleon God of War and God of L'amour - funnt tidbit

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Napoleon God of War and God of L'amour - funnt tidbit

Postby Kayaker » Sat Nov 19, 2011 5:02 am

When Napoleon was returnng from one of his campaigns from Austria he wrote a very
steamy letter to Josephine who he just recently married:

"Retour à la maison ne se baigne pas"! In "crude" tranlation - "Don't bathe unit I get home!"

I should have used that as my "quote" at the bottom of my posts! Boy is that some hot stuff! Vive L'empereur! :mtwisted:
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Re: Napoleon God of War and God of L'amour - funnt tidbit

Postby Lord Legless Lannes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:41 pm

"A kiss on the heart, and one lower down, much lower."

Sound strategy given Josephine's black rotting teeth. :mrgreen:
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