How Long Does A Severed Head Remain Conscious?

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+1 1. sockcooker commented 4 years ago

He pronounces Guillotine as 'Gee-uh-teen' which is unusual for an English speaker, but I'm thinking - OK, so he's bilingual French/English. But.. then he goes and ruins it all by saying ParIS instead of Pareeee. Whoops!
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+2 2. buckleg08 commented 4 years ago

I dont know why this scared me more than scary movies or other stuff....It was just a topic. There was no pics, no violence...very creepy...8-)
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0 3. oleHashow commented 4 years ago

People with money get nice things even swift death. 1:07
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+1 4. Thanny commented 4 years ago

#1 It's not at all unusual in the US. We don't over-Anglicize foreign words to anything near the extent that people in the UK do.
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+1 5. sockcooker commented 4 years ago

#4 Just out of interest, how do 'you' pronounce guillotine and Paris?
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0 6. Thanny commented 4 years ago

#5 Closer to the French on the first, Anglicized on the second.
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-1 7. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

Very cool video. I was shocked to hear it was used as late as 1977 and on quite the deserving individual I might add (Hamida Djandoubi).
So it's just been recent that the French have become weenies. ;)