-C'est quoi ton style de mec ?
-Un gars qui me supportera, qui se battra avec moi contre mes demons, qui m'aimera sans m'étouffer, qui me relèvera quand je tomberais. Un gars qui me fasse rire, qui me rende heureuse. Un gars avec si je me sentirais invincible
-Jte parlait physiquement
-Tu parlais d'amour non?
-Alors le physique n'a rien à voir la dedans.
Hey bande de quiches today I’m gonna be talking to you about all the stuff in the title bc hey I’ve lived in France for almost 13 years might as well share what I’ve learned. Are u ready I don’t think u are
Slt, cc, short for salut and coucou, they mean hi hey hiya
Mdr, ptdr: mort de rire, pété de rire, they mean lol, lmao
Qd: quand, when
Qqn: quelqu'un, someone
Qqchose: quelquechose, something
Pq or pk: pourquoi, why
Vs, ns: vous and nous: you plural and we
Tkt or tékaté: t'inquiètes ( don’t worry) the second one is used usually ironically
Tmtc: toi même tu sais, you too you know, used among friends as a way of returning a compliment (or roast) to someone, but informal so don’t use it with like a stranger who says they like your shirt
Pck, pcq, psq, psk, parce que: because, the first 2 are most common
Vrmt: vraiment, really
Srx, srse, sérieux(se) seriously
Pb: problème or problématique in a scholar environment
Ptn: putain, shit as an interjection
Nn, nan: non
Ps: pas, not
Jv: je vais, I’m going (to)
C: c'est, it is
T, tu es, t'es, you are
Qlq: quelque, some
Wsh, wesh: English equivalent of yas
I’m only going to include the ones people actually use bc I see posts of ones that are outdated and never used
Oseille, tune, dinero (actually Spanish): money
Daron(ne): dad or mum
Faire la gueule: to be mad
(Être) chaud: to be fire 🔥
Grave: either to emphasize, il est grave cool (he’s really cool) or used to bring something down, ce mec il est grave, it’s not really translatable but it’s used pejoratively
Gars: boy or boyfriend (context)
Beauf: (pejorative) someone who is a bit lame like boys with 5 panels and studded earrings, jeans around their ankles with air Jordan’s, and adjective for this is also Kevin, we say “il est un peu Kevin non?” And it means the same as beauf
This list will be completed later, also feel free to add anything
Insertion will be at 2200 local standard time with departure from passing container ship via zodiac watercraft. This will be a 72 hour mission. Team will cut engine once one mile out and then paddle to the north side of the island near “Pole Point” and come ashore setting up security and hiding the boat. Current estimates have local population at 30-60 people. Local infrastructure is wooden palm huts and sheltered pits into the ground. Local vegetation is thick single and double canopy jungle. Elevation is generally flat. with the highest point being 98 meters above sea level.
Team will recon the area just off the coast with a FLIR equipped drone to locate the local inhabitants. Team will then move into potion around the camp and attempt to locate the hostages, spending the next 24-36 hours gathering intelligence on movements and routines. The night of the third day if required intel levels are met, team will strike when there are the least amount of population awake, dispatching sentry’s with distance suppressed fire and retrieving the bodies if possible. Entry will be quick and quiet, only shooting if absolutely necessary. Non-lethal and diversion devices are to be used in a emergency capacity if team is compromised. Once HVTs are grabbed, team will extract to the zodiac and meet up with another passing container ship as scheduled.
Four man fire team with a team leader. All team members minus one will have LWRC IC-PSD with 10.5 .300BLK barrels installed. Geissle Super Select Fire triggers and SilencerCo Omega suppressors. Steiner DBAL-L2 LADs, Surefire M600 scouts with IR filters, and Aimpoint Micro T2s will also be installed. Magazines will be 40 round Magpul PMAGs in a coupler for 80 rounds on tap. Gorilla Ammunition’s Silverback subsonic 205 grain will be what is loaded into the gun and the two additional magazines worn on the belt-line. Sidearms will be Sig Sauer MK25s with 20 round Mec-Gar magazines loaded with Hornady 135 Flexlok Plus-P 9x19mm worn in Safariland ALS with a Surefire X300U attached. Only one pistol magazine will be carried and used as a last resort.
Last remaining member will have a SCAR17 suppressed with the same Omega suppressor. Hornady 164 grain TAP .308 Winchester ammunition in 20 round magazines. ATN Day/Thermal optic with Steiner DBAL for IR designation. Harris Bipod as well as a 45 degree RMR for close in work.
Team members will all wear US Armor level 3 stab vests and Ops-Core non-ballistic helmets. Helmets will be carrying PVS7 NODs, Streamlight IR lights, go-pro cameras, and M2000 strobes on the back. Multicam Tropic Crye pants/assault shirts will be worn with Solomon Forces GTX boots. HSGI battlebelts/suspenders will be worn to carry first line equipment. This includes two additional 40 round PMAGS, one RAT-5 knife, OMEGA-9suppressor for the MK25, IFAK, dump pouch, two M84 flashbang grenades, one M18 smoke grenade and specialty ammunition (either 12 guage shotshells or 40mm non-leathal grenades).
Special purpose weapons include two Benelli M1014 Short Barrel 12 Gauge Shotguns for breaching/diversion/CQC and two M320 General Purpose Grenade Launcher for breaching/diversion.
Fieldpacks will be Mystery Ranch Mountain Rucks loaded for a five day mission to give team extra capability incase HVTs are unable to located the first night or the situation turns south and extraction ship doesn’t arrive.
Food will consist of MREs and cold-water dehydrated meals such as Mountain-House’s chicken salad or granola with blueberries. Individual snack items such clif-bars/power bars will be left up to individual discretion. 10 liters of water will be carried by each member in two 3 liter bladders and four 1 liter bottles.
Additional clothing will be polypro silkskin base layers, four pairs of smartwool light crew hiker socks, two pairs of ex-officio boxers, shemagh, nomex flight gloves, multicam poncho, boonie hat, and a Mutlicam Tropic blouse.
Other individual equipment consists of various survival and mission equipment in various pouches/sacks. This includes, paracord, trip-wire, 100mph tape, electrical tape, zip-ties, extra batteries, weapons cleaning kits, binoculars, additional medical supplies (TQs/Quickclot/izzy bandages) signal mirror, VS17 signal panel, signal mirror, USGI casualty blanket, Kifaru Woobie, bug spray, bug netting, personal and field communications, GPS, multi-tool, knife sharpener, pen flare kit, wet suit, and emergency survival equipment.
Mission will be fast and light, minimize casualties and our presence on the island.