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How to Say Fabulous! in 8 Different Languages


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Honey, Let’s Go!
 
This hilarious handbook translates hundreds of outrageous phrases from English into Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Russian. There are sections on:
 
     •  Night Life: “Are there any gay bars around here?”
     •  Shopping: “Those shoes! I must have those shoes!”
     •  Opening Lines: “I am a flight attendant/choreographer/actor/owner of a greeting card store.”
     •  Dining Out: “You’ve had worse things in your mouth!”
     •  Parting Glances: “I never meant to hurt you.”
 
With How to Say “Fabulous!” in 8 Different Languages, you’ll always know how to speak the native tongue!

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Manufacturer:Quirk Books
Publisher:Quirk Books
Studio:Quirk Books
EAN:9781594740909
Item Weight:0.58 pounds
Item Size:0.77 x 6.6 x 6.6 inches
Package Weight:0.62 pounds
Package Size:4.17 x 0.87 x 0.87 inches

How to Say Fabulous! in 8 Different Languages by Quirk Books

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