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Baby Blague #2 – French Joke

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Qu’est ce qu’un steak derrière un mur ? (What do you call a steak behind a wall?)

Un steak caché !

This joke is a pun on the French words haché and caché. The former, which translates as “minced” or “ground” in English, is a way in which steak is commonly served in France. However, caché means “hidden” in English, which explains why a steak behind a wall is caché!

LES BABY BLAGUES

Baby blagues are a collection of jokes chosen by Babylangues. The jokes are inspired by Les Blagues Carambar – jokes traditionally found in the wrappers of French Carambar sweets. These have now become particularly famous as bad, childish jokes. However they still make the French laugh!

This is an example of a Baby blague: Ce matin, j’ai voulu faire une blague sur le Super U, mais elle n’a pas Supermarché !

Not to worry: we have come up with our own ones that are easy to understand, so that they will not be all that bad! We have decided to explore French jokes a little more and found that they are often orientated around a product of language. So, each joke will not only brighten your day but also improve your understanding of the French language.

For more French blagues, click HERE.

Steack hach