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"We've thought and thought, but we're at a loss about what to call ourselves. Any ideas?"
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The First Commandment Of Euro-Diplomacy:Thou Shalt Not Parley Without Bottled Water
"Oh, how very French."
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"Two months in France and Spain gave me the courage to smoke again."
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"You've got someone's shirt caught on your left horn."
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Suddenly a delightful Continental custom is sweeping America!
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"The Lowells sent us a postcard from the South of France - as if we'd give a damn."
"They are nice falls, aren't they? I've always hoped someone would discover them."
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"I'm going to run away and join the circus. Not one of those big, tacky ones—something more European and intimate."
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The Euro-Trash Trashcan
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"Italy just bought France."
"How can Greece be doing so badly? Everyone I know is eating Greek yogurt."
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"He moved to Berlin to pursue something creative he would be bad at here."
"How come I never see any tired and cranky Europeans?"
A typical gesture of Merkel.
"I feel like I got a lot accomplished today."
"We'll always hate Paris."
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"You're right. It does send a powerful message."
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Euro-zone crisis: China to the rescue?
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"I hear we've just been granted most-favored-nation status."
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"Crazy bastard thinks he's Napoleon."
"I don't know about you, but I come to the Hamptons to relax."
"Perhaps we'd be more likely to reach an agreement if the British delegate would stop shouting 'Deal or no deal' all the time."
'Just what I didn't want... chocolate euros!'