Olivier Martinez doing his best impersonation of a cartoon French person in West Hollywood. (October 7, 2013) -Photo: Fame/Flynet, Getty, INFphoto, Pacific Coast News, Splash News, WENN
A real caricature would be also wearing a blue striped shirt, a cravat, and a beret. The baguette does help, though.
After seeing what he did to Aubry’s face, I’m not making any cracks about this guy.
That is *not* how to pinch a loaf.
It would have been so easy to Photoshop a beret on him.
Or Scarlett Johansson tripping over the baguette.
in France there’s no bullshit plastic wrap tho…. fresh & good & ready!
“Haha, he thought you said, ‘Look at that little baguette.'”
No real Frenchman buys grated parmesan. Shame on him.
Thems is noodles.
When I first saw “Taken” and Liam Neeson was walking around Paris with a loaf of French bread, I thought it was just a ridiculous way to get the point across that he was in France and that nobody there does that. Well played, Liam Neeson. Well played.
How long until Halle kicks him to the curb and accuses him of being racist?
“I swear I am french! I lost my beret and my pencil mustache!
Officer: “We believe you. Can we have your name for our records?”
“Olivier Martinez….Please don’t send me to Mexico.”
“She just had the baby and I ran out of Viagra. I had to do sometheeng!”
“Halle said she wanted to give me some pain, so I decided to buy some myself.”
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