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What is this man saying in French? I know he's saying a French idiom, but I can't tell what he's saying.

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"Les clochards de la Seine" or "Les clochards de la scène"

  • And what does that mean? – Geremia Jan 30 '15 at 4:26
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    @Geremia It means tramps (homeless people) of the Seine (river) or of the scene (theater). Contrary to what the title of the video claims, this is not a proverb or idiom. It is a strange expression out of context. – Gilles 'SO nous est hostile' Jan 30 '15 at 6:08
  • @Gilles: Ah. The context, from where the video snippet was taken, was about what would happen to him if it weren't for his wife. ☺ – Geremia Jan 31 '15 at 2:11

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