Or is it 'la merde'? No wonder my French A-level was doomed.
Anyway, guess who, it's chavtastic 'we'll itemise your ticket price to show how much you pay for tax and for people with disabilities being given the same right to fly as everyone else, but not for the price of Michael O'Leary's tacky and tedious self-aggrandising publicity stunts' airline Ryanair, and look what's happened, they've got in trouble for one of their adverts. Whoops! Blimey, they really do keep getting into scrapes, don't they? Only yesterday they'd 'accidentally' got in hot water again.
The photo shows a thought bubble coming from Ms Bruni, saying: "With Ryanair, all my family can attend my wedding."
Ho fucking ho. But of course those jolly japesters didn't mean any harm:
"It was a humorous comment on a matter of great public interest," a Ryanair spokeswoman in Dublin told Reuters news agency.
Humorous? Fuck me, that's borderline at best. A matter of great public interest? Single man and single woman in 'have relationship with each other' shocker? Fuck off Ryanair. It's the same old shit: do something 'controversial' in an advert, get loads of publicity by getting in trouble, but pretend you didn't mean it to be controversial and really didn't want all that extra publicity. Just. Fuck. Off.
Of course, if the concept of free speech was one that was respected by Ryanair in all circumstances, they wouldn't be hypocrites. But when current and former employees want to have their say about the airline... all of a sudden, legal letters start zooming around, and they fail to see the funny side.
The ideal thing to do would be to ignore O'Leary and his horrible airline, of course, but seeing as the media can't help covering their cheeky escapades, I feel it's important that someone, somewhere, calls them a bunch of wankers. And that person is me.
Ryanair, you're a bunch of wankers.