French language lesson

Shown below is the poster of a French VW aircooled meeting. Instead of the more common bug/bus use, they have chosen to picture a bug and 181. Ain't that nice of them? We can read the word 'cox'. This is an abbreviation of the French word 'coccinelle', which translated as ladybug in English. Beetle (UK), bug (US), käfer (D), cox (F)... insects all the way! So VWcapdagde maniacs, don't be offended when a frenchman makes a remark of your cox (unless you don't have a vw beetle).

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