Pardon my non-French can be said after one uses a curse word in either polite company, or not-so-polite company. For curse words such as F-Bombs, The "S" Word, and Dam spelled differently are clearly not of French origin--unless you are saying Foutre, Merde, or Zut! Then, perhaps it will be appropriate to use the more conventional, "Pardon my French".
As Suzie is walking into her mother's toenail trimmer shop, she trips and sprains her pinkie finger. "Fuck all! That fucking hurts!" Said Suzie. "Suzie!" "Pardon my Non-French", mum, but that hurt like a motherfucker!"

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In contrast . . . Charlie is perusing the classical pornography gallery, when he stumbles into a display. His trundling clumsiness results in the shattered remnants of a 16th century Faberge didlo - imported from Queen Dinara's private and controversial collection. Upon seeing the previously proud display of faux manhood in shambles, Charlie immediately exclaimed: "Merde!" When he was frowned upon by a tiny old lady wearing rain boots, he promptly corrected himself. "Pardon my French. Der'mo!"
作者 Jessika Lynn Stone 2011年1月08日

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