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C'est pas mon délire*

* It is not my excitation

French France

Expression USED On Occasion BY Mostly young people

It is used to mean that something is not your taste, not your cup of tea or not what you usually like.

"Tu viens regarder le match avec nous ce soir ?" "Non merci, le foot, c'est pas mon délire."

"Are you coming to see the match with us tonight?" "No, thank you. Football is not my excitation."


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