Pik & Croq' French cheese snack commercial 2012 (La Vache Qui Rit)





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Published on Feb 12, 2012

School's out, and the lucky calves will snack on "Pik & Croq'" (a Vache Qui Rit cheese snack). I have seen parents bring Pik & Croq' for their children when they get out of school, and the children like it

"Pik & Croq'" means poke and crunch. You poke the cracker stick into the soft cheese and eat it. "La vache qui rit" means "The cow that laughs". See the other video I posted for more information about "La vache qui rit" cheese.

Below are the lyrics in French and in English.

Pik & Croq' au goûter.
Ça nous plait, ça nous plait, ça nous plait, ça nous plait.
Les Pik & Croq' oh oui.
Ça nous donne trop envie.
Vache Qui Rit.

Pik & Croq' at snack time.
We like it; we like it; we like it; we like it.
The Pik & Croq's, oh yes.
It makes us want it so much.
Vache Qui Rit.

Subtitle translation:

For your health, avoid munching between meals.

For those of you studying French, the young children do finish school at 4:30 P.M. as shown in this commercial. They have school four days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday), and start at 8:30 A.M. On Wednesdays, most children have private activities (sports, music, dance, ...).

Four days per week may seem easy for some of you, but the children do start school at three years old (or even a few months younger), and they stay all day (with mattresses for naps). Also, many stay after school for "études", which is study time, until 6:00 P.M.

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