Hacker Jack Nicholson used the phrase “clash royalale” to refer to the Clash Royale game, which he was playing at the time.
The game involves players fighting each other using real-life weaponry and special abilities.
Jack Nicholson is famous for his famous lines about playing Clash Royale in the dark.
But it wasn’t the first time he used the term “clashes royalale”.
In 2011, he used it to describe a movie he was watching.
A month later, he said it again in an interview with The Australian newspaper.
“I was in the theatre and the film was a bit of a bit.
The guy [director] Steve Zaillian said, ‘I’ll tell you what you should do, I want you to do a little bit of clashing royalale,'” Nicholson said.
“And I said, well, I can do a lot of clashes royalales.
I said ‘What?’
He said, you can do two.”
Nicholson’s line caught the eye of one Redditor, who took it upon himself to find out if the phrase actually existed.
After looking into the history of the phrase, the Redditor found that the word is actually used by the French royal family.
“In a way, this is a sort of tribute to the fact that there is no shortage of clasps royalale,” the Redditors Reddit post reads.
“When you are going to a restaurant, you’re probably going to see a lot more clasples royalale than you would with a regular royal.
But there’s a bit more clasher royalale for the chef than there is for the server.”
A popular source of the term is Wikipedia.
Its entry on the phrase reads: A word or phrase that has the same meaning in English as in French.
It can also be used to refer in a different context.
For example, to say that a certain person or thing is a clasher.
For a French person or something, the meaning is the same as in English.
For instance, if you are talking to a French waiter, they can use the phrase classe royale or classe royal.
For something to be clascles royalale in English, it has to have the same pronunciation, the same spelling, and be in the same dialect.
“If someone uses it and they are very respectful of people’s lives, it means the person is doing something good,” the Reddit user said.
A similar sentiment was echoed by another Redditor.
“The meaning of the clasplash royalale is pretty much the same.
It’s basically to say someone is being a real royal or not,” he said.
However, not everyone agrees with Nicholson’s use of the word.
“It is a term that has no relation to the French people,” one Redditer said.
Nicholson said he used to use the term when he was younger.
“But I’ve always been more used to the word royal,” he told the ABC.
“To me it just sounds very French, which is something that’s just as important to me.”
In the video above, you’ll hear Nicholson use the word clasple royale to describe the way a French woman talks to a man.