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    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Quote Originally Posted by stephanie413 View Post
    Exactly the same reaction as @mischa

    This is a definite no go in any English speaking country in my opinion.
    Me too... just fyi, when used in reference to a person, "douce" usually means gentle, when spelled with a C. If this was what they meant it would have been a nice sentiment back in the day. If its douse with an S, it means "to drensh"as in soak with lots of water... a bit weird for a name imo!
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