swear like sailors...
Swear like a trooper is the phrase you're looking for there.
I don't know how you say it in English
Whaaaaat??? Mais non! Quelle horreur! Mais c'est impossible, c'est incroyable!!!
I think you'll find that the genealogical term 'a family of great antiquity' would fit the bill there.
there is so much ignorance in PF
leaving for work
Yes, how the mighty have fallen. The impoverished scion of the aristocracy obliged to use her meagre language skills, the only weapon a 'lady' has with which to fight this cruel world. Do you have a washer/drier and a decent ironing board? You could always do an executive laundry service from home. At least it's clean, dry and warm, which is more than can be said for many jobs.
With emphasis of course on the executive
, wot wif 'er bein' a great lady an' all..........
Anyway back to the topic. My husband's granny who is 90ish won't use the ty form with anyone other than blood family. One of her son-in-laws made the fatal error of dropping the Pani on Christmas Day in the heat of the festive moment..........not a happy ending.