I see London, I see France

I see London, I see France

Used to indicate humorously that one is able to see someone's underpants. A shortening of the childish rhyme "I see London, I see France, I see (someone's) underpants!" I bent over to pick up the pencil, and someone crowed behind me, "I see London, I see France!" A: "Ha ha! I see London, I see France!" B: "Oh, grow up, Jerry. So my underwear was showing, big deal."
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