(n.) One of Russian nationality, extended sometimes to include former soviet union states such as the Ukraine
Contrary to what some people think, the word 'ruskie' or 'rusky' was not coined during the cold war, but the crimean war in which the Ottomans fought Russia, later joined by France and the United Kingdom.
Fun fact: The Crimean campaign was the only war France won in the 19th century; the beggining of the french military victories joke
Also "The Beast". Not to be confused with Satan, the anti-christ will be identified by a birthmark of number 666.
"Woe to you, Oh Earth and Sea, for the Devil sends thebeast with wrath because he knows the time is short...
Let him who hath understanding reckon the number of the beast for it is a human number, its' number is Six hundred and sixty six."
coucher= to sleep
*it should be noted that ce soir can be better translated as 'tonight'
Due to the directness of this phrase, it will never work on females. You might as well say 'baise-moi' (fuck me). Usually, this is said by americans on trips to europe who aren't used to handling any beverage with more than 0.2% alcohol
B: you're drunk, leave me alone
A: voulez-vous couch...
*kick in the balls*