| Fifi Bouvier Au Jus
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Fifi Bouvier Au Jus was a stubborn woman who lived during the 1940s. Her parents were Antoine and Françoise Bouvier. Her brother was Pépé Bouvier and her sisters were Monique, Lalique and Coquette Bouvier.
She is described as being a stubborn, cantankerous woman. She became a symbol of the French Resistance when she refused to move her Citroen out of the way as the Wehrmacht marched into Paris.
Behind the Laughter
"Au jus" is French for "with its own juice", but it's chiefly used as an idiomatic expression, meaning that someone is informed. It's possible "Au Jus" is just a title for Fifi Bouvier.