Today’s bédé comes from Ben at Macadam Valley:
J’ai su /jay s’ewe/ is the past tense from savoir /savwar/ (to know) and means I knew.
La bonne /lah bonn/ , “the good” , actually means “the One”.
Nos regards: le regard /luh rgar/ is the action of looking (a look, a glance, a gaze).
se croiser /scrwa zay/ is to cross each other.
This is a pun on the expression “Nos regards se sont croisés” , which translates as “Our eyes met”, but which literally reads as “Our eyes crossed with one another”. In this case these people are both already crossed-eyed (ils louchent /eel loosh/).