July 16th, 2004
Bonjour! Je suis à Paris avec ma cheri dezzikitty qui a metté dans sa LJ plus meilleur que moi. Vous pouvez lire ses mots qui sont beaucoup plus meilleurs que mes.
La Belge était sympa et chouette mais j'ai été un des meilleurs Francophones qui était une petite problème comme vous pouvez voir - ma Française est "wobbly" au meilleur de temps. Bonjour Franglais!
J'ai un cold, hélas, mais tous les autres choses sont fantastiques, sans cette espece de merde keyboard. Le grrrrrr.
Amour à tous!
Current Mood: French
There was a thoroughly disgruntled café owner next to Jemelle train station (in Belgium) who was very unhappy when a party of about fifteen or so t00bs descended upon her establishment and demanded feeding and watering, in exchange for good money. The next day, I concluded that she may have been mortally offended because we did not greet her with a cheery round of Bonjour!s upon entry. Half a week later, I took into account the fact that there were in fact great big noisy pneumatic drills remodelling the train station much of the time less than twenty yards from her head, which is bound to put anyone into a poor mood.
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 07:19 am (UTC)|| |
says:Hello! I am in Paris with my cheri dezzikitty which metté in its LJ better than me. You can read its words which are much better than my. The Belgian was sympathetic and owl but j'ai be one of best Francophones who was small a problem as you can see - my Frenchwoman is "wobbly" with best of time. Hello Franglais! J'ai a cold, alas, but all the other things are fantastic, without this species of shit keyboard. The grrrrrr. Love with all!
I'd love to know who this wobbly Frenchwoman and the sympathetic Belgian owl are…
I, too, would like to know who this wobbly Frenchwoman is...
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 07:56 am (UTC)|| |
Hey, I'm a married man! ;-)
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 10:32 am (UTC)|| |
I love that: "species of shit." Let's see: There's floaty ones, sinky ones, soft ones, hard ones, runny ones, firm ones, etc . . . each has its own Latin name.
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 07:41 am (UTC)|| |
Oh, and there were lots of grammatical mistakes in that, but I'm sure you don't want people to start pointing them out. :-) It's just that for some bits it's quite hard to work out what you actually meant.
imc <--- who is definitely not an expert in français
Mmm - upon leaving the café, I realised that "ma cheri" ought to have been "ma cherie". Doubtless there are very many other errors as well.
My French truly is "wobbly", isn't it?
Tres bien, monsieur!
And, so not to offend the Flemish: Zeer goed , weledelgeboren heer!
I did find the Bruxellois (?) very accepting of my grammar-school French...
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 08:02 am (UTC)|| |
Ton francais est bon! >:D< Joyeuse que vous avez eu des bonnes vacances, et comment va mon copain? ;;)
Alors que LJ est une pute aujourd'hui, je parte!
*is just so excited that her woeful (wobbly?) understanding of French allows her to understand all of this!*
I'm much better at reading than writing, but j'esperes que tu sont avoir le bon temps. Or something. :))
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 08:12 am (UTC)|| |
*ltGomez Addams>Tish! That's French!</Gomez Addams>
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 08:47 am (UTC)|| |
No parleu voux Francais. Hablo ingles o espan~ol solamente. Lo siento. :-(
La Belge? LA BELGE??? It's LA BELGIQUE, as in ET FINALEMENT, POUR LA BELGIQUE - DOOOOOOZER PWAHNNNN!
Thinking about it, there's no good reason why you'd have heard the phrase any time recently. Belgians!
Un bon reason pour le phrase "La Belgique, douze points": "Sanomi".
Et un autre reason?, dit M Cible. Er, je passes.
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 02:17 pm (UTC)|| |
C'est l'etage pour un homme sensible a donner en haut
Je suis not that homme.
May 2003 isn't any time recently. Je win! (unlike Sanomi, annoyingly)
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 08:54 am (UTC)|| |
Awwww. *pinches cheeks*
Something something shit keyboard grrrr.
Je suis content de voir que vous avez le bons tempts!
|Date:||July 16th, 2004 05:37 pm (UTC)|| |
Tu n'as pas de cold -- t'es constipé! J'adore le français!