Apr 3, 2008
Sometimes i speak frenglish. I don't mean to but it gets mixed up every once in a while — I guess that's what happens when you spend eleven years in the States and then move back to France with your American partner. We went to a farmer's market the other day and i unintentionally asked for a vegetable half in french - half in english that translated into something i dare anyone to ask for: i asked for "une beet"(a beet). In french that sounds like "une bite", which means DICK. I asked for a dick at the farmer's market!