Ma vie en France
Wow!!! What great pictures! Did you get me a lemon tarte - it looks so good!
When you'll see the prices, you won't be drooling anymore.But I confirm, the pâtisseries are awesome there...And Leesa, I'm glad to see you're finally getting out of Crapbucks and visiting other parts of town. ;-)
David--- Oki... I'll have to check out the prices now and see what you are talking about... It wouldn't prevent me from drooling... I have never had anything from there... I just admired from afar... By the way, I took a BUNCH of pics which had some problems during uploading so I LOST 85% of them.... Drat.. Oh well, I'm going to have to go back and take some more pics... I'll post it next... Leese
Hi Leesa~Thank you for the caution warning, because if you hadn't warned me...I might have FAINTED!!HOLY MOLY!Those eclairs sort of look like a PHALLIC symbol, don't they?HAHAHHAHAHA!I don't know how you live there and NOT become DIABETIC!X
Leesa: They all cost around 3-4€, way too expensive in my opinion. But pâtisseries are expensive almost everywhere in Paris for some reason.Ron: No, éclairs are not phallic symbols, they are pastry symbols. What's up with you Americans with seeing phallic symbols in every elongated form you encounter?
Hi Ron!!You make me laugh!! Thanks for that!! YES... phallic symbols are great, aren't they?! They make us horny! That way we can enjoy our fine tasting and expensive French pastry in a whole new way! I was thinking that the dômes look like a boob, in fact. Ron, I'm glad to see you are such a visual person! Enjoy!David.... YES!! We Americans are both over-sexed AND Puritanical, strange, eh?! Anyhow, I think that Ron was being humourous in his comment... Maybe we American's have stuff like that in our mind, but HEY --- That's perfectly okay!Have a nice weekend...
Being puritan and over-sexed totally makes sense. The more you repress something, the more you obsess about it.Now, yeah, I guess Ron was being humorous, but still you don't know how many times I've heard Americans say that humorously or not. Actually, almost every single time I'm seeing an elongated form in the presence of an American I hear this.Also, "phallic" as technically nothing to do with sex, it's more about masculinity and/or male domination. Hence the fact that feminists use the word constantly (maybe I know too many feminists, that's why I hear it all the time)
David, I strongly suggest you go check out Ron's blog so you can see what his humor is all about... He's got a great and wild sense of humor! Anyhow... when I hear the word 'phallic' I immediately think of the word 'penis'- so an elongated eclair fits the image... Maybe we Americans are too predictable, if you have been around so many that say the same thing!! Hmmmmmm...
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