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French Toast, coated, nay coded

Posted by Emmanuela on November 4, 2000, at 23:12:53

In reply to Re: Another citizen straggles in S. Howard, posted by B Day on November 4, 2000, at 21:39:19

Mais oui, mais non? The shameful thoughts (a sign of a true Lumptonian) re: Spy was in fact a misnomer - the actual quote was given in response to a bleary, uninterested query, to wit: 'What's that?'. The answer was, and this is where the misinformation was slowly buzzed about, "S'pie", referring of course to something round with pecans and brown sugar throughout and on it. I mean, maintenant, does Emmanuela even sound like a French name? French toast does, as does fry and poodle, and even French kissing, but who can even be bothered with thinking about that, let alone actually engage one's tongue in any activity other than muttering, schlurping, or making unintelligible sounds while crying. And any rumour (note the British spelling?) that non-French Emmanuela was just this morning smiling and breathing deeply during a morning walk with a non-French dog, thinking happy, secure, sweet thoughts...may or may not, or as I'm fond of saying, mais non, be a True Rumour. And in response to the non-response of the thought-provoking sentence completion, here is a hint: One of the missing words is 'it'. Along with the triple creme brie studded with garlic, may I respectfully propose H.Dazs' 'Dulce con Leche'.


My chapeaux is off to the New Kingdom.


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