January 21st 2010 7:39 pm
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Lexie wrote that up there. She said it means "I ate some bread" in French. But I did! I ate some bread in French just now! I had to come right back on here and tell you that.
See Dad has a friend (I know - can you beleeve that?) who was just in Paris, France last week. The friend came back and brought Dad something called a baseball bat, or as the French say, une baguette. Dad said it was not for real manger-ing, or eating, cuz it was old and crusty, even crustier than the French people usually eat. But it wasn't green yet or nuthin' so I took if off the table and took a bite. Pretty darn good! Those French sure make good baseball bats. Yummy!
Now Dad's souvenir (I think that's a French word, too) is in the garbage (yet another French word - gar-bage) cuz he said he couldn't keep it anymore wif my salivariness on it and I couldn't eat it cuz it might be full of old French mold by now. They eat fancy French mold, like champions (mushrooms) or champingions or championonions or something like that. I dunno, but it's fungus among us any way you spell it. Totally delishchew!
Wow, I learned French today! I thought you had mange and it hurt. I am glad you are ok.
Ernie are so impressed with your cultures Buddy. That sisfur of yours always be giving you the bad rapper, but LEXIE were not the one broadening herses horizons and sampling the cooolinarry deelights from around the world!
Bon Appa teetoes!!! Them Frenchies say the funniest things!!! ARRROOOROOOOROOO!
Buddy, the next time you get to snatch that fancy French
bread stuffy, run, run, run and hide it behind something and then you can snack on it when you want!