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2009-12-14 08:43:34
She'd pretty if you brought her to the 21st century make-up and clothes... our ideas of 'pretty' change with the times.
2009-12-13 22:00:09
Well, an old gal like the one in the photo might not look all that pretty in broad daylight, but if you were a guy and you'd been at sea for a few weeks and you were sittin' in a bar in Marseille or Brest and you were working on about your tenth beer and this lady sat down next to you, I can just about guarantee you would think she looked real pretty.
2009-12-13 21:08:56
Yes, in French, we usually use the word "boudin" with another meaning. "Un boudin" is like this young woman in this photo: a small woman, usually short and slightly plump, not too damn much, not too pretty ...
2009-12-13 08:27:25
Is there another meaning ? Is it naughty ? I don't recall the context in which I used the word but it was almost certainly in reference to the Cajun sausage that is a staple in the cuisine of Southern Louisiana... basically made from rice and pork liver, though since it's made by Cajuns there's no tellin' what else is in the stuff...crawfish boudin is one popular variation...among the many blessings in my life is that about fifteen blocks from my house there's a Cajun Barbecue joint that sells several types of boudin as well as gumbo, etouffee, jambalalya and tasso...uummmmm ! Am I not the most fortunate of fellows ?
2009-12-13 05:01:29
Never you answered : did you use the French word " boudin" about food, or with another meaning ? ;-)