The way he treats his body, you’d think he was renting. ~Robert Brault, robertbrault.com
This week they declared on French tv that French women are the slimmest in Europe. No I have no idea how they arrive at this statistic. On Friday morning two English and two French women meet for a coffee and a chat in Fougères. We sit in the sunshine admiring the beauty of the castle and chat. I was rather surprised that the very, very, slim French lady was on a "regime". She even had her diet sheet with her and questioned what some of the words were in English. Later I asked to look at this two week regime and thought it wasn't really that bad well maybe for a week, well maybe if you could have some wine with your meal, well maybe if.....
But what caught me eye was.....the addition of LIQUID PARRAFIN......quelle horror...I didn't even know they still sold it!
When we walked back up the hill from the castle to the town, I took this very confusing photograph. Can you spot the two fatties!
Two fat men
I hope that you dont need to stay at home for the wrong reasons today. LOL.
The French word for thin is mince, sounds more like mance.
The French slang word for blimey or blast is mince.
Etymology for the word diet.