Saturday, July 16, 2011

Le panier de French plums

Ha!  Summer goodness!



Since there is no "where is Waldoniel" this year (sorry AIO) maybe we can have a prize for whomever can identify the three fruits in French and in English.  A big smooch if you manage both (PS: "plums" is not enough...)  And yes, what you see in the background is low tide, so yes, I am also into fishy stuff....

13 comments:

  1. Glenn1:44 AM

    Lemme guess
    Peach: La peche
    Plum: La Prune
    Pear: Le poire

    I'll pass on the smooch

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  2. Glenn1:46 AM

    I think I made a mistake and the large one is apricot, abricot

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  3. glenn

    you only got one. you need to give the specific names of the type of fruit. no smooch for you.

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  4. Anonymous5:47 AM

    Abricot -apricot
    Prune Reine Claude- Greengage
    Prune Mirabelle-Mirabelle plum


    Enjoy your stay,
    Claco

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  5. Anonymous6:31 AM

    J'allais dire abricots, prunes, mais je ne distingue pas les autres. Anonyme qui m'a précédé a sans doute raison: des mirabelles. Mais comme cela fait bien cinquante ans que, expatrié, je n'en vois pas... Anonymous avant moi a gagné!

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  6. claco

    you win. whenever we meet i'll smooch you :)

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  7. RabbiBulla7:04 AM

    Lovely, just to look at and breathe in the environment.
    Daniel, I was thinking (oh,no -ha)
    -where do most Venezuelans go?
    Being involved in tourism some, I urged Venezuelans recently to visit Chile-for example.Noone interested. I even urged my nephew-studying accounting-to apply there.No.
    Anyway, certainly mostVenezuelans visit US-Disney, (and I suppose most Venezuelan ex-pats live in Florida)-maybe this is why Chavez really hates US so much-he has to compete with Mickey-haha.
    And,without Minnie...

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  8. Funny, I just was at the supermarket and saw them all. I was not sure about buying some because I am not familiar with them, I may try. Which prume is the sweetest?

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  9. Kepler

    Mirabelle is sweater. Reine Claude is kind of an acquiered faste.

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  10. Anonymous6:46 AM

    «Mirabelle is sweater. Reine Claude is kind of an acquiered faste.»

    Sweater? Acquiered? Faste?

    Daniel, you've been drinking too much mirabelle!

    Comme Joseph, tiens:

    Joseph absorba coup sur coup trois verres de mirabelle des Vosges (Duhamel, Passion J. Pasquier, 1945, p.186).

    (Source: http://www.cnrtl.fr/definition/mirabelle)

    Frogguy

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  11. Anonymous10:57 AM

    Ma tante dit:
    abricots, des prunes reine claude et des mirabelles.
    Mercedes

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  12. Haha! This works just fine for me, thanks. Wouldn't mind being there at all.

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  13. RabbiBulla4:45 PM

    This picture reminds me of a quote
    by Karl Lagerfeld-
    “What I hate most in life are people who are not really the peach of the day but who want to be young and sexy. You can fool nobody. There is a moment when you have to accept that somebody else is younger and fresher and hotter. Life is not a beauty contest.”

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