Tuesday, 19 June 2007

Adelaide: the Paris of the South

Les filles aiment regarder les hommes qui portent des uniformes, de la même mode que les hommes aiment regarder des femmes ?
Ici, en notre ville, nous pouvons fournir tout ce qu'une jeune dame désire. Nous avons des facteurs, des policiers, des pompiers et des ouvriers de route. Ils tous portent les uniformes très sexy. Aujourd'hui ces jeunes hommes vous encouragent à visiter Adelaïde et laissent vos yeux tourner autour.
Adelaïde : Paris des Sud ! !

Girls love to look at men wearing uniforms in the same fashion as men love to look at women?
Here, in our town, we can supply anything that a young lady desires. We have Postmen, Policemen, Firemen and Road Workers. They all wear very sexy uniforms. Today these young men encourage you to visit Adelaide and let your eyes spin around.
Adelaide: the Paris of the South !!


Nathalie in Sydney said...

Oooh, so yo found out about my secret fantasy about sexy Aussie men in shorts? How embarrassing!

Just love them!

M.Benaut said...

Oui Nathalie, je l'ai toujours su. Je vous taquinais simplement et vous causais une longue attente. Il est temps pour voir les jambes de jolies filles à Sydney, maintenant.

Anonymous said...

the cop kinda looks like darth vader at a mardi gras.

M.Benaut said...

We all look a bit like that Kate !!

Anonymous said...

i do this morning!

Terroni said...

That's funny...we call Cleveland the Paris of Ohio.

c'est moi said...

M. Benaut,

I;m sorry I have taken so long to get back to you. I am in the middle of a move and job change. Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog. We do indeed have long days here at the present time. Kuujjuaq is pronounced Koo-jew-whack.

I'm going to have to pop back around to figure out how a Frenchman ended up living down under when I am settled!

Anonymous said...

Thats why we call it the luckey country c'est moi, because M.Benaut decided to stay.

M.Benaut said...

You are too too kind. Australia must always remain the lucky Country. It's our trademark, ain't it ?

C'est moi,
Monsieur, Welcome to Adelaide, Sunny South Australia. Except it's damn freezing here at the moment. It got down to 34 F the other night, nearly as low as you get 58 degrees north of the equator. Today, or is it Thursday, it will be the shortest day of the year and winter has hit with more of a vengeance than we are accustomed to. We have had a summer of unusually high temps. Up to 42 C and now it has swung to the opposite extreme.
I assume that your job change is the one that has taken you to Kuujjuaq and that it includes the move you speak about. Good luck with all your adjusting to the new lifestyle and do keep informing us foreigners of daily life in your New Metropolis. You are about the most remote person that I know and apart from the climate which is so cold there, your circumstances resemble the Australian "outback", of which we have about 3 million square miles.
After you pop backaround and do some figuring, we will see who is the more French; vous ou moi !!!

I reckon that there would be as much French spoken in Cleveland as there is in Adelaide. Approximately zilch ??? n'est-ce pas?

Terroni said...

You reckon right.