Wednesday, 1 August 2007

Une personne pourrait mourir, s'il oubliait de manger son petit déjeuner.



En mangeant le petit déjeuner avec des amis qui habitent à Vienne, il est nécessaire de manger un régime équilibré.
Nous devons avoir des betteraves, de la laitue, de la tomate et de l'abondance de la vitamine D.
Le dernier, est trouvé à la lumière du soleil qui est le plus nécessaire pour la bonne santé.
De temps en temps, un petit Bintang est également nécessaire, si pour détruire seulement toutes les vitamines.
La choucroute peut être mangée plus tard, quand le vent souffle plus fortement. Viva les Viennois !

"A bloke could keel over if he missed brekkie..."

When eating breakfast with friends who live in Vienna, it's necessary to eat a balanced diet.
We must have some beetroot, lettuce, tomato and plenty of vitamin D.
The latter, is found in the light of the sun which is most necessary for good health.
From time to time, a small Bintang is also necessary, if only to destroy all the vitamins.
The sauerkraut can be eaten later, when the wind blows more strongly. Viva the Viennese !


Naturellement, c'était Madame qui a pris cette photo, parce qu'elle ne mange pas le petit déjeuner.

26 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like your picture a lot and also your theme day narrative. It is also funny. Then I noticed theme day and your August 1 date. I had to look at my calendar and it is still July 31st here. That is even funnier.

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dive said...

Mmmmmm … Beer …
Breakfast of champions!

M.Benaut said...

Monsieur le Président,
The United States is behind the International Dateline. About half a week behind Australia, approximately, I think !!!

lynn said...

Beer with breakfast - really? lol

I do enjoy breakfast actually. Normally it's a hastily grabbed bowl of cereal sometimes even a cup of tea and a biscuit but the whole thing, when you have time; the Full English Breakfast; now there's a treat.
Orange juice, cereal, then eggs, bacon, sausage, fried bread (i steer clear of that one) tomatoes. Tea with a little sugar. Then toast and a selection of jams. Then coffee. Parfait!

Marie said...

I loe the English breakfast but as I am alone at home I don't take the time to "spoil myself". I eat a banana for the magnesium, two "biscottes" and some yogurt. I don't drink strong coffee any longer. I drink chicory (?) in the morning.
Have a nice day, Madame et Monsieur Benaut.

M.Benaut said...

Marie et Lynn,
In order to ensure that, ..... if too many vitamins are consumed, one should maintain balance with a little beer. It assists with attempts to "sprechen Sie die deutsche Sprache". When in difficulty another small beer can help; et également une banane peut aider.
M. Dive,
You are obviously a most discerning chap; ça va sans dire.

Hyde DP said...

cor you early birds, I've nobbut just had lunch!

M.Benaut said...

Gerald,
You English chaps have very funny habits !

Rambling Round said...

Your healthy breakfast over there is going to "destroy" my southern one "tomorrow."

Lavenderlady said...

Now, this is cute! How fun.

bluechic said...

Oh great post! Love that list of brekkie food! (I've a brother who lives in Brisbane and uses all sorts of aussie terms on us...)

Marie said...

You mean beer at breakfast? :-)

Annie said...

Hi M. Benaut, This is a photo of health itself!

Jules said...

Looks like an authentic Aussi breakfast to me- I have consumed a few of those in my time ............ the beer that is, not the healthy breakfast !!!

BundaWAH said...

On our holiday few days ago, my husband (french) was surprised when he saw dutch men order beer for breakfast. He said "They are crazy, we french will never do that".
Tomorrow I'll tell him that he is wrong, french living in Australia have beer for breakfast !.

BTW, Bintang IMHO is Indonesian beer, right ?

drpack said...

A beer at breakfast! Sounds healthier (and safer!) than the Full English Breakfast. The heart would be much happier ... as well as the spirit! Liquids ... lots of liquids ...

Denton said...

I think the phrase is something like "it is after the noon hour somewhere in the world", so lets have a drink ... Very funny interpretation of the theme.

Keropok Man said...

I think I would like those sandwiches! Yum Yum, I love beetroot!

Hmmm beer for breakfast? LOL...

Happy Theme Day!

Kate said...

Breakfast with friends...great!

Mme Benaut said...

Oh this is hilarious! M.B is such a tricker! Bundawah got it right - Bintang is Indonesian beer and this photo was taken in Bali about 3 years ago with unsere freunde Christian und Sonja - in the afternoon as I recall although I have to say that many, many Bintangs were taken that week. I don't think I've ever seen M.B have beer for breakfast! His usual fare is: 2 cups of tea, porridge and weetbix (together), toast with vegemite and plum jam (not together) and then coffee with milk and sugar. This NEVER varies. Club Sandwiches and Beer, well that can start anytime from noon onwards. I guess I've blown his cover but better that than to have you all think that he is alcoholic. Je suis desolee mon mari!

Château-Gontierdailyphoto said...

Thank you for your humour Mr BENAUT? Funny breakfast in Australia ;-)

Jilly said...

Glad I came to this late so now i know the truth! In fact tho, the first DP photo for me - I saw it last night, my time! Love it!

R&R in The Netherlands said...

Too funny. Heel internationaal, as you'd say here. French living in Australia having (afternoon) breakfast with Viennese friends in Bali!

lynn said...

Mme that's hilarious! M: you devil you, had me fooled. Beer indeed. Pah!

Rushed off feet with flood stories at the moment so this morning i had tea and two penguin biscuits. Not good is it?

Beetle said...

Interesting Photo M.Benaut...The Aussie,we get used to with this view when we had our holiday in Bali,I can recognize the beer name very well even they tried to hided it.

Wait,are they Ausie or France?

AntiguaDailyPhoto.Com said...

Beer for breakfast... I moving into your town next week. ;-)