Saturday, October 20, 2007

I Think American Women Are Funnier, Though

Hey ladies! Want to feel extra dull, ugly, stupid, fat, boring, and worthless?

Well then by all means watch the documentary, French Beauty!

It's basically two hours dedicated to the allure of French women, their effortless charm and beauty, and it might as well be subtitled, "The Kind You'll Never Know, So Have Another Croissanwich You Gauche American Cow." Or maybe that was just my neuroses talking to me again.

But it's true. What is it with French women? And how do they AGE that way??

Juliette Binoche

Emmanuelle Beart

Isabelle Huppert

Catherine Deneuve

Fanny Ardant

Brigitte Bardot

Sophie Marceau

Jeanne Moreau

9 comments:

Joshua said...

Dear Friend

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I sure hope and wish that you take courage enough to pay me a visit in my PALAVROSSAVRVS REX!, and plus get some surprise with my work there. My blog is so cool! Don't think for a minute that my invitation is spam and I'm a spammer.
I often come across with so good but lonely blogs in my friendly random search,
my search for a public that may like or love what I POETRY write and also CHRONICLE,
among other types of Artistic Texts: we all search HAPINESS and JOY, don't we?
Well I'm realy happy to have found YOU.

I've learned and seen a lot after much more than 10.000 blogs I've visted in the late three months.
And I will, like Titanic's Kate, keep on and on and on and, like the song, feel that I 'Still haven't found what I'm looking for'.

When you come and visit me feel free to comment as you wish and, TOGETHER, let's make blogguing universal,
realy universal, as well all the essential causes that bring us all together by visiting, helping and loving one another this GENTLE way.

Let me tell you that some I visit feel invaded and ofended that I present myself this way in their blogs
and rudely insult me back or post a mockery post on me.
Some think I'm playing the smart guy who wants to profit in some way from (and with) others curiosity and benevolence.
Some simply ignore me.
Some aknowledge that It's most important we all take notion that there's milions of us bloguing arownd the world
and thus vital any kind of awareness of eachother such as I believe
this my self-introduction card and insert apeal brings in.

May you be one of those open and friendly spirits.

Don't feel obliged to come and visit me.
An invitation is not an intimation.

I think that in the end it's to UNITE MANKIND that we became bloggers!
When in my blogg don't see language as an obstacle but as a challenge
(though you can use the translater BabelFish at the bottom of my page!)
and think for a minute if I and the rest of the world are not expecting something like a broad cumplicity that you're a part of.
Remenber that pictures talk also and I have de most delicious ones.

I Hope this message of mine had helped you in some way.

See you soon, MY FRIEND.
May the LORD bless our HEARTS and fill them with PEACE AND MOTIVATION
to endure our Lives the best way we can.

A FRIEND

joshua

Alannah said...

Wow. Creepy.

Alisson said...

He is a spammer, I think I had a similar post on my first page ever!!! Creepy, too.
I like your post (and hate it too!) on the beautiful french women. I work with a lot of French-Canadian women and they are equally beautiful, exotic looking and with flawless skin.
Blah!

Lori Mocha said...

Is Joshua single?

And the French can suck my Big Mac.

miss marty said...

watching the triplets of bellville might be your only hope to find imperfect french women.

miss marty said...

and uhh, that post by mr. joshua reminds me of creepy tyson emails. eeeck!!

Step Right Up said...

Don't lie, if he had typed Dear Warmly Alannah you would be blogger bffs right now. My favorite part is where he makes mention of Titanic and is trying to think of the song 'My Heart Will Go On' but instead brings up U2's 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For'.

Oh, and not being French myself, I am doing my durndest to get that youthful glow by drinking and eating as much wine and cheese as possible. And if I thought a baguette or two while wearing a beret would help, I'd do that, too! Am I generalizing too much, you think?

ReckenRoll said...

Joshua scares me. I feel violated on your behalf.

My theory on French women, a diet of espresso and cigarettes (with the occasional indulgence of the best chocolate on the planet) combined with the best beauty products on the planet is a winning combination.

It's merde really.

jeff mac, manslations.com said...

Don't know if this relates, but I read somewhere that aloof disdain is just the best thing for the skin.