Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Let's say, for the sake of argument that you lived in Paris. Imagine now, a lovely fall day- the air is crisp, the sky is blue. What would you do? Where would you go?

I'll tell you what I did. My brother and I saw Rush Hour 3. Wow! That was some crap- and at $14.00 per ticket it was especially crappy. My brother sold me on it because it was filmed in Paris- that only elevated it from "crap" to "merde", but it inspired a haiku.

Oh, Rush Hour Three
To Google "Dancing Popcorn"
Is so much more fun

4 comments:

Panic in New York said...

Oh pardone, I considered it to be an excellent french art film. It had subtitles for crying out loud.

C├ęcile Qd9 said...

at least this movie seams to have imporved your french : after the word "cintre" learned a few days ago (you can also use "porte-manteau"), you found out the exact meaning for "merde".
Think positive...
Now, if you want french lessons for less than 14 euros per 1h30, let's keep in touch... ;o)

Karyn said...

Guy, that kind of movie, in Paris on a beautiful autumn day, is always going to be merde. In any language.

Et maintenant - dejeuner! Je voudrais un croque monsieur. Le yum.

Jen said...

And your seeing the movie, and making the post, led to my Googling "Dancing Popcorn." I think it was well-worth the $14.