Friday, March 03, 2006


Cet animal est très méchant, quand on l'attaque il se défend.


  1. Well there you have it, all the good stuff happens when I go to work... Now catching up with what seems like days and days of stuff on your blog. While trying to make a dent into the mountain of stuff that's be dumped on my desk. While I was out trying earn an honest crust, back in the real world lawyers get gifts from suspect friends of that dreadfully nice mister Blair of $600,000 zamolians. Damn I wish I had friends in low places...

    Get pedalling mate box is almost full...

    Regards from darkest surrey

  2. why are you learning french? this is my very poor translation

    yours in french
    Cet animal est très méchant, quand on l'attaque il se défend.

    mine in sort of english
    The animal is very Nasty, it bites if attacked.

    perhaps I should have stayed awake more often in that lesson.

    Do some chemistry I was better at that...

    Okay so what does it mean? are you sleeping with a Dog? as a blanket?

  3. I would prefer to translate "méchant" as "wicked" here.

    As for what it means - well, I'm sure you can think of a context in which to apply it. There are plenty.

  4. so your sleeping with a wicked animal? and it's biting you? everytime you attack it? have you been eating mushroom omlettes out there? As it's sounding abit odd I've heard of someone who saw 7 foot seagulls that chased him back to his digs in Aberwrystwyth (cold, smelly seaside town in wildest wales. Full of Students and other mushroom eaters)