Take a look at this photo, which I took in Quebec City, and tell me what you notice.
People, you have been super awesome about this week’s travel tales. Next week, we’ll be back to the usual levels of snark and humor. Among other things, we’ll be talking about one of my new favorite humor blogs, something unintentionally funny that I got in the mail, and the scary fact that I’ll be wearing a freaking tutu at the BlogHer 5K next month.
Have a good weekend!
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This one is for the local peeps: This coming Monday, July 19, my friend author M.K. Graff will be at New Dominion Bookshop on the Downtown Mall at 12:15 signing copies of her book. I’ll be there and hope you will be too!
Poulet Fried Kentucky??
Now I want my own “sortie” sign.
I agree with Violet. Wow. That would have amused me for at least an hour
Poulet Frit! C’est magnifique!
Wow. That’s just…strange.
Hurray for the tutu! Do you want me to make you one? : )
A tutu? I’m DYING to know more!
PFK-I love it!
I studied “abroad” in Quebec and in France. I think it’s totally charming that the Quebecoise refuse to use English and translate EVERYTHING into French. It’s just called KFC in France, but it’s Poulet Frite de Kentucky in Quebec.
You should have seen my French registrar’s face when I went to request a transcript using the French I learned in Quebec. I kept saying I needed a “release of grades” in French. He laughed and said “ah, you mean a transcript” in French.
I’m glad Jeannine translated for me! I speak Spanish well enough, but not French. Pollos Fritos de Kentucky: oh, my, it’s the same!
When we went to QC we travelled through Windsor and headed East. The farther east you went, the more French you encountered. By Montreal, I think everything was all french. PFK was def. one of my favorites!
I suppose I need to start working on a new pair of socks
Ok - had NO IDEA there would be a tutu!!!!! I think Green Girl and I need to be there Friday morning to cheer you on and take a photo!!!!!