Sunday, January 16, 2011

Bite Me!

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26 comments:

  1. Gladly! Now, bend over.

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  2. Try to keep it clean Babykens, this is G-rated rated blog that is fun for the whole family :)

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  3. My dear Steevy, what Babykens says is not scandalous. For me, I understand "fold in half" (to greet the performance of the models).
    What is scandalous is the fact you can unterstand something else.
    Kind regards :)

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  4. Yeah, see Steve? I'm nearly virginal, remember? How could I possibly mean something so impure? Patrick knows, Frenchie's got my back :P :P :P :P

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  5. oh la la!! Comment pourrais-je avoir mal interprété la reine de paillettes et de Haute-Drama. Vous avez raison Cher tante, un commentaire Babyken était évidemment très innocents et destinés dans un théâtre ... ummm ... s'inclinant ... sorte de voie. J'espère seulement que notre petite ménade peut pardonner mes vitupérations scandaleux.

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  6. Obviously, my dear Steevy.
    It's as clear as crystal that Babykens has certainely run wild and been around, but, if I am not off base and to split the difference, this kind bald-faced liar is babe in the woods and not like a cat on a hot tin roof.
    This old salt sail close the wind but he is the salt of the earth.
    I didn't want to put my finger between bark and tail, but I must say I believe doggedly that Babykens is at least better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick and and that he did not deserve your barrage of fierce criticism.
    BYKT
    X

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  7. Phew, it was a big job, because all these sentences mean absolutely nothing translated word by word in french !

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  8. Oh boy. I honestly don't know where to begin with this. At least I am "better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick". Oh yes, one more thing Frenchie, this "he" is a "she". Shocking, I know. Try not to faint.

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  9. Perhaps your difficulty with making sense of my comment was that I am fluent in francaise Quebecois? I am shocked by your interpretation of my comment. I would never suggest our sweet little vixen meanders nightly like a cat on a hot tin roof, plus comme un chat de gouttière à la chaleur!! :) xo

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  11. @ Babykens :
    "He" or "She", or both one and the other, no problem.
    I am not "racist" and not easy to shock even if (or better to say when) you're coming it a bit strong.
    I don't feint. For what reason? For what purpose? It is always unnecessary and too tiring.
    I don't butter you up, I really love your (very special) humor and the humor is not male or female, isn't it ?
    X

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  12. Right...erm, Quebecois, that's it. Now bend over, Stephen, cuz now your are not only getting bitten, but getting SPANKED for your insolence as well :) Good thing I love the spaghetti poop out of you!

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  13. Perhaps, in hindsight, my analogy about how... errr... tight... I am was not the best. omg!

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  14. @Patrick. Well, I sure am glad you are not a "racist" and seemingly robust enough to stick around knowing I possess the dreaded girl parts. Though if I had to choose a gender for my humor, I think it'd be male...a cross-dressing male actually. Yes, that's it. :)

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  15. @Stephen: No, it definitely was the best. Now shush, that's private and you surely don't want your readers to know such priviledged information about you! :P

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  16. @Babykens: Perfect. Just go on being who you are. You have my blessing.
    And don't take offense if my english is far from perfect, as well when I write to you or read you.
    signed : Frenchie (lol)

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  17. @Steven:
    Regards me, reassure you my dear Steevy, I have no privileged information about you...
    ... or so few!
    Kisses.

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  18. @ Patrick, so I shouldn't take offense to your accusing me of "having been around" ...or of being a "bald faced liar" LOL :) No worries, haha..

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  19. @Babykens:
    Not a "bald faced liar" but a KIND bald faced liar" WHO IS BAB IN THE WOOD.
    I've also said you that you are "the salt of the earth" isnt'it ?
    Nevertheless, I'm sorry. I didn't guess you are so sensitive and I'll take care in the future.
    I Exchange you a kiss against my forgiveness.

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  20. (Steve, shut up. Just zip it, mister! :)

    Now... my sweet, sweet Patrick. I was not offended, honestly. And don't you worry, the only boy who breaks my heart on a semi-regular basis is our Stephen :P

    Allow me to gently correct you, however...the phrase is bold-faced liar (not bald) and I thought you meant the salt of the earth was you, not me. Not that I have any idea what that means. But, yeah, I'll take that kiss. (I said SHUT UP, Stephen) *ahem* xxox

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  21. @Babykens: Thanks for the correction.
    Concerning "the salt of the earth" In french, we say :"être bon comme le bon pain". Translated word by word it is "as good as good bread". And that is what you are.
    This time, I kisses you without consideration.
    And I stop because the "comments" are perhaps not entirely intended for chat. I don't want to abuse of the kindness of Steven.

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  22. I think I like the French version better ;) I've always dreamed of being as good as good bread. That's awesome. And, yeah I'll follow your lead and peace out of this convo. Until later, my Frenchie! x

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  23. whew!! That was a little scary at times, especially when the dreaded vag subject came up... ewww! :)

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  24. ummm, it really didn't per se...BUT AS USUAL YOU BROUGHT IT UP! :)

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