quarta-feira, fevereiro 22, 2006

I understand this blog is meant to be written in portuguese. Since i'm french, i'll write it in english - as you probably already noticed. It seems appropriate to discuss about the problems a frenchman has when writing portuguese. There are many many issues regarding that; we'll only state a few. One of the most important ones if the fact that, plainly, a frenchman can't write portuguese. In particular if he's from portuguese migrant-origin, he can't write french neither - which is ok for its integration, because a lot of non-migrant-origin frenchmen write french real badly - some argue they write in local dialect, but they keep forgetting that local dialects are nowadays only vocal and officialy unofficial (which is an entirely wrong statement. Of course! But then again, most statements in this blog are). So, as regards the uncanny inability for frenchmen to write portuguese - besides their other uncanny abilities, such as being queer and gay lovers. (They do! And think how good it is for a reputedly chauvinistic people to emancipate in gay loverness ...) - a deduction must be made which states that writing in french has got nothing to do with it. Note how obvious it all becomes when one realizes that they can't french at all, and i don't necessarily mean writing ... Therefore, if we back the hypotheses above and put them in a house with a big fence and trees; we ineluctably discover the anguishing truth that frenchmen can't write portuguese nor french. In fact they couldn't write anything at all if it weren't this couterproof post which tacitly argues that they do tend to express themselves in awkward english ... at least the ones that bluntly realize they can't write in anything else. Frenchly. Now think about that ...

3 comentários:

Tralalasesamo disse...

By the way, I think this is the lousiest english i've ever seen! But then content is quite interesting ... I might add that frenchmen have serious survival problem issues.

elias_moss disse...

I say, old chap! Your english is quite commendable. My word, you could go for a normal english teenager in an Oxford public school.
As for the frog's debate you started, the frenchman is a sub-species of the homo sapiens distant relative, the Cro-Magnon.
In all my years of contact with the french fauna I must say they are quite the object for discussion. Alas, this is not the time for discussion. I shall only point out the brilliant remark you have made about an even more shocking sub-genre of frog, the "Franco-Portuguese", also known as the "Jean-Marie Micael da Silva".
Nasty stuff, I'll say.

milton disse...

Amen! Todos falam e eu também!