Re: Disgusting thread... ;-)
|From:||Pascal A. Kramm <pkramm@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 5, 2004, 23:18|
On Thu, 4 Nov 2004 18:30:10 +0000, Jan van Steenbergen
> --- Pascal A. Kramm skrzypszy:
>> Well, it's not that far from the border, but the Dutch border.
>Yeah? Were exactly, if I may ask?
North-Rine Westphalia, or Ruhrgebiet (Ruhr area), to be more precise.
So where do you come from? You have a Dutch name, a British email address, a
French website and an indeciphrable consonant cluster as introduction line...
>> French names (like mine) can be easily found, and there's lots of
>> French stuff in the supermarkets, esp. camembert. I *love*
>> camembert. I also love croissants and baguettes.
>The combination French first name with German last name is
>particularly common in Luxemburg. As a matter of fact, you could
>easily have presented yourself as a Luxemburger.
I see... Luxemburg isn't that far either. My middle name is also French, btw.
>All the French stuff you describe (I don't like camembert; I quite
>like Brie and Port-Salut, though; I adore croissant, and I don't mind
>a baguette from time to time) is quite common here, too. As a matter
>of fact, I wonder if France really needs to be close in order to have
>those thins in the supermarkets.
That's probably true, but I guess if you're farther away from France, you
won't have quite that much stuff, and it will be a good bit more expensive.
Pascal A. Kramm, author of Choton
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