Sometimes it's important to stop and smell the flowers.
Or the artichokes. These ones were the size of small durians.
And even if you don't try, you will smell the cheese. Oooh affiné. (Thank you here to google's strong reluctance to accept my accent égu.)
Anyway, there are a lot of good things to eat in France, and I didn't have the time or space to eat them all.
But I did eat a lot of the above. And I still am.
In France you get too into your food and start taking pictures with it.
Food and Eater photography is not yet an appreciated art.
I brought a few small things home so that Barry could also savour the saveur.
Obviously, Singapore is not so freaked-out about the importation of stinky cheese. The one on the bottom right leaked in my suitcase ever so slightly. There should be a better food word there. Oozed? Seeped? Wept?
Finally, above is the result of my 15 minute discussion with the saucissier. Boar, lean pork, and chorizo.
Sometimes it can be hard to match your Engrish shirts to the occasion. Here, I show you how. The above shirt is about joy and peace. So it's appropriate to wear during your picnic in the sakura cherry blossoms.
Some Engrish has very specific uses. This gender bender works well for a costume party.
Feeling like you don't fit in?
That is the sentiment expressed in this shirt. Half-bunny head can help you get over it.
Got a headache?
Probably time for a Coffee Addict shirt!
Let your Engrish encourage you!
Experimenting with fashion?
Have your shirt express this.
The shirt below is obviously very sporty.
Appropriate perhaps for a Japanese baseball game.
Here you can also fit in by having a balloon and releasing it at the right time.