Angela Natividad's Live & Uncensored!

11 February 2009

Traductions: "Show b00b!"

I'm pretty sure I'll get over this once I've walked by a few hundred construction sites, but in the meantime French catcalls rawk the party that rocks the party. Sample dish:

"Vous ĂȘtes superb."

"T'es ravissante!" (A deep breath, and an I-can't-believe-my-eyes expression, go the extra mile.)

"How does it feel to drive all the men mad...?" (The key to this one is stopping the girl and saying it very, very softly.)

Wrapping it up, last week at a crowded bar on Bonne Nouvelle the bartender noticed me ogling some overkill video surveillance equipment behind the cash register. When I gave him my drink order, he leaned in, motioned to the surveillance system and said, "With that I can see everything. But it is you that I'm watching."



M.M. McDermott said...

Those French sound like aggressive romantics.

Do tell: do the women call the men down the same way?

Steve Hall said...

"With that I can see everything. But it is you that I'm watching."

Now that is a good line! Delivered properly, of course.

And, Angela, you do have this walk that is quite eyecatching...not to mention the rest of yourself:)

Angela Natividad said...

@McDermott: I can't bring myself to be shoot-downy, so mostly I blush and look the other way. Every once in awhile a little Japanese giggle escapes though. =P

If you're asking whether the women flag dudes down in a similar way, I'd guess the answer is no. The girls here are chill, man. So. Chill.

Aw, shucks, @Steve. :-)

Candace said...

oh god, it's lovely...isn't it?

Anonymous said...

"But it is you that I'm watching."

Cah-reepy! hahaha

I'm sure the little Japanese giggle combined with the eyecatching walk would be hard to resist!