Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Bonjour, May I Woo You?

ink & watercolour weensy meep miniature, 2.5" x 3.5" [6.5 x 9cm]  ACQUIRE A MEEP

Woof.  Woo~woo~woof~woof.  Woo~oooooo~woo~woo~woof ~woof.  Woof.  

Bonjour!  You look nice..  Please pass me a croissant from that basket and I promise to eat all evidence.  Yes, including the crumbs.

25 comments:

  1. Hi Shell: this is just soo... elegant so very French. J'adore the gorgeous chair and le petit chien so adorable.
    ~Dianne~

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  2. Charming and fun! I love the chair. Of course I'd pass a croissant -- but only one....

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  3. My response:

    Woof...woof...woof...woof...wooooooo.

    [If anyone here will be eating chocolate croissants and their evidential crumbs, it will be me, thank you very much. I will admit, however, that you're pretty cute.]

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  4. J'ai fait la connaissance avec un chien comme ca (pardon my lack of cedille--I have one on my main computer but I'm on my laptop). Boz would like a croissant s'il vous plait.

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  5. All Things French ~ thank you ~ one can never have too much elegance.

    You're very disciplined, Ms M ~ I wonder if you could really resist those big brown eyes...

    PCN ~ that's a good thing in your instance ~ better to save the puppy from eating chocolate.

    Boz is welcome to a croissant at this table any time, Petrea, as is a lack of cedille due to computer foibles.

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  6. If he didn't use vous then no woo . . . ing! Well, maybe I'll make an exception just because he is so cute and fluffy. Love the table and chair.

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  7. Cali ~ an exception for a cute and fluffy cause? C'est si bon!

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  8. A charming place to sit and eat with a wuvely little fellow! He's won my heart!

    Sending smiles Shell! :)

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  9. I'm glad to hear that, Favourite Vintage Finds. Right back at you...

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  10. Surely Snuggles is on a strict diet? The croissants for me, oatcakes for him.

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  11. I'm smitten. This cutie can woo me anytime.

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  12. Mise ~ I suspect Snuggles will gratefully accept all pastry/bikky-like offerings, even the oat ones.

    Margaret ~ he has that effect on people...

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  13. My dogs never look like that, but I've made them stare at the picture for guture improvements.

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  14. This precious meepsy pup looks like an excellent wooer—and woofer, for that matter. Isn't it funny the way Parisian restaurants would rather see you come in with your dog than with your kids?

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  15. This sweet sweet puppy had me at Bonjour! I would even share a croissant with this little fluff-ball, and I'm not one to share my baked goods.

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  16. Shell, you're right -- I'm a sucker for big brown eyes and small encouraging woofs...

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  17. I can take my dog to a restaurant in Paris, Alexa? Really? Are they picky about the type of dog? Boz is a 70 pound boxer/mastiff mix. He's extremely well-behaved and knows how to act in a restaurant.

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  18. Hiker ~ if guture isn't a word, I'm sure it should be.

    Alexa ~ what a wonderful outlook. All puppies should be welcomed thus. {I'll sleep better now that I've used thus at least once today.}

    Wow, Katie ~ that's saying something!

    Ms M ~ heh, I knew it...

    Petrea ~ I would love to see a photo of you and Boz there together. And I'm sure he'd enjoy a window seat on the plane.

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  19. I love seeing all the dogs in the cafés. This little fluff ball is adorable! All I can add is "meep"!

    Oh, tell Petrea that Boz is all packed and ready to go!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  20. Genie ~ under all that fluff, I'm sure he's as svelte as...

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  21. Well if Katie is willing to share I will too. Il est très mignon!

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  22. I feel like I get to visit Paris through your illustrations. Surely this is what a streetside table looks like there, right? *sigh* I'll get there one day. Hopefully there will still be some croissants left.

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  23. Nice illustration !!
    And it is the first time I don't have trouble understanding and translating !!!!!!!!!!

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  24. There's that Southern hospitality, V!

    Amy ~ if Paris ever ran out of croissants, I think it would rival the Mayan calendar in terms of its possible ramifications!

    Merci, Marylène ~ and your English really is good!

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Merci, grazie, thank you for joining our conversation lounge. Your smile lights up the room. Even more beautifully than our crystal chandelier. x

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