A Taste of Garlic

Uh Oh Spaghettios - Nord-Pas-de-Calais

nord pas de calais  Uh Oh Spaghettios   because we all love reading blogs about life in FranceWhat makes Uh Oh Spaghettios such a wonderful blog?

Is it….

a). That its owner, Rebecca, describes herself as a French-American living in Lille,raising a Franco-American family, and fighting against excessive dog excrement.

b).  That out of the 423 posts, 51 are labeled Oh La La, 18 are labeled Cuisine and only one is labeled TV (there’s also one labelled Sex but I wouldn’t get too excited; it’s not that raunchy – the post, I mean, not sex in general.)

c). The first article I ever read on it (a conversation between Rebecca and her daughter), reads as follows…

Suz:what’s inside of people?
Me: blood and bones and muscles.
Suz: is blood a liquid or a solid?
Me: liquid, like juice.
Suz: what’s a solid?
Me: Um, bones.
Suz: and what’s a gas?
Me: Your breath.
Suz: or a fart…and wolves have blood juice inside of them.

I mean, what more could you want in a blog?  An Anatomy lesson, The endless fight against Dog Excrement and…… plenty of Oh La La!




On the blog, Rebecca has recently explained How to declare Credit Card fraud in under 2 hours and, a while ago, discussed  The French Pee Problem (I didn’t realise they had one – I thought they just unzipped and went where they fancied? And, as for the men……)

Rebecca likes running and discusses this in The Braderie’s Lesson in Humility and also, strangely enough, in French Boobs.

I think that this blog will appeal in particular to mothers, expat or otherwise.  That said, any blog with posts like… The Stinky Cheese Pie Man or Culinary Success in France is going to be right up my street.

Oh La La – Take my word for it.  If you have a petite problem with your Pee (or your French Boobs), visit Uh Oh Spaghettios to find out how to sort it out!

All the best

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