[Homeroast] Happy President's Day
John A C Despres
johndespres at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 07:18:09 CST 2010
Mmmm, wine. I need to get back to Pasadena for another visit to the
Chronicle Wine Shop. It's 3 Buck Chuck here in the Midwest because it's an
Literal translation is certainly cigar, but it means the same thing: UFO.
Maybe the French are more into cigars while we think more about or coffee
cup saucers? Dunno.
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 4:33 AM, Ryan M. Ward
<silvercro_magnon at hotmail.com>wrote:
> Yes, Dawn (The old tasting room manager) and I used to joke about that
> literal translation all the time. Very funny(the geometric difference
> between a saucer and a cigar would lead one to believe that they would never
> be used to refer to the same object).
> Ryan M. Ward
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> > Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Happy President's Day
> > YES!!! Le Cigare Volant!! The only wine that I know of whose name
> > into the flying saucer!!!
> > The flying cigar, actually, and I didn't know that's what they called it.
> > It's pretty funny, too, because a flying saucer in profile probably does
> > look like a cigar.
> > It sounds awfully quaint, the French named an alien spaceship after
> > something familiar and comforting, something you'd find around the house.
> > How sweet!
> > Oh, wait... we call it a 'flying saucer,' which must seem as sweet and
> > to the French as 'flying cigar' seems to us! :)
> > Doug
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