Behold a St. Barthelemy Cock. Coq. Gallic Rooster. Whatever.

The unofficial symbol of France is “le coq gaulois.” We met one. He was a dumb little sucker trying to think about how to approach the concept of possibly considering the idea of crossing a road. Cocorico!!!

Two events today. One poulet-related. One literary-related…

Hopeful young writer in Japanese surf-duds, awaiting literary reinforcement.

At left… hope.

At right…disgust with self, universe, and overlarge appearance of thighs in Laszlo’s pictures.

 

It looks like a trailer screen shot from a J-horror picture. But it's simply the documented reaction to a rejection letter from "a leading muthafukin literary mag that rhymes with RAIN, SPAIN, and BAHRAIN, bitches!"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The other event today was chicken related…

Poulet-poul coucher avec moi ce soir? OKAY. I ADMIT IT. I AM A COQ. So? How about it?

Mais, pourquoi? Pourquoi est-ce que le coq crosser la rue? Je ne sais pas, mon dieu. Laszlo:

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Behold a St. Barthelemy Cock. Coq. Gallic Rooster. Whatever.

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  4. Dear Labreia,

    I have the pleasure of telling you that your chicken/literary post was delightful, picture perfect and funny. Heading to your ‘about’ page for what I hope will be more of the same.

    Aloha,

    Doug

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