Re: What the f -at- #$?

Subject: Re: What the f -at- #$?
From: Ray Bruman x2325 <rbruman -at- TURING -dot- RAYNET -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 1994 10:48:05 PDT

> >that are _not_ considered dirty ("dirty" itself is, not surprisingly, from
> the French).

> Really???? As you many know, the French word for "dirty" is "sale", accent
> acute on the e, (which I am constantly reminded of by my French husband
> because that's what my first name sounds like!). What is the actual origin
> of "dirty"? "d'something"?

> --Sally

Yes, and while you're at it, will some Francophone tell us how it looks
to see big signs "SALE" in store windows all over American cities?

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