Monday, 7 November 2011

Tchin-tchin !

Cheers says the cardboard man (or his upper half) on Avenue de Saint-Cloud!

25 comments:

Olivier said...

Allez Santée, c'est la fete chez toi ;) photo a voir avec moderation

Kay L. Davies said...

Very funny!

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Lowell said...

You are in a humorous mood today! The question remains, however: Is a half a man better than no man at all?

Depends on which half?

Cheers to you, too. Looks like a nice little bar/cafe/pub. Ah, we love cinnamon rolls. And we used to eat a lot of them. Then one day I looked at the calorie count of a roll we bought in the mall: 650 calories!

ρομπερτ said...

Es ist immer der letzte Donnerstag im November, der mit Spannung erwartet wird ;)

Eine gute neue Woche dir.

Randy said...

I'll drink to that!

Bob Crowe said...

Granted, my terrible French is barely enough to get the bill paid but the picture has me all confused. Place - said? Bavik is a kind of beer, I think, but the shop looks like it sells spirits. Perhaps the place is simply good for what ails you.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I don't profess to be knowledgeable about retail marketing, but I think the half man would attract more attention if he were sitting on top of the wine barrel rather than leaning against it.

Dina said...

The diable parked there adds a lot, too. Love that French word, much better than dolly.

Bergson said...

j'arrive !!!

Kaori said...

We say Kampai! :D

Thérèse said...

Vu le nombre de cartons a l'entree, ce lieu a l'air d'etre abondamment frequente! Unite de couleurs avec ce bleu.
P.S. Pour repondre a ta question:
Oui certaines parties des cactaees sont mangeables (ou buvable), voir ici.

Woody said...

Cheers! Looks like a great little shop to roam around. I would definitely no leave empty-handed :-)

brattcat said...

et toi...cheers.

Malyss said...

On dirait Dali, qui serait fou du vin Nicolas! :o)

Genie said...

This one really does put a smile on my face being that it is a Monday morning and I am back at work for the week. The little guy is great. Such a fun shot. genie

Cezar and Léia said...

pour moi, du vin rouge! :)
bises
Léia

JM said...

'Saúde'! As we say (similar to 'à la santé') although tchin-tchin is quite common too.

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VP said...

Cin-cin, as we also say. The guy is obviously already half drunk...

EG Wow said...

I'm glad I enlarged that photo to appreciate the lovely lighting.

Loree said...

You have a great eye for capturing the unexpected.

Andrew said...

Thanks for making me smile...
A lovely image and post.

Allan.Alexandre. said...

un village dans le village, en faite il cherche la route.

Francisca said...

I've been saying tchin-tchin! (or skol) au lieu de cheers my whole life and never knew it was spelled with a t!

Gunn said...

Great light AND details!