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  • "He didn't believe his own ears. She spoke like a queen. Without taking his eyes off her, he found the drawer of opening-night gifts with his right hand. He opened it, and put a kilogram box of Neuhaus chocolates on the table.

    'Have a child-molester chocolate,' he said."

    - 'The Quiet Girl', Peter Høeg.

    March 18, 2008

  • Hmm. Snappy dialog! I know all my smart friends speak like this.

    I kid, of course. All in all, it's a pretty clunky paragraph. One suspects it was fairly clumsy to begin with, and that translation into English didn't improve anything.

    March 18, 2008

  • Just stopping by once again to register my extreme dislike of (and contempt for) this ludicrously implausible term.

    April 12, 2008

  • Bit like those dutiful visits to a relative you don't much like ;-)

    April 12, 2008

  • Ludicrous implausibility is fine in my book; but what must Neuhaus Chocolates, purveyors of doubtless fine confectionary since 1857, think of it?

    April 13, 2008

  • It's probably reverse product placement by the competition, Godiva and Leonidas.

    The topicality of google ads only goes so far. One wonders if the brand identity Fran really wishes to create for her artisanal hand-made truffles and award-winning caramels is that of child-molesting bait.

    April 13, 2008

  • Ha! Google Ads must have to work hard to come up with relevant products for some of the pages on this site.

    April 13, 2008