Thursday, August 12, 2010

Dust By Any Other Name Is....Still Dust



Who knew "duster" in French was so beautiful?

Dépoussiéreurs


Careful with that pronunciation in Texas, though....

3 comments:

Ronni Bennett said...

That's fabulous, Pattie. How dirty could a house be when a depoussiereurs takes care of the dust.

Xtreme English said...

Beautiful, yes, but duster in Spanish is longer. strange that the word is so different in those two romance languages.

where do you get this stuff, anyway??? :)

Sandy said...

good question xtreme english. I was about to ask the same question. Nice to know that someone else is doing the research for us, though!