Le Uncle and ah ‘ad le important discussion about Crêpes today.
‘HOLY CRAP!’ yell Le Uncle when ah bounce out of le trees and surprise ‘im.
‘Fair suck of the sav, you shouldn’t do that’, ‘e say.
‘Ow can ‘e mistake me for that ‘orze ah wonder,
‘e ees clearly full of Crêpes ah think to mahself.
‘Mah name ees not Fair Suckovasav Le Uncle,
you must be thinking of le Russian ‘orze down le road’.
‘Crikey’ say Le Uncle, ‘what are on about now’.
But ah am thinking only about being mistaken for Fair Sukovasav .
‘Comeorn ya leedle Tossa’ yell Le Uncle, ‘eets justan expression’.
‘Do not call me Fair Suckovasav ,’ ah yell.
Le Uncle try to soothe me but eet ees too late.
Ah am, to put eet een Uzzerr Muzzrerr’s words, le ‘very upset young man’.
‘Le Russian ‘orze, Fair Suckovasav, ‘e ees le fat ugly ‘orze,’ ah sob.
‘Maaaate,’ say Le Uncle, bu ‘e ees speaking in Australian and ah,
being french, of course, ah do not understand a word of what ‘e say.
‘ow could you mistake ‘im for me’ ah sniff.
Le Uncle start yapping on in Australian about not knowing any Fair Suckovasav
but ah know crepes when ah ‘ear eet so ah tell ‘im.
‘You are full of le crepes, Le Uncle’, ah say.
‘On and on you go, crêpesing on een le Australian about all sorts of stupeed Crêpes’,
‘Mate’, say Le Uncle,
‘You might want to learn the difference between a Crêpes and a crap‘.
‘Do you even know the difference’? he say.
There is la difference? ah think but
ah keep mah lips sealed.