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    French Terms (of endearment?) - HELP!!

    I need help!

    I recently had an outcall with an SP from Devilish in Montreal (already reviewed in other area). Well, when all was said and done, she referred to me a few times as a "little man"

    Now, her english is passable, but she had trouble with this phrase. Apparently, she was translating from a french term that is used. I was obviously very concerned about what she meant by that, but she insisted that it was a positive term - "a good thing", she said.

    Does anyone know what the french phrase is she might be referring to, and perhaps a better translation that doesnt imply smallness in stature, dick size, or ego?

    I'd appreciate the help!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by espitzer
    I need help!

    I recently had an outcall with an SP from Devilish in Montreal (already reviewed in other area). Well, when all was said and done, she referred to me a few times as a "little man"

    Now, her english is passable, but she had trouble with this phrase. Apparently, she was translating from a french term that is used. I was obviously very concerned about what she meant by that, but she insisted that it was a positive term - "a good thing", she said.

    Does anyone know what the french phrase is she might be referring to, and perhaps a better translation that doesnt imply smallness in stature, dick size, or ego?

    I'd appreciate the help!!!
    Honestly... I am trying to translate it in any way possible and it all comes back to one of the things you mentionned. The only other translation I can see is "mon p'tit bonhomme" meant the same way as a mother talking to her son "your my little man".
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-19
    Oh the terms of endearment are for Lilly?!? Try this then:

    Je ne vous dirai pas, mademoiselle, les déboires qui m'affligent! Aussi, je sollicite, par la présente, un rendez-vous. Il en de ma vie et puis il y a aussi que je vois bien ma colonne Nelson, pareille à un serpent sinueux et se convulsant en anguille nerveuse, dessiner, entre vos cuisses, de fantasques ondulations malignes.

    That's precious! I have a 1000 images in my mind now. I want to see those "ondulations malignes"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-19
    Just to keep you in appetite, the ondulations involve a left turn at Alberquerque.
    I actually saw it while I flew over New Mexico. There are many ondulations in the roads there.

    But what about your translation of "little man"? Found any thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by juzt_a_girl
    Mon chou?
    Mon tit pet?
    Mon mignon?
    Mon tit homme?
    Mon dieu que je n'appellerais jamais mon amant par ces noms
    Mon tannant, arrêtes de me chatouiller!

    JAG

    Ou bien "mon p'tit cri**e".
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    As you can see Espitzer, it all depends of the context.
    So a bit as in English actually:
    a buddy can say "hey little man" as a joke,
    an opponent can say "you're just a lil man" as an insult and so on.
    I suspect she was joking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazingerz
    Sérieux, un terme qu'on emploie souvent ici au Québec c'est: "mon p'tit monsieur".
    Vrai, mon p'tit monsieur! Mais ça preut aussi être utilisé d'une façon sympatique ou condescendante.

    I think you will never know in what way she meant "little man", too many different ways depending on too many different circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilly Lombard
    Vrai, mon p'tit monsieur! Mais ça preut aussi être utilisé d'une façon sympatique ou condescendante.

    I think you will never know in what way she meant "little man", too many different ways depending on too many different circumstances.
    Bonjour Lilly,

    These are two words that will not work well with an American in the bed room, especially when true...lol.

    Personally, I don't have list of endearments. I just say what comes to mind at the moment. Once it was: "mon beau petit trésor". Gee I hope I got that right.

    Kisses,

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-19
    Dis ma mignonne, ça te dirais une petite brouette indonésienne? J'ai le chibrouze en rupture de béchamel, bébé, et puis je suis pro de la babasse-dégustation - yé!

    You'll get a lot of mileage with this.

    ??? Sorry je ne comprend pas...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilly Lombard
    Vrai, mon p'tit monsieur! Mais ça preut aussi être utilisé d'une façon sympatique ou condescendante.

    I think you will never know in what way she meant "little man", too many different ways depending on too many different circumstances.
    Fuck. Now I have no choice but to be offended. The context almost made it sound like she was calling me "cute".

    Either way - cute or tiny - I don't like it. I thought 7 inches was average? I'm 5'9 - also not tiny but average. Im in good shape and athletic. She came more than i did.

    So. . . why the need to insult me so. I feel like I fucked my sister.

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    Espitzer, I think you are reading too much into the comment. You said yourself, "her english is passable". She was probably trying to make a literal translation of a french expresion. Not every saying can be translated exactly. There's a guy at work we call "p tit cul". The literal translation is "little ass". Meaningless in english, but quite acceptable in french. It's unfortunate that you are left with a bad taste in your mouth, but I'm sure you would have known if she was making fun of you.
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    No I'm not saying she wanted to insult you. From your description you are 100% normal. All I am saying is any way to translate it can have different meaning.

    As someone else said, if she wanted to make fun of you, you would have felt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by espitzer
    I thought 7 inches was average? I'm 5'9 - also not tiny but average. Im in good shape and athletic. She came more than i did.

    So. . . why the need to insult me so. I feel like I fucked my sister.
    Why does your sister insult your manhood too ?

    Seriously I can't believe you have gotten to this age (old enough to see sp's) and are insecure with a 7" penis. The average is 6" by the way. So, unless you are measuring it from the bottom side starting from your anus, I fail to see what you are worried about and why you are so sensitive.

    How tall are you ? Perhaps that's the issue. Your name wouldn't be Gary Bettman would it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Possum Trot
    Why does your sister insult your manhood too ?

    Seriously I can't believe you have gotten to this age (old enough to see sp's) and are insecure with a 7" penis. The average is 6" by the way. So, unless you are measuring it from the bottom side starting from your anus, I fail to see what you are worried about and why you are so sensitive.

    How tall are you ? Perhaps that's the issue. Your name wouldn't be Gary Bettman would it ?

    No. My sister has a bigger dick than me.

    Actually, I'm referring to being called "cute" or being referred to in the same way as a mother to her son. That's the kiss of death. And having having sex with the person using these expressions, it feels rather incestuous.

    But don't worry, I'm over it. Just tired of being cute. And if you're wondering how I got to this age and still being insecure - it is probably from being called "cute" my whole life. Girls don't fuck cute, shy guys. Otherwise, I wouldnt be paying for it.

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