Douglas G. Wilson
douglas at NB.NET
Sat Jul 24 21:52:38 UTC 2004
At 03:11 AM 7/24/2004, you wrote:
> "Giclee" is a word meaning "expensive inkjet print". People who sell "fine
>art prints" use big inkjet printers to make them. Giclee is French for
>something or other that justifies its use, but it's a fancy inkjet printer,
I guess "giclee" = "squirt" or "spurt" ... seems appropriate.
>... quelle grosse giclee t'a envoyee ... une giclee de tortures .... une
>derniere giclee de sperme ....
Fine nuances of French are beyond me, but maybe some of these items aren't
related to art prints.
-- Doug Wilson
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