Terrible at Frenching: My Spicy Summer Camp Story

by on November 6, 2012

Find your polling place and GO VOTE. You will be so happy you did! https://www.google.com/elections/ed/us/vote

In which John discusses his trials and travails as an amateur french kisser and tries to tell an ACTUAL spicy summer camp story, instead of one about freaking spices. Also, he takes you to his polling place, briefly discusses voting with the Yeti, and encourages you to vote. It's all kissing and politics, basically.


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Evelyne Holingue November 6, 2012 at 3:32 pm

The title of the post could only intrigue me.
You know, even the French are terrible at French kissing the first time. I know because I’m a French native.
Even for us, this tongue thing is complex, embarrassing, and even a little disgusting when we are very young.
The only thing that differs between the young American kids and the French is that in France we don’t call it French kiss.
Adorable story and good ending!


Dee Taylor November 17, 2012 at 7:22 pm

I think I’m in love with you. Or about to begin a love affair at least. Do you a fancy a 46 year old Australian groupie, since apparently you’ve just become a hotshot author? I think I’ll actually have to read your book. But if I do, and if the world does not end soon, and the global financial crisis fades enough for my school to afford to buy your book, will you:
a) come to my school and speak to my nerdie students
b) appear via videolink in my classroom

A conference would be good. I have something vaguely in mind. An international conference on creative writing where I plot to overthrow the evil forces of capitalism and set up some kind of utopian writing convention. I have a spare room if we can’t manage a hotel. And I kind find a few academics who will probably help to lend it all an air of legitimacy. And Australia is a great place to visit.

What do you say?

Dee Taylor
Head Teacher – ‘Words’
Penrith Selective High


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