From Amy Thomas, author of Paris, My Sweet, a love affair with Paris, New York, sweets and travel.
I love it! I will use it well on my first trip ever to Paris in April 2012!!!!!!By the way, I love your blog.MLmlanesepic.blogspot.com
Great word! I plan to use often!
I also plan to use this often, since it does happen now and then, you know.
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That's a great word to have since the French seem to have a violent knee-jerk reaction to being called even a little bit 'drunk' (or in their language bourré or ivre). I try to explain that being drunk doesn't necessarily imply falling down and being out-of-control -- I think tipsy or buzzed is what I mean, so I'll definitely start using pompette instead and see if I get a better response!