Wednesday, 21 January 2009

Squidgy Bits Rule!


Look! The council wants us to join the gym, and is telling us to say NO to our squidgy bits! Frankly, I am quite at peace with my own squidgy bits. I am sure we should all have at least some, anyway. It's probably when you're squidgy all over that it's time to start worrying. Nice red posters at least, but Ruby isn't joining the gym - I'll stick to riding my bike, thanks :-D

6 comments:

Hilda said...

I'd like to get rid of my squidgy bits, but I have yet to do something beyond walking.

"Squidy bits" — I like that.

Olivier said...

je n'ai pas trouvé la traduction de "squidgy bits" ?
I did not find the translation of "squidgy bits"?

lunarossa said...

I hate gyms, they are so boring! Surely this campaign won't inspire me at all! How dare they to mention out "squidgy bits": they are sooo personal. Ciao. A.

Ruby said...

Aha, comment dire "squidgy bits" en francais? Now there's a challenge. Any ideas, anyone?

Olivier, "squidgy" is very colloquial, and refers to something which is soft, not solid, not firm, easy to squash, and probably a bit fatty. In this case, it refers to parts of the body - squidgy bits (les parties "squidgy" du corps). A bit can mean "un peu" or in this case, une partie de quelquechose. I hope that helps!!

marley said...

I'm trying to shrink my squidgy bits but I'm not joining a gym! I'll stick to trying to eat healthily :)

Babooshka said...

I say no to the gym and I have no squidgy but thanks to the mother genes. Cakes or gym. No contest really is there?