‘Allo, Mah Darl-leeng…

Ah apollo-jahse for arriveeng in your keetchen wisout an een-vee-tay-shon, but I could not keep mahzelf away. You look so ravisheeng in your housecoat and slipp-ayres, my loff. Now, eef you weel cease wis zhe shriekeeng, I shall make zhe toast to your beauty…

Via Mashable. Update: “not”



  1. kallisto73 says:

    Nomtom, how about that coffee table book? For Valentine’s 2015?

  2. Cambridge Rat Mom says:

    A little dumbo. Kisses on your little face, baby. To love rats is to love their beautiful little hands. If they had thumbs, they would have taken over the world by now.

  3. Emmberrann says:

    Ze Conteenentahl (a tv personality from the Dark Black And White Only Ages) makes ze leemeeted return ahngazhmont (engagement in Frawngleesh)! A` votre sante’!!

  4. kallisto73, I second that.

  5. snarkygirls9 says:

    “Now, eef you weel cease wis zhe shriekeeng.”

  6. I assume it should be “But I could not keep myself away”?

  7. I’ll third it!

  8. I also adore their leetle hands, not to mention their seashell earses. 🙂

  9. Remy, is that you? (from Ratatouille, in case anyone is wondering)

  10. whatthelump says:

    LOLOLOL! I lost it at that point. Oh, how I love Pepe Le Pews, no matter what the incarnation.

  11. Ahh.. but no! Other return ahngazhmonts did hahpen! Ze Conteenentahl was spoofed lahvingly by SNL and Chris Walken in…I wanna…the 90s? I never saw the B & W, but I did so love Mr Walken and his cham-pag-nah

  12. One of my favorite SNL skits ever! (I especially loved when you could see the hairy arm of the cameraman peek out from his evening gloves)

  13. Puh-leeezzze? With sugar on top?

  14. A very understanding rattie.

  15. Never met a rodent I didn’t like. Bonus points for continental accented rodentials.

  16. Or when his mustache started peeling off. The audience lost it.

  17. And ears at 9 and 3. For the B&W, see “The Gay Divorcee”, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, 1933. On YouTube here: