Friday, October 18, 2013

there will be other’s comeing soon

You heard it here first: additional Barshevskies coming across the pond to visit Leyeh in the Big Appel. Meanwhile, we're almost passing for wit again in the highlighted portion below. 

Hug’s to you. It is terrible when any of us have old SKELETEON”s in our closet’s from disgusting things that happened to us from peeople who we trusted to protect us but who did NOT. FOOEY on them!
But you have taken the first step, and that is to talk about it. Talk is the best medicine. Like my mom alway’s says: Medicine has to taste bad to be good. Mom is smart alot of the time, and this is one of them.
I do NOT have anything to add but HUG’s here. I did read on Face Book that the relative’s in Budapest are thrilled about comeing here to visit, and there will be other’s comeing soon now b/c we are such great host’s!
One wierd thing. Oleg told me that it is fully acceptable in Budapest for a man to grab a woman’s tuchus in public, even if they are NOT dateing. It is evidentely an expression of fondness that is done with both FREIND’s and FAMILY and for others that are freindly in nature. I told him that was NOT the custom in the USA and NOT to go around grabbeing anyone’s tuchus in the USA. I think I told him just in time b/c he was goeing to do this to someone on the Circle Line. I would NOT want to have to figure out how to get him out of jail b/c I am NOT a criminal lawyer. It is good that we spoke early b/c there are alot of cultureal differences. Igor also likes to stare alot, but he said it is b/c of his ASTIGEMETISZM. FOOEY! I do NOT want to tell this to Frank or he will also have this same condition. DOUBLE FOOEY!


  1. Laughing out loud at this one... Having grown up just a few hours away from Budapest, and having lived in the city for a semester, I can tell you for certain that men in Budapest to do not just grab women's tuchuses in public.

  2. Thank you for this cross-cultural perspective! That is not the strong suit here at ELLENWatch, I admit.

  3. Those relatives might, given the chance, have poked Ellen's poon?