* it’s Saturday… I think I’m gonna watch my favourite movie again (for the 100x)

On September 3, 1973 6:28 pm and 32 sec. a blue fly of the Calliphorides species, whose wings can flutter 14670 times per minute landed in Saint-Vincent Street, Montmartre. At the exact same second, outside a restaurant, the wind was sweeping in under a tablecloth, causing the glasses to dance without anybody noticing it. At the same time, on the fifth floor of avenue Trudaine, Eugène Koler, erased the name of his best friend, Émile Maginot,in his adress-book after coming home from his funeral. Still at the same second, a spermatozoon containing an X-chromosome and belonging to M. Raphaël Poulain was reaching the ovum of Mrs Poulain, born Amandine Fouet. Months later a girl was born:
Amélie Poulain.

    • Lynne
    • June 23rd, 2010

    my favorite too Toni!!! x

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