""'Le Bruit et l'odeur "'" ( ) refers to a speech given in 1991 by Jacques Chirac, the mayor of Paris who later became French president; it translates as " noise and smell ."
The album title is a reference to a politically incorrect statement made during a speech given in 1991 by the mayor of Paris and later French president Jacques Chirac ( known as Le bruit et l'odeur ) which was not easily forgotten by many.
In Quebec it is known as the maple milky cap ( Lactaire ?odeur d'�rable ), and is fairly commonly eaten cooked and also sold as a dried powder and used as a spice, much in the same way that the candy cap mushroom is used on the west coast.
The company released its first fragrance, " Comme des Gar�ons ", in 1994.1998 saw the release of Comme des Gar�ons's first " anti-perfume " " Odeur 53 ", a blend of 53 non-traditional notes to create a modern and striking scent.
Societies have a long history of making coarse things sound elegant by speaking them in some language most people in their culture don't understand . a cheap way of improving on " l'odeur de fromage ", if you follow me . . . That being said, I think the closest English-use term to this is probably frottage.
""'The Scent of Green Papaya " "'( French : " L'Odeur de la papaye verte " ) is a 1993 Vietnamese-language film produced in France by Lazennec Production, directed by Vietnamese-French director Tran Anh Hung, and starring Tran Nu Y�n-Kh? Man San Lu, and Thi Loc Truong.
In France, she is best known for her poem beginning with the line " L'odeur de mon pays �tait dans une pomme " ( " In an apple I held the smell of my native land . " ) Her writings express her love of travel and her love for her native Normandy . " L'Ex-voto " ( 1932 ), for example, describes the life and milieu of the fishermen of Honfleur at the opening of the twentieth century.