Easy Patient

Sorry for the lack of updates, since I’m feeling optimal again, I’m catching up with my life.

So, I had an appointment at my dermatologist this morning…

Things you don’t know about me:

  • I’m extremely self-conscious
  • I love to kiss
  • I love ass
  • I love dick
  • I’m obsessed with my skin


Yeah so, I found small brown spot on my bum the other day, so I immediately called my dermatologist for an appointment. Obviously I thought I was dying of something, but I was mostly bothered ’cause my skin (jokes aside) is pretty flawless and I don’t want it any other way.

So my doctor was like… “What can I do for you now” So I showed him my bum “I hate this”. He said there was nothing to be alarmed and since he knows me and he knows how fuking annoying I am, he handed me a prescription and said “Your skin will be perfect again”.

So I was like “Thanks doctor I like the tone of my bum even…” He laughed and told me “You’re the easiest patient I have”.

Seriously, he cashes about $100 in the 10 seconds that he takes with me but he’s also one of the best dermatologist in the city. So, totally worth it! 

Thanks For Making Me A Fighter

So… I’ve been fighting a nasty virus these days. 

I thought it was an ordinary cold, but the fever and assorted horrible symptoms tells me is a flu or god-knows-what…

I’m not a doctor, but it would be very easy to be one ’cause all they do is telling you to “take a Tylenol” and nothing else.

That said, I spent 6 hours last Friday at the hospital trying to see a doctor ’cause I was feeling awful, but I saw nobody. Saturday morning I went to another clinic and after 3 hours of waiting I finally saw one… Who didn’t do anything to make me feel better… Doctors here (at least in Quebec) don’t do anything unless you’re in the last stage of death. #FACT

Anyway, back home all frustrated and exhausted I went straight to bed and spent the whole day with fever lying there.

Today Sunday I feel a lot better (I’m blogging!)

My sore throat pain is almost gone, no fever and less cough. And all that thanks to my right choices by drinking ginger with lime and honey (mixed in a blender,) few Tylenol and lots of sleep.

The truth is I rarely get sick (I’m usually Wolverine,) but in this case I take full responsibility on my condition ’cause I’ve been neglecting myself a lot the past few months.

3 to 4 hours of sleep on daily basis ce n’est pas très santé! You cannot lead a healthy existence that way. Also, kissing many boys at the same time was not very wise of me either. So, yeah I know how to do a mea culpa.

However, it would be nice if a doctor were able to make your misery less painful. But since they DON’T, thanks for making me a fighter! 

Tune Of The Day: CANADA DAY Edition

Bubblegum by Bobby Bazini 

Up We Go by LIGHTS 

Une Version Améliorée de la Tristesse by Peter Peter 

Selfish by Virginia To Vegas 

Reminder by The Weeknd 

Hotline Bling by Drake

It Happens All the Time by Tyler Shaw


Body 2 Body by Dragonette 

Brand New Bitch by Anjulie

Nos Derniers Pas by Renee Wilkin



And as a proud Canadian, here are 7 reasons why I love Canada.

1) The beautiful nature that one finds in Canada… the lakes, the forests, the mountains, the arctic and the sea. The incredible variety of landscapes across this vast land.

2) The quality of life, our healthcare system, our “peace keeping tradition” and the equality for everyone.

3) The beauty of cities such as Ottawa, Quebec City, and Victoria to name a few…


4) Our 2 official languages (English & French) and the amount of polyglots in the country.

5) The diversity of its  gorgeous and super cool open minded people.

6) Our coloured money.

7) The LEGENDARY Christopher Plummer, the late Loenard Cohen and Leslie Nielsen, Shania Twain, Celine Dion, Linda Evangelista, Jim Carrey, Kim Cattrall (a.k.a SAMANTHA JONES,) Ryan Gosling, Ryan Raynolds, Rachel McAdams (a.k.a REGINA GEORGE,) Pamela Anderson boobs, Sandra Oh, Evangeline Lilly, Alanis Morissette, Michael Bublé, Shawn Mendes, Drake, The Weeknd, Alessia Cara, Diana Krall,  Nelly Furtado, etc, etc, etc…

What I dislike: Quebec double tax (UGH!), my passport picture, Justin Bieber doucheness, the embarrassing seal hunt, Canada’s 4 seasons: Almost winter, winter, still winter, and construction.



Street Heroes

This happened early this morning in downtown Montreal…

I was on my way to the gym when I saw 3 baby raccoons hiding behind a bike, as some people were trying to keep them safe. Then, one of them ran to the road and I ran after him, so came back to the pavement.

The scene reminded of the end 2010 when I tried to save an unleashed dog that also ran to the road… Sadly that dog was hit by a reckless driver. A sad episode I won’t forget.

This time, wasn’t all bad. The baby raccoons were 5 in total and they kept them safe inside a cardboard box waiting for the local Wildlife Rescue to pick them up.

Bravo to all the heroes, particularly to the lady wearing that red helmet. 


It was celebrated in ancient Greece, ignored during the Middle Ages, and rediscovered by scientists over and over before the scientific community finally agreed that it exists.

What are we talking about? The clitoris of course!

Canadian screenwriter and animation director Lori Malépart-Traversy has decided to educate the internet on what that elusive clitoris actually is. And she’s done it in the most adorable short documentary, which has already picked up multiple awards around the world including the Best Short Film Award at Festival Vues d’en face 2017 and the Best Documentary at Chicago Feminist Film Festival 2017.

So put on your science cap and let’s get educated because not everything on my blog has to be about penis.


Tune Of The Day: QUEBEC’s Day Edition

Today’s Tune Of The Day is dedicated to our GREAT bilingual talent. Awesome artists that deserve more recognition.

Comment Te Dire Adieu by Stefie Shock ft. Laurence Nerbonne 

Creature Comfort by Arcade Fire


Différents by Marie-Mai  

Carry On by Coeur de Pirate

Over Your Shoulder by Chromeo 

J’aime Ta Grand-Mère by Les Trois Accords

Pleure Pas by Lydia & Sebastien

Miami by Ariane Moffatt

L’Amour by Karim Ouellet