|Oh c'mon! Chacun à son goût indeed but there must be limits.|
(photo by Steph M Clark)
CHACUN À SON GOÛT
Interjection. Late 18th century.
Each to his (or her) own taste.
Robbie Williams has chacun à son goût tattooed across his chest, which I think is really tacky. But then that's the whole point, isn't it? If you'd like to hear how chacun à son goût is pronounced in an awful English accent, you can listen to it here. As French expressions go, it's uncharacteristically ugly, looking as if someone's son has a particularly bad case of gout. But then maybe its ugliness is appropriate, considering the horrors that might make one exclaim "Chacun à son goût!" Incidentally, if you would like further reason to make such an exclamation, do please have at look at Lexicolatry's post on bondieuserie by clicking here, and on bling-bling by clicking here, though you may want to pre-set your stomachs to 'nauseated' before doing so.
Do please leave your most tasteful comments below, knowing that they may or may not be to my taste.