Al fresco

Posted by Teach on December 10, 1999

In Reply to: Al fresco posted by pippo on December 10, 1999

: Italian "AL FRESCO" does not mean "in the open air",
: but just the opposit : "IN JAIL !" literally.
: Regards

And there was I thinking that 'In Jail' roughly translated as 'In Prigione'. But what do I know? Perhaps 'Al Fresco' equates in some way to being in the cooler: but as I said I'm not Italian so not an expert on these matters. Nonetheless it would be an odd outcome if half the world had misunderstood 'Al Fresco' for all these long years: but you never know 'out of the mouths of babes.'.