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4 | Zee Famous French Accent This goes without saying that whether you’re interested in someone or it’s just your local postman, the rolling z’s on every other word will make you instantly melt.
Robin quickly learned that disagreeing in English gives him the upper hand since it’s hard to stay annoyed when hes saying “but cherie, zis is how it iz in la France.” Right, right, right la France my butt.
It is really so liberating to date someone who’s been raised in society that is so open and accepting about affection. 3 | No Shame Cocktails Obviously, there are exceptions to every rule, but men are generally more in touch with their “feminine side” in France meaning certain behaviors that are socially acceptable in France, could be considered emasculating in the US.
One of these things happens to be a favorite of mine: ordering those deliciously, girly, sugar induced cocktails.
Make sure you wait a few minutes extra for your date to show up, just to be sure.
for an answer If you have asked a French person to go out on a date and they have said no, all is not lost.
Naturally, a lot of the things on our list were there because they create tension points in our spunky, bi-cultural relationships.
5 | #Travel Tribe Coming from a large family in the US, we traveled a lot by car around the States since flying for six was too expensive and international travel was a real luxury.
The French just let those hormone ridden teenagers roll around on the grass dry humping each other in public while families stroll around, holding hands and smiling at them like “oh young love, those were the good ole days.” I grew up in a protestant area of the US.
My parents wouldn’t let any boys anywhere near my room, the lights in the basement were always on when they were over, and my little sister often came downstairs to check on me if there was any one-on-one time going on.
They don’t call it the language of love for nothing.
The French can be literally bitching out the next-door neighbor and it sounds delish.