The Top 11 Things I Learned in Paris

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The Top 11 Things I Learned in Paris

Paris was quite the experience and an amazing place for any trip. My recent visit there on my honeymoon opened my eyes to the great differences between cultures and countries. Some places like here in Canada may seem behind in technology, but we are ahead in many others including research and certain social aspects.

Paris was quite the experience and an amazing place for any trip. My recent visit there on my honeymoon opened my eyes to the great differences between cultures and countries. Some places like here in Canada may seem behind in technology, but we are ahead in many others including research and certain social aspects. While I was there, my wife and I complied a list of things that we learned and wanted to share, some of it funny, some of it interesting. This is meant to be more entertaining than anything, so I hope no one takes offense, and if so I apologize in advance. Let us know what you think, these are the top 11 things we learned:

 

  1. Speaking english words with a french accent does not make the word more french
  2. Adding an accente-gu to a persons name does make the person french
  3. A bagette is not to be used a baseball bat
  4. It is ok for the public to see your undergarments through white shirts, skirts, and dresses
  5. Women love their gladiator shoes
  6. Fahion designers love their flower prints
  7. Frizzy hair is ok
  8. Walking is tiring (we were spoiled with flat ground in Toronto)
  9. Italian clothing is inexpensive
  10. Walls are not sound-proof
  11. “If you want French porn, visit the Louvre” Sarah Maing, 2010

Visit Paris, it’s worth the experience!

1 Comment

  1. Warren says:

    “1. Speaking english words with a french accent does not make the word more french” made me LOL 🙂
    I can totally see you, or myself, doing something like that.

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