Dating a french
The French just tend to talk over one another and they also love to defend themselves.While that comes off as arrogant to many, defending your stance or belief in any argument is a character trait that is considered strong in the country.
In 2013, cigarette sales dropped by 7.6%—that’s about 4 billion less cigarettes than the previous year.The significant decrease is attributed to French turning to electronic cigarette smoking instead.According to a recent survey, about 7.7 million French people are now using e-cigarettes on a daily basis.That observation, or more like a rant, is from a US tire company chief executive delivered to France’s industry minister in a letter.In that same letter, the executive further criticized that the French have one hour for breaks and lunch, three hours for work and three hours for chitchats.We all have our opinions and beliefs about what French men are like. Find out below as we list down and investigate ten myths about France’s male population.
When travelers were polled with a question of who are the rudest people in the world, guess who came out on top? While travelers love and adore Paris, apparently, it’s not the same case for its people.
We could go and on but we wouldn’t see France until rank 59th. Compared with the top ranks, it’s considerably lower which means people should just stop caricaturing the French people as the epitome of smoking public.
Whoever started the myth that French men stink was just jealous. We all know how the French are known for their kisses, culinary masterpieces, intellect and exceptional romantic xxxx. Seldom, if not at all, will you encounter a Parisian that smells bad.
Despite the 16% less in working hours, France still manages to stay on par with its neighbors.
Aside from the iconic Eiffel Tower, what is France famous for? Not only is it considered a timeless gesture of affection but it is also dubbed as the most passionate kisses there is. It is an art form that French men more than willingly and happily indulge even in public.
With 55% of males confirming they’ve had sexual affairs with other people other than the one they’re in a relationship with, the verdict points to the French and Italian men as top philanderers. Even though 45% of men in France remain faithful to their lady loves and wives, the majority are still committing the crime of juggling two or maybe even more lovers at the same time.