Tag Archives: france

Tip, I hate you.

I went back to France for a while and it was wonderful. Everything was wonderful, of course, it was home. I got to eat food without cinnamon, take the bus, be strong and not use the bathroom for a whole … Continue reading

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French women don’t pee. It’s called survival instinct.

When you’re a girl and you have to spend the day outside of your comfy home, there is always a moment when you’ll need a bathroom. Not that guys don’t pee, just that it’s easier to pee outside when you’re … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving, jour des dindes

(you can read this post in English here) Aujourd’hui c’est Thanksgiving, le jour de la dinde (pas moi) et où on est reconnaissant. Une fête familiale. Alors bon, l’avantage d’être à l’étranger, c’est qu’on n’a pas de famille avec nous, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving as a foreigner

(vous pouvez lire cet article en français ici) Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving! When you are not from the US, it’s easy not to upset your boyfriend’s family, no fight over “are we going to spend it with your family or mine” etc. … Continue reading

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Dear US people, did you know that you put cinnamon in everything?

I hate cinnamon. It was never a big problem in my life, I mean, come on, it’s not like if I was a vegetarian. But not liking cinnamon in the US is like being a vegetarian in France. I tried … Continue reading

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