>Fake French

March 3, 2011 § Leave a comment

I spent the day with Katherine, her French sister-in-law, Marie and her French niece, Gabi.

We hit up all the spots where I usually take French people. The truth is that this was my first time hanging out with the French and it was so fun. Just being around them made me feel more fashionable, more cultured, somehow superior.

Gabi had never been to the United States and it was fun to see New York with her.

Maybe I’ll start a tour service for French visitors. I should probably learn the language first, which sounds like a lot of work. I’m kind of lazy about learning languages. I guess I’ll just have to settle for going to see Rendez-Vous with French Cinema or the Deneuve Film festival (with subtitles, thank you very much).


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