Dating a french man
This means most Frenchmen have at least spent some time devouring pizza in Italy or throwing back beer in Belgium.
A year abroad is also compulsory for many top schools in France, so they often have an experience living abroad too.
I comfortably run errands, go to work or go out for a drink without makeup… I don’t feel the need anymore to put on makeup so I don’t scare my colleagues.
I put on makeup for myself now and that feels pretty damn good.
And then don’t even get me started on actually speaking the French language.
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.
I clearly married Robin in all his fabulous Frenchness, so while I could list hundreds of positive reasons, I’ll stick to 8 so you don’t conk out mid article :p 1 | Players Gonna Play I’m not a game player.I recently wrote an article and filmed a video with my favorite Kiwi and “Not Even French” You Tube extravaganza Rosie about the things we wish we would have known before dating a Frenchie.Naturally, a lot of the things on our list were there because they create tension points in our spunky, bi-cultural relationships.Don’t get me wrong, wine, beer, liquor, really all types of alcohol are popular in France.
I’m not suggesting that if you walk into a bar all men are casually sipping on drinks with little umbrellas in them.
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.