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Actually, the very concept of dating is not very clearly defined in France. It mostly consists in saying “Would you like to [insert something about dining, going to a movie or similar activities here] together?
” You usually ask this to the girl after you’ve known her a little, having met her at work, school, through common friends, etc.
It is the case with any rule, but even more so with dating, especially because too many people assume that dating is .
With that being said, I know you’re all dying to know the rules of dating in France… Well, that’s not exactly true, but let’s say that there are much fewer rules than in many other countries, especially the US (as usual, I’ll compare mostly to the US, partly because this is the foreign culture I know the best, partly because most of the readership is American). Asking someone else out in France is not that different from many other places I guess.
If the sun is shining, tell him you’d love to take a walk along the Seine.
“Now,” she said, fixing a gimlet eye on her Franco-American nephews. ” She was obviously astonished to have seen lots of their “friends” but no “girlfriends” among them.’ Well, of course, in an ideal world I want to answer that question by saying, ‘Let’s do champagne at Le Meurice followed by the Opéra, topped off with a horse and carriage ride that would leave me right at the foot of my door.’ Once my head stops spinning and I’m brought back to the present moment, however, I have once made the regrettable decision of simply answering, ‘Oh, I don’t mind. ’ My date then suggested going for a drink at a bar in Le Marais.This sounded perfect until I Googled the bar and saw it was listed as, ‘Un établissement gay et lesbian’.Actually, I’d never really considered the whole matter of girlfriends because French kids run around in groups, and if they pair off it is generally invisible to the human (translate parental) eye.
About the same time, I got a phone call from an American friend in Paris.
This is not something I do in Toulouse, and I have noticed that people are a little less polite here. Old women, of course, have to stay standing up, which is hardly surprising since they appear to have become invisible (best not be old in Paris, in any case). ) for women over here is that it takes a relatively long time to get to this stage of invisible old age.