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The French, firstly, is arrogant. He is ignorant enough to think that the French revolution brought A LOT to all of Europe. Yeah, right. UK: still have a queen. Germany: Used to have a king until the World War One. Do I continue? But surely, the French does not know that Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who contributed a lot to the famous French “Droits de l’Homme et du Citoyen” was living in … Geneva, Switzerland. Great! But let us not forget that it is partially because of Lafayette that you Americans eat awful pies on July 4th, and he was French. About the revolution, I want you all to remember that, OK, we killed the king, but what came then, huh? Napoleon, an EMPEROR who is compared in certain countries to Hitler. Yes. Actually, this is a bit unfair because he did good things – such as, permit the girls to NOT get married before the age of sixteen.

Sure, the French likes to riot. Everything is good to create your own revolution. “Excuse me, Sir, but there is a fly in my soup! I protest! Please, everyone, put your hands in the air, and let us make a revolution against this restaurant!” You can see this kind of scenes everyday, everywhere in Paris. Unfortunately, people get used to it and so the French do not react anymore and tourists only take pictures of this funny guy standing on his chair.

The French does not like anything French. Contrary to his German friends, the French is NEVER happy to meet French during a trip foreign, because the French likes to feel like he is a bit from the country he is visiting. Surely he will literally jump on the first frog he sees because he cannot really stand this foreign food, which is so far from the so sophisticated French food.

Talking about food, the French likes to eat weird things. I remember this good old time, when I was about eight and my parents asked me: “What do you want to eat for your birthday?” and immediately I went: “Snails!” France is the only country in the whole world where the parents, after this answer, would then say: ”Okay, so the same than the last year … We’ll get some tomorrow in the morning. Finish your bouillabaisse (fish soup with potatoes, go and read Harry Potter), honey, and after your “tarte tatin” (caramelized apple pie) you’ll get in bed very nicely …” That was good old time.

The French likes sex, but not actual commitment. He sure is the “French kiss” specialist and he generally gets his first sexual experience at three. We could think he is romantic, in fact that does depend on the French. But if you say to a French man “Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?” (which actually means “Do you want to have sex with me tonight?” - I want you ALL to know that) even though he does not know you at all, he will say “Yes”. See? The French man is like every other one. He is luckier because he has got this song thanks to which he can sleep with tourists. Nice.

Let’s talk about style. Forget about the very stylish French. If he has ever existed, he is dead for a long time now and the generations after him forget his precious lessons. Go in the UK to see stylish people. Japan is not bad, either. But no, the French wears a beret which is, let’s admit it, awful on any head when it’s not Samuel L. Jackson’s one. The French just as surely carries a traditional “baguette” (long bread) and a bottle of wine, which is why he is drunk almost all day (at least that is the only explanation I can find to explain why they all got this huge red nose), and he mostly wears black.

Black, because the French is definitely depressed. Full of himself for years, one day a French writer named “Chateaubriand” came, and wrote about how alone and lonely he was. You can find his books in more than ten volumes. But the French just LOVED it. “Oh, I am so sad, I am so alone, no one likes me, blah blah …” - and it became so fashionable to be sad and depressed, that every French started to look like all his family just died. This has been called “Romantisme” and this is how every foreigner started to think that the French was romantic. However, being romantic in such a way does not mean that you will get a very nice man with whom you will be able to walk at night near the Seine (Parisian river) after a tour in the Eiffel tower. NO. Romantic means EMO. E M O! Do not forget it. The French is EMO.

Physically, the French does not look good either. Mostly fat (French food - the French eats a lot, we cannot blame him) and not very tall (our most famous basketball player is Tony Parker - go and see how tall he is, you will laugh), he has an ass in the middle of his face to look like his favourite actor, Gerard Depardieu, of whom you should get a picture from Google to see what the typical French looks like. Note the red nose, by the way.

I think that is all for the moment, but do not worry: I will not leave France so soon, and you will get more details soon, I swear.

This was Sydney Writer, for DeviantArt International.
You liked this one ? You'll like The Students.

Full title : The French, or portrait of the best man in the world.

A huge thanks to ~Void-Hamlet-Herself who helped me to make this text readable to everyone, that was really nice from her :nod: Thanks hon :hug:

As a member of the French community for some years, I had time to study the French in every way he can be.
Here are my results of over 15 years of analysis:


EDIT (Septtembre 18th, 2007):
After a year of "publication", this text has become one of my most viewed deviation, with more than 1,000 views (which is huge ! I never expected so much) but more, it's also my most commented deviation.
It's time for now to analyse the critism I have got.
I didn't count, but let say I have has many comments from France as I have from other countries.
Most comments from non french people are all the same, just read the first page and you'll get the general idea.
Ok.
Now, the others.

I never felt that much hatred for any of my other deviations. And yet I am subversal and some of my movies were quite provocative/shocking, and I got to say I never had bad critism.
Let me show you :
:bulletblue: "Wow, a n00b who has no life and who has dedicated his life to hate French people. -.- get a life dude" ~o0neoblack0o May 19, 2007

I will accept this. It's ok, I totaly understand you can disagree with me. All comments begin this way. Then, I read some things (always the same one) which actualy shocked me :

:bulletblue:"If there was a war right now, USA would probably be destroyed, Asiatic countries would unite with Europe and you would get owned." ~o0neoblack0o May 19, 2007

:bulletblue:"Je trouve amusant qu'un Américain (est-ce bien cela ?) trouve que les français sont gros." ~Maelvilian Jun 8, 2007 (Which could be translated by "I think it's funny that an American think the french are fat") (actually I did a grammar mistake in his sentence...)

:bulletblue:"we eat 10 times less that the Americans"... "( I like verry much England, and too America. But this text offends me! )" ~Lee-Nilvyfa Aug 24, 2007

:bulletblue:"After this, 11 september !" ~Dimentio Sep 7, 2007

And more and more...
So, a thing which I noticed was that... they ALL thought I was American ! I'm so so sorry to see that the cliches about Americans are even worst in France than cliches about French in the US or wherever... That will be something to meditate on...

But finally, a comment made me smile, because a french guy showed he was smarter than the others :

"rofl never mind all I said, the whole arguments we had a little time ago.
When I went back this summer, almost all of my friends smoke, drank (while some were not even 13...), one did blowjobs, the other one was a chain smoker, girls on the street were emos, guys were fugly gays with their little stripped pink and white/black shirts and their gay scooters. France changed. A lot."
~o0neoblack0o, Aug 6, 2007

That's all folks, be prepared for a second year !
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eyeinidas Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
This is funny, I don't know anything about France. I don't think the French-Canadians are so depressed.
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SharpSaber Featured By Owner May 10, 2014
Evil, just pure evil.
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Coralypso Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Student Writer
A travers ce texte tu as démontré une qualité : l'auto-dérision. Ecrire en anglais un texte aussi long, mettant le doute sur tes intentions et ton origine relève d'un certain talent : je ne pensais absolument pas que tu étais Français (je lis toujours l'oeuvre avant de me renseigner sur son auteur), ma surprise a été immédiate. 
Ton écrit, bien qu'il soit très dur est assez véridique. 
Grâce à toi je reste persuadée que la France ne peut être mieux critiquée que par ses habitants eux-mêmes, même si tu décris seulement Paris. Je pense d'ailleurs qu'il y a beaucoup de critiques faites sur les Parisiens mais peu sur les Provençaux ou sur les gens du Nord. On connait évidemment les stéréotypes : le Marseillais au fort accent qui ne peut s'exprimer sans casser les oreilles de son auditoire, qui boit du pastis tous les midis en été confortablement assis à une terrasse de café ou le Lillois surnommé de ch'ti qui a un langage incompréhensible ou encore l'Alsacien qui mange de la choucroute, de la charcuterie et boit de la bière à longueur de journée.
Néanmoins, une critique aussi élaborée que celle que tu viens de nous présenter j'aimerais bien en lire une. Quitte à critiquer la France et ses habitants, autant que tout le monde y passe ! 

J'aime l'ironie et l'auto-dérision, ça prouve une certaine ouverture d'esprit ! 

Tout ça pour dire que ton écrit m'a scandalisée, moi qui cerne habituellement facilement l'ironie, tu m'as déroutée, bravo !  
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latard Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
je me demande s il existe un seul autre pays au monde où l on se livrerais aussi facilement à cet exercice critique. c est peut être là notre seule véritable exception culturelle.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Exactement : je lisais un texte il y a quelques années à propos de la différence culturelle entre les Français et les Américains, et une chose était écrite qui m'a frappé : en France, faire preuve, de manière systématique, "d'esprit critique" est considéré comme un signe d'intelligence (merci les Lumières...). C'est effectivement typiquement français, profondément ancré dans notre culture. En un sens c'est dommage, car c'est ce qui pousse beaucoup d'investisseurs et de créateurs d'entreprises nottament, en dehors de nos frontières : la critique à outrance ne permet pas l'échec, ou du moins, le prévoit en amont là où il pourrait finalement ne pas exister. C'est assez dommageable, et parfois très agréable de sortir de ce système...
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MademoiselleKeehl Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013
C'est vrai que c'est une description assez réaliste-si ce n'est VRAIMENT réaliste- de ce qu'est le Français de nos jours. C'est dommage, vraiment, vu qu'on a quand même pas mal de patrimoine culturel etc.
En tout cas, j'ai vraiment adoré ce texte ! Beaucoup d'humour :) Bravo !
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Merci beaucoup :)
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Salindra Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think you forget to say that french Humor is nothing but Sarcasm, then, maybe you will have had a little less hateful comments ;)
Anyway I laughed a lot :)
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valent1lourbier Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Ahah, vraiment très drôle ! :D
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Elleagil Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
WOW... I didn't knew there were people with so little common sens... I don't know were you come from but I'm sure we can find bad things about your country too... Anyway, try to learn more about us, this text absolutly not represents France.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Professional Filmographer
En parlant de bon sens, il aurait voulu que
1) tu comprennes l'ironie du texte
2) Que tu lises l'intégralité de ce que j'ai écrit avant de commenter.

Je suis Français et j'habite en France. Ce texte présente par l'absurde comment les stéréotypes (quels qu'ils soient, j'ai juste décidé d'en prendre un qui touche une nationalité), n'a aucun sens de part leur fondement même, qui est l'exagération et la généralisation... Le trait est, je trouve, assez forcé pour que l'intention puisse être compris de tous, et pourtant, quelques chauvins français ne comprennent toujours pas... Dommage, c'est finalement ce qui fait de plus de mal à notre réputation sur cette page.
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Elleagil Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Que broma... (d'ailleurs il y a une faute dans ta reply) et bien tu es surement trop intelligent pour le commun des mortels...
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Moins susceptible, déjà... Et il suffisait de prendre deux minutes pour lire les commentaires, ou aller sur ma page, et se rendre compte que j'étais français... On est sur un site qui s'appelle "deviant" art ici, il faut peut-être se préparer à un minimum de réflection avant de crier au loup pour n'importe quelle "déviation"...
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LNDFrance Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Le texte est évidemment exagéré (bien que, et ça a été dit précédemment, je ne suis parvenue à ne plus m'en outrer qu'en ayant appris ta nationalité, les écrits d'un genre proche et très réducteur foisonnant à l'étranger surtout), mais une chose me chagrine toujours dans ce genre d'essais ; la France décrite n'est en fait que Paris. En ce qui concerne d'autres localités, elles ne sont même pas sujettes à ce genre de satires (quoi qu'on en puisse faire bien d'autres) car par trop différentes... Alors au final, l'indignation certaine ressentie en lisant ce texte se résume à ceci ; pas les Français, les Parisiens !
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Soul-of-juju Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2011
Ahaha...Super drôle!C'est vrai que les stéréotypes sont nombreux sur les français...(exemple.je vais aux USA pendant les vacances et les ados de ma famille d'accueil me mettent des escargots morts dans l'assiette...Sans assaisonnement!) J'adore le 3° degrè,alors là ^^ +fav!
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EvyofSherwood Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2011
Obviously this is a rather controversial piece. As a satire I quite like it, although as an American I hear so much mockery about the French that I generally don't have patience for it. But it IS a well done piece.

Actually for me the biggest problem I have is your limited view of the impact of the French Revolution and your analysis of the rest of the period. I'd love to discuss it with you further some time. I find the rest of it well done, even for me who really doesn't find criticism of stereotypes particularly funny, but again I think your perspective on the history of France actually verges on being almost entirely incorrect (which is about impossible to say about any opinion) and at the best is an extremely narrow point of view which refuses to take much into consideration.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Well, as you wrote, it IS a satirical piece.

Let me give you a bit of background here: I actually AM French (it seems like most people who read this paper don't understand it). I can tell you, in French schools, we are taught about the French revolution extensively, mostly about the positive side of it.

This piece, indeed, shows a very narrow view of these historical events, but that's part of the satire. Here I am making a portrait of someone who misuses their little knowledge to make fun of the French, using clichés to make it a bit funnier and ridiculous, and showing this tendency that some people have, to be extremely obnoxious when they think they know about something, when they are only aware of the surface. Not sure if I'm expressing myself right, sorry, but I guess you get the point.

I think that this is what made so many people react the way they did: usually when you make fun of a character, they have to be obviously dumb, obviously ignorant. This piece is about a character (the author) who has knowledge, but misuses. One would argue, it's a knowledgeable dumb. But I guess this was too difficult to understand for some of my readers...
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EvyofSherwood Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011
I see what you are trying to do, but only after you explain it. A valiant attempt, but obviously the idea of it being a satirical piece is not getting across to your readers. Let me rephrase - you have created an obviously satirical piece. "In satire, vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, and society itself, into improvement" (Wikipedia). What you were trying to create was a satirical piece about those who write ill-informed satirical pieces and it is THAT which is not making it across.

I suggest studying Jonathan Swift (Notable pieces: A Modest Proposal and Gulliver's Travels) to help to get an idea about how maybe you could revise this piece/create others in the future.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Yes, clearly, the main idea is kind of hidden behind the immediate trolling sensation you get from the piece. But to be perfectly honest with you, it doesn't bother me this much. I wrote this when I was 15, as a mash up of things I heard from various foreign friends or random people, and compiled them for fun. It made some people laugh, it pissed some people off... In the end it's all fine. I spent 30 minutes writing this, and I don't think rewriting it is necessary nor would it add anything to it. I've written much more serious pieces before and after, and this one is just one out of many.

To be honest, now it's just a way to randomly amuse me as I still get long angry posts about it, 5 years after. Clearly, this text is here much more for my enjoyment than for anybody else's.

Thank you for your recommendation, though. We have some great satiric writers in France too, such as Voltaire or Diderot, who in fact wrote pieces pretty similar to this one.
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AnnaKlava Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh my god, I loved this piece! XD I love the funny hate comments you got too, I can't believe some don't even realize you are French yourself and said you studied the french for 15 years. Obvious answer right there. :)
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petalsusie Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2010
Wow that was hilarious... oddly the only French people I know are either complete A**es or are extremely hot, nice people. They arent very romantic, tho, but great kissers.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Yes we're quite extreme in this way :D Some of us still are romantic, though... Just browse through the nerds :p
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natalee2 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2010
Currently living in Paris, most of what you wrote seems to be true, especially the "the french hate anything french"
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2010  Professional Filmographer
How do you like Paris, though? :)
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natalee2 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2010
i'm currently moving back from Paris to Belgium (my native country) cause i can't stand this city anymore.
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NoirOngiri Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2010
I'm French... why you hatin'?
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2010  Professional Filmographer
I'm not...

Et surtout, je suis Français aussi...
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NoirOngiri Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2010
I know. I are just joking, kayz?
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Naerysia Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2010
Alors, que dire...

Tout d'abord, bonne initiative satirique, j'apprécie...
Le fait que certains compatriotes n'aient pas compris l'ironie du texte ne m'étonne guère. Pourquoi ? Tout simplement parce que l'on peut trouver sur internet et sur deviantart même (bien qu'en nombre très limité) des textes ou commentaires très semblables au tien, à la différence qu'ils sont totalement sérieux. Ton texte, bien que jouant sur l'exagération, ne parvient paradoxalement pas à être assez outrancier pour sembler absurde si l'on ne prend pas le temps de lire attentivement le texte de la présentation qui montre que tu habite en France... Et j'imagine que certains étrangers qui ont lu ce texte n'ont pas dû aller chercher si loin.
Ah, sinon, la lecture des commentaires donne l'impression que tu acceptes mal la critique (je cite de mémoire : "je crois l'avoir parfaitement accompli", "ma critique, telle que celles de Montesquieu...", "ceux qui ne me comprennent pas sont des cons"... Ma mémoire a tendance à être déficiente sur la forme, comme tu le vois) Peut-être est-ce en réaction aux remarques d'incompréhension, mais quoi qu'il en soit, ne devrais tu pas mieux réagir au fait que ta vision en tant auteur n'est pas obligatoirement celle des autres ? Certaines de tes réponses donnent une impression d'arrogance qui est je l'espère non justifiée.

Sur ce, je le répète, j'ai personnellement apprécié ton texte après avoir su que tu étais français. Et pour les points à critiquer, je rajouterais la réputation de couardise des Français, qui comme chacun le sait n'ont jamais remporté une seule bataille, et attendent que d'autres viennent leur sauver la mise à chaque conflit majeur...
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Pour ce qui est du refus de la critique, on pourrait le dire si j'avais reçu de réelles critiques. Comme je l'ai répondu à quelqu'un d'autre quelque minutes plus tôt, ce texte ne doit pas être pris trop au sérieux. Certain l'ont pris trop sérieusement, tout en ne se renseignant pas assez par ailleurs avant de me répondre. Ensuite, je leur répondais selon mon humeur, sans trop grand sérieux non plus, même si je pense que les private joke sont restées très... "private".

Sinon, quand même, faut pas exagérer, on a gagné quelques batailles...
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hello-frenchees Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2010
très sympa merci
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Poster-Seven Featured By Owner May 22, 2010
Although some of these things are true (like the young French taking on the American sub culture of emo, or at least, the fashion of emo), I don't think it's appropriate to make such sweeping generalizations of a group of people based on personal experience.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2010  Professional Filmographer
In fact I'm only using experience from other people than me, not mine...

And it's meant to be satirical anyway: I'm French myself...
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Poster-Seven Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2010
That's strange. Your post seemed to be of the 1st person perspective, until you started quoting others in the latter part of the post. And yes, I know your French. Your account info says so, and I read through a couple pages of the comments before making me response. Your response and those of your supporters did not seem to be satirical, unless it was some roleplay thing. Indeed, it seems that you were completely serious, if the response was anything to go by.

I've noticed something too. Self-deprecating humor/social commentary among the Parisians seems to be common now, whether it be on blogs, in the tv shows, or the songs of the rock bands that seem to be springing up. I wonder what sort of social movement sparked that. Is it a reaction to Sarkozy or something? I am interested in this.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Sorry if it took a while to answer your comment.

The text was meant to be satirical, the responses, not necessarily. I was just pissed off because some of the French readers didn't get the point of the text. It wasn't meant to be highly philosophical or anything, in fact, the most important thing about this is that it wasn't meant to be taken seriously AT ALL. But some reactions were way too serious, and therefore I was pissed, and took the serious approach against these readers.

You're right though: self loathing has become a very popular thing amongst Parisians. I think it's a new way to be cool or something. Nothing political, though... I think we just like to hate things.
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u-chi-ne Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2010
:) ça fait du bien de voir que quelques personnes sont capables de faire dans la dérision!
Par contre, les commentaires font VRAIMENT peur...purée, y'en a qui ont de la haine à revendre :o!
(je précise quand même qu'en tant que française, je désapprouve totalement la nullité de notre équipe de foot. Bizarrement, les joueurs sont "bons" pris séparement, mais dès qu'on les met sur le même terrain...bref)
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Merci :)
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kayako-chan Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2010
Tu n'est pas anglais(e)?

ps: Bon aller, j'avoue c'était un clin d'œil idiot à Obèlix. On ne m'y reprendra plus, promis.
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kayako-chan Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2010
C'était très drôle, mais presque réaliste...Ils sont fous ces anglais!
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Pourquoi les anglais ?
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i-was-so-blind Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
:heart: I really love this. But you forgot a few things...

- The French are the STUPIDEST people in the world
- They have a DISGUSTING national anthem.
- There are only 2 professions: prostitute or drug dealer
- They practically INVENTED pornography and prostitution
- All French schools have violent and overly sensitive teachers
- Their football team ALWAYS loses, and they mess with the scores to hide it
- And the 'city' named Dijon is really a pigsty and a slum full of alcoholics!

Makes you proud to be French. NOT. :roll:

Think America is bad? At least they're not THAT bad. And if ANYONE speaks up for that landfill site that calls itself a country, we can both punish them like this... :fork:

In a nutshell, I love, cherish, adore and worship this.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Seems like you made a trip to Dijon recently... Well, actually, anything French but not Parisian is not worth anything.

While I am glad you enjoyed this, I am afraid you didn't really understand the irony in this... But well, the art sometimes slips from the artist intends...
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i-was-so-blind Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Oh, and PS: The A-bomb should have been dropped on France instead of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in WWII.
France = :trash::shithappens::puke:
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Yeah you're definitely a troll. Or you're just dumb.
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i-was-so-blind Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
NO, I'M NOT DUMB. I KNOW WHAT I'M SAYING IS TRUE.

Or was your essay intended to be a satire?
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Yes, it is. And the simple fact that you didn't get it (even though I gave you a hint in my first answer) proves my point. Period.
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i-was-so-blind Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Oh, I'm sorry. I responded the way I did because I thought you really meant that stuff. My most sincere apologies.
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Apologies accepted.
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clemdragon Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2010
I'm french.
I think most of what you say is wrong or is cliches.
I just saw an other french saying that was wright.
So I think you shouldn't make generalizations. French peoples are all differents as peoples of others. I hate snails and never eaten frogs. (However I'd like to try just to see. ^^)

I was sad to see how negative was it.
However some parts where funny. ^^ Especially the one with Depardieu. Made me laught!
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NEOkeitaro Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Mais pourquoi les français ont-ils l'habitude de ne pas lire les commentaires d'une déviation avant de la commenter ?

Evidemment que ce texte est rempli de clichés, puisque justement ce sont ces même clichés qu'il s'agit de discréditer... Les français sont comme tous les autres. Je le sais, je connais les autres au moins aussi bien que je connais les français.
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