First Impressions of France: No French, No Shoes, No Service

2 thoughts on “First Impressions of France: No French, No Shoes, No Service”

  1. That’s an interesting social experiment. I’m gonna go to some small village in, like, Idaho and start speaking Greek to everybody. Let’s see how long it takes before they call the white coats on me.

    1. I see your point, and I’m not denying that we-who-don’t-speak-French are annoying, but Idaho wouldn’t refuse you service. They might probably roll their eyes and talk badly about you in the kitchen, but they’d give you food. If anything, I felt like I was in the segregated south.

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