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  • Their Fries
  • fries.
  • Their class.
  • surrendering, cheese eating comes to mind
  • their diet
  • speaking french, they really excel at it.
  • Not having a spine,
  • many things. many, many things, all of which i do not know. lol im sooo helpful
  • Not taking critism well?
  • hating americans and just about everyone else
  • Being rude assholes.
  • Berets
  • Hairy armpits (women) Smelling of garlic Smoking in restaurants Licking the boots of Germans
  • Being French and acting like it doesn't bother anyone.
  • French letters?
  • arrogance and rudeness.
  • Lost of stuff. Little of it has any truth to it, so does it even matter?
  • Berets. Cheese, Wine, Cuisine, Fashion, Perfumes, Art, Bastille, Huguenots. Lotsa' Louis Kings. Gregary Lemarchal. Croissants. etc.
  • kissing
  • wee wee
  • My first girlfriend was REALLY horny. She was French. I'll remember that 'til the day I die. The French are great cooks and even better lovers. :-)
  • being rude, pushing in queues, surendering during the war, riots, eating garlic, making baguets, playing for the boring arsenal!
  • Being obtuse and hating Americans. (They have very short memories!)
  • Arrogance and rudeness primarily Parisiennes France is famous for many things Champagne, Wines, Paris a wonderful City, Cuisine Perfumes Haute Couture. Saying NO to everything the rest of the world asks them
  • french maids
  • -French kissing -the French tickeler -French toast -French's mustard -French fries -French braids -French maid outfits -The French Prince of Bel Air -Really skinny mustaches that you tweeze with your fingers constantly -Black and white striped shirts -Bright red berets -Gerard Depardieu -Other fat guys that go "Hau, hau, hau. Oui, oui!" -Champagne and being angry at other people who call sparkeling white wines champagne -those little chocolates with the chocolate sprinkles on them that they sell at See's -Body hair and odor -Eating snails -the French Mistake -the French Connection -The Red Balloon and other crappy movies -Botching up the Louisiana Purchase -Botching up the Italian Wars -Botching up the Hundred Years War -Botching up the War of Spanish Succession -Botching up the Napoleonic Wars -Botching up the... well you get the point. -Their only real military victory coming during the French Revolution when France faced...well... France.
  • The Eiffel Tower The Statue of Liberty French Pastry Fashions High Speed Railway system The best health care system in the World Tour de France Month long public holidays Romance (Paris)
  • the language french where we're all probably going to have to learn when we get into high school...
  • Les français sont connus pour être vachement arrogants, impolis et têtus. Et surtout pour avoir aidé et collaboré avec les Nazis dans la deuxième guerre mondiale, ce qui est honteux. Comment is se sont échappés d'un tel crime contre l'humanité je ne comprendrai jamais.
  • stinkin, not bathing, too much cologne, women not shaving legs/ underarms
  • Wine,cheese, baguettes,onions,and chocolate.
  • Absolutely nothing useful.
  • Inventing champagne!
  • Forgetting that America and the UK and other allies liberated them twice in a matter twenty seven years and sacrificed our lives for their freedom.Their police collaborated with the Germans by rounding up the Jews and Communists to send them to concentration camps. Refused to hand over their Navy and preferred the Germans to have it,so the British had to sink their entire fleet at Marseilles. French (not Vichy) joined the German army including the SS to surpress their own countrymen Had a week spined army in the liberation of Kuwait whose army commanders led their soldiers away in a different from the battlfield so they saw no action whatsover.Most probably a map reading error.lol Have got into bed with the Germans once again in the EEC Government.Refuse to compromise and are very arrogant. And finally, lined the roads of France with tree's so that their friends the germans could march in the shade (Joke)
  • Fries, Bread, and Mardi Gras...
  • food and capitulation
  • Their "I'm better than you" attitude. My entire family is french (Paris) except me.
  • 1. Good French recipes 2. Adorable accents 3. Charming men 4. perfumed soaps 5. Topless at the beach! 6. Nice perfumes. 7. Great art! 8. Love 9. clothes designs
  • Large loaves of bread sticking out of brown paper bags in movies
  • Good food, cheese, wine, art, fine culture, infidelity, philosophers, moulin rouge, risque behaviour,arrogance, capitulating in war.
  • Cheese, wine, fashion.
  • Hating Americans and not bathing frequently.
  • Mmmmm, wine. And phylloxera.
  • Eating snails
  • 1) French people are famous for: - France, one of the oldest nations in Europe, a former World power and one of the grounders of the European Union, - in particular, the French Revolution, which propagated democratic ideals which were followed by many other nations, - the French language, which is spoken in some other countries, and by many people as a foreign language; there is a great literature and there are great songs in that language, - the French culture, a great part of it happened in Paris, but could also integrate the culture of many immigrants, - part of the culture are also: cooking, cheese, wine, fashion, perfumes. 2) On that page you can find a list of French people of note: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_people 3) Unfortunately, there are also some things for which French people are *infamous*. French history was not always glorious, for instance some French people collaborated actively with the German by the Holocaust, the massacre of Protestants in the religion wars, the massacres of Palatinate and other atrocities in Indochina or in North Africa. Also, there are some stereotypes about the French which are hard to kill. "Francophobia, or Gallophobia, as well as Francophobe, are terms that refer to a dislike toward the government, culture, history, or people of France or the Francophonie. Its antonym is francophilia. Contemporary prejudice against the French often derives from criticisms from the immediate post-World War II period and the way of life of the artistic and philosophic elite of the time. Francophobia has existed in various forms and in different countries for centuries. In China, the term "Francophobia" (恐法症) became widely known in 2006 in the context of the eight-year standing football rivalry between Brazil and France by local media under its literal meaning of "Fear of the French". However, this is a misnomer stemming from the use of the word "phobia," the Greek word for "fear."" Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francophobia "112 Gripes about the French [with their refutation] Published in Paris in 1945 by the 'Information & Education Division' of the US Occupation Forces." Source and further information: http://www.112gripes.com/ 4) "A Francophile (or Gallophile) is a person who has a strong interest in French culture. This could include France itself and its history, the French language, French cuisine, literature, etc. The opposite of a Francophile is a Francophobe (or Gallophobe) -- someone who dislikes all that is French. Francophilia often arises in former French colonies where the élite spoke French and adopted many French habits—although places where resentment against French customs is often fresh in the mind of the population (such as Algeria and Vietnam) might instead want to dispense with French culture. In some countries such as Romania, French culture has also long been popular among the educated classes. Even in the United States, the French language is still one of the main foreign languages taught in school. French Canadians who have adapted French culture could also be considered Francophiles. Historically, Francophilia has been associated with supporters of the philosophy of French Enlightenment during and after the French Revolution, where democratic uprisings challenged the autocratic countries of Europe." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francophile 5) Please read here in the comment thread to that answer my views about the anti-Americanism by some French people: http://www.answerbag.com/a_view/8157066
  • France

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