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While Paris watches over our Marc Jacobs and David Sedaris, New York gives France's former first lady, Cecilia (Sarkozy) Attias, her morning jog and filmmaker Michel Gondry an endless playground for the imagination.
Luckily for us jaded New Yorkers, we're right at home with French cynicism and love of intellectual conversation and the Frenchies love us for our...chutzpah, only they call it Whether you're in search of the endless charm of a love affair with a French person or a reverse-greencard, here are a couple tips for dating French people in New York: They travel in herds: Checking out an early Cedric Klapisch film at Alliance Francaise, attending a NYC French Social meet-up, or crashing a party by Accueil, a social organization for French people, or hunting with other Francophiles at French Tuesdays, it's important to know that like any community abroad, the French travel in herds.
If I had a Euro for every time a guy mimics the stank face a Parisienne gives him if he dares to speak to her in a café, I would be rich.
So no, there is no construction worker-style whistling or encouragement to “smile” on your morning walk to work (possibly a good thing), but also no getting approached by a handsome French stranger while reading a book on a terrace, no matter how long you sit there.. Hi I stumble upon your blog looking for some advice about using Tinder in France, at the end I deleted the app, too scared for that, but I actually really would like to know how to meet guys in here, in France? I am actually quite the advocate of Tinder in Moderation, as I find it to be a great tool for getting the dating ball rolling.
And even though I’m writing this from the perspective of someone who’s lived in France for the past 3 years - and also from the point of view of being married to one of these fascinating creatures, I promise I won’t be too biased, ok?
Often stereotyped in what the French man is supposed to be like, there are a number of myths I’d like to examine under .
Myth number 1: All French men are hot True, but only when they’re driving (hot-headed) - statistics for traffic accidents in France are off the scales, staggering. To prove my point, we need to look at some of the French idols, movie stars etc.
Sure, the Upper East has its share of bistro after bistro, thanks to the mother ship, Alliance Francaise, being on 60th, but it's the L. Food: The way to a French person's heart is their stomach. The French are a country obsessed with food--talking about it and eating.
It turns out New York and Paris are sister cities, or rather, in a long, hot love affair-- the stuff of Aries and Aphrodite.
New York may be a melting pot, but France enjoys a quiet stronghold, with a bistro practically on every block.
(Its like a boomerang – once you put yourself out there, other men start coming your way!
) Also, giving the whole “no approaching in public” conundrum, online dating might be one of the better ways to meet people in this city, cutting a bit through the social circles and Arrondissement segmentation.