Saturday January 28th, 2012


I told you that French like to have everything detailed, well explained, drawn even, so that they know how to proceed with their daily lives.

But sometimes even all these are not enough for some people; they either don’t know how to read, or they just don’t care, they want to do things their own way.

Like this lady in the tramway tonight.

Detective experiencelifeinfrance in action 😛

Do not mind her looks, this is not why I took the picture; I took it because of the dog. Usually animals aren’t allowed in the tramway unless you hold them or put them in their cage; and this is written black over white inside the tramway. But this lady didn’t seem to care about this law. She wanted to have her friend with her wherever she goes, and no one is going to forbid her.  And don’t go think that anybody told her anything, I think her looks were enough to prevent people from upsetting her 😛

I guess she was right the person that said that French love their pets more than anything else 🙂

See you tomorrow!

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2 Responses to “Saturday January 28th, 2012”
  1. Magnésium says:

    Concerning “French like to have everything detailed, well explained, drawn even, so that they know how to proceed with their daily lives”…

    When we cross the border in the alps from france to switzerland we suddenly loose all tagging names and we have to take skilifts with no names and almost no directions and it is not pleasant!

    Same applies when you cross the border driving to Belgium….

    Notifications and indications are a real science 🙂

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