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The lyrics of may suggest that French girls are rather easy to get, but when it comes to confronting the stereotype with reality, it seems there is nothing less straightforward. France In London guides you into France’s apparently incomprehensible world of feminine seduction. As she seemed to send all the relevant signs, you were pretty confident this would work out and decided to make a move. Arguably one of the major cultural gaps between France and the UK may be their respective approaches to seduction.She'll flirt with you, tempt you in, then laugh in your face when you think you can have her - and she's skinny, despite eating croissants for breakfast. With regards to eating - a French woman is happy to peck at a slither of Roquefort and 6 grapes washed down with a diluted 125ml glass of good quality wine, an English woman (after a bottle of pub quality Sauvignon Blanc) can commonly be found saying 'f**k the diet' and wolfing down a kebab or some such similar culinary delight at an hour not conducive to small waist measurements.I like to consider myself to be reasonably up to speed with gallic etiquette and style, however I think it would be fair to say that there would be no mistaking me for a woman of French descent - hot pink nail vanish and a bottle of Beaujolais by midday seeing to that. Consequently, whereas French women can famously teach the world how to 'never get fat', their English peers can teach the world how to 'get fat but distract all attention from your ass by wearing a florescent green bangle, some hot pink nail vanish and a "vintage" headscarf'. What better time of year to eat your own bodyweight in carbohydrates, drink far more wine than is considered acceptable before 2pm and spend three hours queuing to go up the Eiffel Tower (yes really - don't do it.) Parisiennes aren't famed for their warm personalities and are, for the most part, considered by the rest of the world to be arrogant and unfriendly.I like to take this with a pinch of salt and whilst I wouldn't say it is totally unfounded I do think that there is little point in getting irritated by it.

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