Have you more photos like this one? Do you like french chic?
is this french chic? she is french
how to acquire french look? Don't say be french.
Wear black, often. Don't comb your hair. Never wash your hair every day. Never be seen with wet hair. Very minimal make-up (if you can't see your pores, you're wearing too much). No products in hair. No heat styling. Never have hair too long. Don't care too much about fit, just make it work for you. Never buy knock-offs. Buy local. Eat well. Smoke if you want to but it's not essential anymore. Always have nice shoes. Never smile. One great pair of sunglasses is all you need. No jewelry.
dont know what it means to look feench but here is a french guy
philippe pascal from 80s coldwave band marquis de sade
In France or Montreal I guess.
Quoi? Pédé comme un prêtre? Je crois que non, je suis une fille, merci.
side eyeing u
I'm back now, I'll post some. I'm not sure what constitutes French chic for men, generally rules don't apply that much to men as they do for women. Generally, no hair washing, slightly wrinkled and oversized shirts, general apathy...
That outfit looks bad, I thought we were posting practical clothes.
This looks a bit like what Americans think French style is.
why are french people so based?
Everything from suavely interacting with the opposite sex to just being cool as fuck comes so natural to them. It's like awkward doesn't exist in the french dictionary ( it probably doesn't actually)
>Tfw I want to eventually settle down with a qt brunette french girl with big blue eyes and messy but meticulous wavy hair
Mon ami, you are quite wrong about the lack of awkwardness among the French. I have worked extensively with French men and women, and have met my share of hideously awkward ones of both genders. You just don't see it exported widely and it's a bit less common than in the United States of Autism.
Why are they less awkward? More social society. Towns and cities that encourage human interaction by design. A much more refined food culture. Less work. More leisure. An infinity of reasons.
When you are out traveling in the USS, do you meet NEET shutins at bars or museums? No. When you are a tourist somewhere, you would only meet the social types.
It's selection bias.
The French are pretty rad though, by and large.
>The French are pretty rad though, by and large.
They were rad, right up until they started locking people up for "hate speech" (including "holocaust denial") and gave their military full access to any and all private communication between citizens.
>Like any people, the actions of the government cannot be assumed to represent the culture of the average person.
Sure it can. After all, those people WERE voted in by the people. Americans love freedom and their representatives in government do too, to a certain degree. Brits hate freedom and prefer a nanny-state, the result is a dying former colonial power desperately trying to cling onto it's former glory with questionable and inarguably dumb means. Who the fuck would want to move to their police state?
You french people had very rad politicians in the 18th century. Too bad that they didn't add the proposed 2nd amendment to the declaration of the rights of man and citizen.
The average American supports low taxation, freedom of choice, sensible gun rights (see: constitutional right to own guns, in order to effectively defend oneself against individuals or government or foreign government), freedom of speech (in the actual meaning of the word, not the european bastardized version) and the 4th amendment.
You can't explain yourself out of this one. Despite all the mischief that the american government has been up to in recent times, they still promote a society where liberty is highly valued. The same cannot be said for European governments.
>free ride for the 1%
The 1% mostly made their own money. There was never a "free ride" anywhere for anyone.
PS. The US spends rampantly on the military because they are responsible for the security of Europe through Nato and because the EU member states have shitty military capacity.
These are all shitty straw men. All of them.
>Avg. American supports == not a lot of shit the govt does
>1% may have "made it" on their own, now avoid taxes, try again
>TEAM AMERICA WORLD POLICE... this is bullshit. American spending is on things that sit around unused
Thank God they're not.
Thx for your insights, my dear American. Now go and actually document yourself before you drop another cliché statment like that online.
>gave their military full access to any and all private communication between citizens.
We haven't. But you're right it's being discussed at this very moment. But like >>9680661 said, the actions of the government cannot be assumed to represent the culture of the average person.
>voted in by the people
Like democracy is so perfect you can actually vote for someone you like and not against a person you hate.
>You french people had very rad politicians in the 18th century.
You mean with La Terreur, les Guerres de Vendées, and all that shit ? Yeah that was really the highest standards of French politics. l2history
>EU member states have shitty military capacity
What is Rafale ?
Also I love your point about the average American, since the average American doesn't even bother going to the polling station.
>Thx for your insights, my dear American. Now go and actually document yourself before you drop another cliché statment like that online.
>35 hour work week
>Minimum wage nearly 40% higher than US
>Gov't mandated 25 paid vacation days a year
You are straight up fucking retarded if you think that's a "cliché statement." The French work less and play more than goddamn near all of Europe. It's not an opinion or a cliché or anything else. It's a collection of facts.
lol is that even a thing anymore ? protip: no it's not
w-what does it have to do with anything ? Also we pay for that thing you villains.
Same, what does it have to do with anything ?
I'd give you that we spend less time in the office, it's probably true, but it's not like work was only a matter of time spent in a workplace. Frenchmen spend a lot more time working during their "leisure time" outside the office than most European/Amerifags.
Also, studies have shown that Frenchmen are the most productive workers in Europe.