frenchies in France

Just posting some old job that I have found in an old file. About how impolite french people are, especially in service business.

Un petit boulot que j'avais fait pour un éditeur, finalement le projet n'a pas abouti, et je n'ai pas été payé. Pourtant selon le client ca devait plus ou moins révolutionner le monde, ça parlait de l'impolitesse des français.
Et l'idée m'est venue de mon mari (et oui, je suis mariée maintenant, mais ça, ça sera pour un autre poste, bientôt j'espère), qui est Australien et qui a cru qu'on pouvait parler français juste en maîtrisant le 'pfff' et le haussement d'épaule.
Ce qui est pas totalement faux.


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