You want to know WHAT I DO NOT do in France (please note that I am not a philosopher or sociologist)? I DO NOT keep a huge, extensive log of one-way observations and consider my limited observations “positive” to use a “philosophy of vocabulary” that I can remember. .
Some stand out in my mind? American women wear high heels, makeup, and beauty all the time. Huh! Well, since I wasn’t even a glint in my infant parents’ eyes at the time this book was written, I guess I can’t effectively comment, but I can say, Mom I, now 66 years old, was told to me by an elderly French woman. knows that “it’s simply not good for a middle-aged woman to wear anything but heels.” Now, I take it with a grain of salt – in that, she is a French woman, and I live with another person (who, if she sets foot outside the house, ONLY wears high heels.. . but that’s two). Guess what? My elderly French professor (a woman) was wearing ao dai. They still wear shoes, but yes, they are flat shoes. In short, making such grand assumptions based on very limited experience for a country seems a bit narrow-minded. Not to mention… France, in general, is as big as Texas. America? I mean… I’ve lived in NYC for over two years and she’s been there for a month. Not even full. I don’t think it’s fair for her to say what “shameless” Americans will and won’t do. Seeing a hungover guy order seltzer water at Duane Reed or whatever they have afterwards is unlikely to make it a mass, socially acceptable thing.
She also does things that, as a visitor and a limited person there, make complete sense: she calls the East River the Hudson, the George Washington Bridge the Brooklyn, the UCLA mix, the Sierra Nevadas the Rockies (ha ha ha), and confused parks and monuments (I don’t know so I can’t say much). But – all this would be GREAT if she didn’t take herself too seriously… thanks to an editor… rewrite this book AFTER the facts and extensive notes. I mean, my stance on living in France isn’t sane either – it usually consists of mutiny and very open eyes because they say FAST in Paris, but I think some fear and restraint is well, that’s something to appreciate.
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