Who says the French aren’t HAPPY and fun? C’est pas vrai!
Take a look at all these happy Frenchies dancing around in Montmartre. I LOVE this. I dare you not to smile (and dance). Thanks to Julie and Meeting the French for reminding me that there is a lot of joy in this country.
Ce n’est pas vrai! (C’est pas vrai!) It’s not true!
Source: James Molgaard
I’m not sure if it’s true, but I have the impression that the French have been groomed to think about love from a very early age. After all, French is the language of love, and romance and France are often mentioned in the same breath.
And now la poste is getting in on the act. And why not? They are, after all, French postmen (and women).
Yep. Yesterday la poste was offering love advice at the Fête des Vendanges in Montmartre. As it was not only a celebration of wine and wine making, but also a celebration of l’amour, it seemed only natural (in a French way) for the uncharacteristically jolly postpeople to be counselling the crowd about love.
love advice from la poste
The advice for lovers is the kick-off for “Écrivez l’Amour”, a contest sponsored by la poste, to see who can write the most beautiful love letter (in 25 lines or less, handwritten, please).
Stay tuned for the winning letters announced in December.
écrire: to write
fête des vendanges: grape harvest festival
la poste: the post office