PARISIAN PROPERTIES PLUS PUSSY PARABLE

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Now what makes the French the French? Is it the funny accent, which makes them all sound slightly homosexual? Is it something to do with the fact that snails and frog's legs are a part of their national dish? Or maybe it is the idea behind people thinking that they are greater lovers than they actually are? 


Who knows? Hmm? Maybe the French do. Or you could, if you had a vacation rental paris


THE FRENCH: Well – it is a shame really – peoples preconceptions about the Parisians. Still, if you come to think about it, this could be because their lifestyle and their history is somewhat alternate, like:

  • Did you know, that Joan of Arc was the first French barbecue?
  • It is illegal to order French food in German.  
  • In France, to separate the men from the boys, you need to use a crowbar. 
  • French men grow moustaches, so that it reminds them of their mothers.  
  • How many jokes are there about the French? One, the rest are true.
  • The French military alliance and French romance have three things in common. They are both brief, sordid, and completely meaningless. 
  • French people do not like to eat bubblegum, because it is too hard for them to peel.

THE FURNISHED APARTMENT: OK-OK-OK, that is enough nonsense about the French for now. Nevertheless, I can tell you a funny story that my French mate – Claude – told me about his brother in law, Pierre.    

Pierre went away for a week, so that he could stay in a hotel with his girlfriend, Jacques. Though, whilst he was way, he rented his apartment via www.roomlender.com, including his Cat and his Dog into the package.

However, when he came back a week later, the man whom he rented his apartment too, Neil, told Pierre that his Cat had died in his absence. 

Now, obviously, Pierre was very upset with this new, plus the manner in which Neil told this to him also. So, in turn, Pierre said to Neil “You know, you could have broken this news to me better than that. When I called the other day, you could have said to me that he was on the roof, and that he wouldn't come down. Then, when I called the following day, you could have said to me that he had fallen off, and the vet was working on patching him up. And after that, when I called today, you could have said to me that he had passed away."

Poignantly, Neil thought about what Pierre said to him for a moment or two, and apologised to him before saying ‘Your dogs is on the roof, and he won’t come down’.

THE HOTEL: Oh! And to make matters even worse for Pierre, when he went away in the Hotel – boy-boy-boy – listen to some of the interpreted instructions he found there:

  • Old world charm (No bath)
  • Majestic setting (A long way from town)
  • Secluded hideaway (Impossible to find or get to)
  • Standard (Sub-standard)
  • Deluxe (Standard)
  • Superior (One free shower cap)
  • Cozy (Small)
  • All the amenities (Two free shower caps)
  • Plush (Top and bottom sheets cleaned last week)
  • Gentle breezes (Tornado)
  • Light and airy (No air conditioning)
  • Picturesque (Needs fixing)
  • Open bar (Free ice cubes)
  • Concierge (Cardboard stand with tourist brochures)
  • Continental breakfast (Free muffin)

IN CONCLUSION: Do you know what? Hotels and Furnished Apartments are strange bedfellows you know. Hotels are aloof and interpersonal – and Furnished Apartments are personal and sometimes funny.

Which reminds me...