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Remember that dates are not as codified in France, which means that basically anything goes, and what will make it a good or a bad date is whether you had a good time or not, and not whether he or she said or did this or that.
In France, it’s really rare that you talk to strangers in a bar, unless it’s a very lively bar, it’s late at night and everybody is very drunk and happy.
He’s been trained to behave like that by French woman, and he’s just thinking you’re playing hard to get and/or you need convincing. I’ve noticed that in an American woman’s mouth “I don’t know” often means “no” and “maybe” often means “yes”.
Usually, in a French woman’s mouth (and consequently in a French man’s ear) “I don’t know” means “I don’t know, I’m not sure, convince me.” And “maybe” means “maybe, I’m not sure, convince me.”OK, the asking has been done, the date is about to happen.
When his she invited him home to visit her family in Montreal, Morneau accepted, albeit nervously."For those of you who don't know Monique's husband, Claude, he's a very well-presented man, he's very smart," Morneau said."He's a little intimidating when you're a 23-year-old with his daughter.
Madame Jerome-Forget was a little bit intimidating as well."After dinner, the Quebec couple stunned the young Torontonian by pointing out the sleeping arrangements: a shared room with Elise."As a boy from Toronto, that wasn't what parents said to you," Morneau said.
Instead, Morneau began a speech to the Montreal Board of Trade with a tongue-in-cheek anecdote about how, on his first visit, a woman who would go on to become a prominent Quebec politician allowed him to share a room with his then-girlfriend."I'd like to start with a little story about my first experience with Quebec because I see Monique Jerome-Forget here today," Morneau began, referring to the province's finance minister between 20.
He went on to tell the crowd he once dated Jerome-Forget's daughter, Elise, while he was studying at the London School of Economics.
Actually, the very concept of dating is not very clearly defined in France. It mostly consists in saying “Would you like to [insert something about dining, going to a movie or similar activities here] together?
” You usually ask this to the girl after you’ve known her a little, having met her at work, school, through common friends, etc.
But early in the night, when people are still quite sober, it’s really rare.
As an (almost) rule of thumb, if a guy talks to you (a girl) in a bar, chances that he’s sketchy are extremely high.
Sometimes, people, especially when they’re drunk, will kiss for whatever reason.