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With 55% of males confirming they’ve had sexual affairs with other people other than the one they’re in a relationship with, the verdict points to the French and Italian men as top philanderers. Even though 45% of men in France remain faithful to their lady loves and wives, the majority are still committing the crime of juggling two or maybe even more lovers at the same time.
Following French and Italian men behind are the Brits at 42%. Given that France produces many of the world’s finest wines, it’s safe to presume that its people also drink lots of them. There’s no denying the fact that though French men are considered rude, arrogant and snobs, they are also the world’s best wine connoisseurs.
That observation, or more like a rant, is from a US tire company chief executive delivered to France’s industry minister in a letter.
In that same letter, the executive further criticized that the French have one hour for breaks and lunch, three hours for work and three hours for chitchats.
Stay a week or more in Paris and you will more likely encounter a rude French man or two, but that doesn’t mean it’s true for everyone else.
French men come off as rude not because they are inherently that way but because of the language barrier and cultural differences.
Put that way, that does sound like French men are indeed lazy. On another end of the spectrum are claims that French men are, in fact, among the most efficient and productive people in the world.
They may work fewer hours than most developed nations but the country’s economy and high standard of living may be proof that productivity is also part of the people’s work ethic.
When travelers were polled with a question of who are the rudest people in the world, guess who came out on top? While travelers love and adore Paris, apparently, it’s not the same case for its people.
Take for instance interrupting while someone else is still talking.
That is deemed rude in other countries but, in France, that’s just the way it is.
When they drink their wines, they do it like it’s an art. That doesn’t make today’s French men avid wine drinkers though.
Back in 1980, the French people love to drink their wines with meals.