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I once went to Basildon. It was closed, I got chased by a bunch of knuckle-dragged yobs until I was lost in a maze of concrete alleyways and got food poisoning off pie. Tell us about the awful places you've visited or have your home.

Thanks to SpankyHanky for the suggestion

(, Thu 29 Oct 2009, 11:07)
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My dad was French and as such, I've seen a lot of the area he grew up in (and where a lot of my family still live). I've always found the French to be polite, friendly people...until I went to Paris fairly recently.

Bunch of arrogant tossers - they refuse to even pretend to understand my French (which is fairly good - I've laughed and joked with French speakers in Morocco and got along fine there).

Highlight of my trip to Paris? when the arsehole taxi driver dropped me off then got a 200 Euro fine for stopping in the wrong place.

French - lovely people unless from Paris/have adopted the Paris attitude.
(, Thu 29 Oct 2009, 15:22, 1 reply)
the one thing I have heard most from French people I have met over the years is "The Parisians are NOT French!"

(, Thu 29 Oct 2009, 15:54, closed)
This is
true, the rest of France hates the way that their national identity has been hijacked by Paris, and a lot of the world assumes this applies to the whole of France :(
(, Thu 29 Oct 2009, 16:28, closed)
Lets face it
Would any of the brits here want to be represented by the festering, reeking, shitpit that is our capital?

I work there occasionally, and the entire city seems populated by ignorant fuck-knuckles.

Apologies to any of the B3tans I've just tarred with the same brush. In my defence, my home-town's full of cretinous northern radges who point at aeroplanes.
(, Thu 29 Oct 2009, 19:33, closed)

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