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Myth number 3: They have a good sense of smell I read somewhere that in terms of perfume, the French are skilled like no other in determining what is what. One thing’s for sure…as far as aftershave, the men (and women) either do too much or nothing at all. Most artificial perfume/aftershave is a chemical nightmare, but that’s another article.Myth number 4: They can all cook I’ve met men here who basically exist on a diet of BBQ meat and fries. Mom did the cooking and just because most of their mom’s are sensational cooks doesn’t mean they are.From what I've noticed while examining the tastes of the American expatriates who live in France, American women interested in French men far outnumber American men interested in French women, and you don't have to be a historian to figure out why.The instance of French men willingly reciprocating this is nothing short of startling to people who think the French of today are "supposed to" look down on Americans.What’s more, the irreverent troublemaker spoke openly about his addictions, burnt cash on television programmes and thought nothing of recounting his sexual adventures with underage girls. That’s right, some of the worlds top beauties lined up in droves to be with the anti-hero. Kind of kooky, with wild unkempt hair, and a three-day growth, the unlikely screen idol, Romain Duris is the latest because of his acting ability. These men are far from being the prize catch in the looks department, so what is it about them that makes women swoon? Myth Number 2: French men know how to dress Ok, there are basically 3 different types of French dude.
You probably don’t want to hear this, but in France, as in every other corner of the world, it really all depends on the individual I have read, seen, and heard about numerous real-life stories of all-American beauty queen types who are happily and successfully involved with, um, shall we say, the male specimens of the great patriotic Revolutionary Alliance.This is so much so that one could surmise that a pure French nobleman of today who takes preference for American women automatically qualifies to marry a female descendant of, for example, one of the signers of the Declaration Of Independence, and vice versa.This, of course, gives rise to the French-American mystique that likely started upon the fact that the Marquis de Lafayette undeniably "fell in love with" America and her wartime cause for liberty even though his beloved wife was French like him, not American.A lot of the appeal lies in the fact that it gives them that care-free (I don’t have to try that hard) look. Then there are those that dress ‘nice and neat’; they look like they’re trying to emulate their parents or something. Thirdly, you get the label junkies and that’s just plain boring anyway.So I have to be honest and say that as far as innovation, style and individuality’s concerned, go to London.