French-American model Camille Rowe walks us through the oh-so-subtle nuances between French and American women, from selfie-taking to romance. Go ahead and study up for the next time you want to blend in.
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Camille Rowe on French vs. American Girl Style | Vogue
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Really depends on where you go in america theres rurall mid city then 3 two 4 or 5 million new york style cities and everybody is diffrent either yohr an eastern southern western or mid america we all have diffrent style diffrent ways we talk and diffrent cultures amwrica is kina like 3 seprate countrys
"we're going on a juice cleanse together...." 😂😂😂Actually there is a lot of truth in this! You know you're relationship is starting to get serious when you realize the number of relationship pounds you've put on and are comfortable enough with one another to diet and exercise together....
Never mind the selfie which everyone keeps commenting about, reading in the street killed me. You see it all the time. Je suis français et américain et c’est toujours difficile avec mes amis parce que selon mes amis français je suis trop américain et tandis que selon les américains jsuis trop français. My brain is like a yin yang
American women suck. Not biased, its just true. I live in Washington DC and I refuse to date another woman in America. They are simply a waste of time. European women are wonderful in comparison. At a minimum, European women want to be feminine. Most American women want to be men more than most men want to be men LOL
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