posted on May, 19 2008 @ 04:08 AM
Oh yes, they do like a drink.
When you compare the way the French live to the English, the French have a much more relaxed attitude to life and living, much closer to their
There is also a refined taste when it comes to partying or popping to the local for a few drams or getting involved in many of the festivals the
French continue to hold and have been holding for thousands of years.
Goosey fair in Cornwall, UK has gone from an old medieval tradition of selling crops and meat and the festival it represented into a typically lost
idea where nothing more than those traveling fair grounds can offer.
Even the big show at Egham, Surrey (near to where tha Magna Carta was signed) is now a dim shadow of its former self, mostly due to red tape, health
and safety issues and costs.
In my life in England i only ever saw one Morris dance.. I was about 8 yrs. old at the time.. only saw that by accident as it was.
Yet in France, there is ALWAYS something going on.
The English have sold their souls to the media and fashion icons and hollywood fame for the sake of a few bucks whilst losing their entire cultural
identity of individual historical beliefs and ideals.
Even fish and chip shops are becoming a thing of the past.