French tourists seen as world's worst: survey

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Rigidreaves, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. shut up frenchie you and your country sucks
     
  2. Whhaaaaatt, ok maybe in austrailia, the best tourists we get are probably the japanese. The americans complain its not the same as their country, for many things, saw it a lot at the gas station. Some asshole insisted I give him fuel in gallons, I told him we have these things called `liters` up here, then he got mad that his dollar wasnt worth as much as ours (HAAHAAA) so he had to pay more.

    brits are alright, never seen any french around here. Aussies come to north van by the busload in the winter, they`re flippin everwhere up the mountain.
     
  3. I didn't know Maghrebs from the French ghettoes had the money to vacation abroad. I'll be sure to stay away from them.
     
  4. In Orlando the French are the worst. Brits will talk your ear off, but they are nice. Italians can be pretty obnoxious as are Indians.
     
  5. aussies seem to be very good tourists in my experience. always friendly and such.
     
  6. i met a real nice belgian guy last week. pretty good english but he smelled bad and was scrawny.
     
  7. ACTUAL tourists who go to see the country and not just the pubs, are few and far between, but we are pretty awesome.

    americans in europe are hilarious
     
  8. Most young tourists are assholes. I mean, you don't go to another country to behave, you obviously want to go berserk, commit a murder or rape some local fauna.
     
  9. I behaved impeccably when I went over to USA#1 and Canuckistan!
     
  10. I can't stand people who can't behave or control themselves
     
  11. One of my friends went to europe recently, and she said most of her friends would go out and get super drunk everynight and stuff. Like, thats most of what they did.
     
  12. Young tourists that travel in packs, which are incidentally all the tikitour #%$gots that do their shit around Europe. But they're also the ones that are too pussy to wing shit, and aren't worth talking to anyway.
     
  13. Last time I was drunk I made fun of some French tourists for their accents. T'was funny.
     
  14. I need to travel more.
     
  15. Uhh getting drunk in other countries is pretty rad.
     
  16. I have drunk alcohol twice abroad, 2cl of Cognac in Louvre and a Whisky glass at a hotel in Sweden. I need to emphasise this is truly non Finnish behaviour... <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>

    Thus I now apologise for any and all drunk mishaps Finns have ever caused while travelling...
     
  17. I really don't get how the British and Germans came across as the best Europeans, though I guess this survey wasn't conducted in Ibiza, Magaluf, Benidorm, etc.

    Americans are pretty bad when you're in a historic, cultured place. I went to Florence and loved it until I had that typically awful American accent mispronouncing English and thinking they know everything. Apart from that they're always polite and well mannered.

    French people are just bastards with a high opinion of themselves, they should just be shot at first sight.
     
  18. The annoying drunk tourists are annoying drunks at home anyway, they just stand out more when they can't handle their booze overseas.
     
  19. Nothing like getting drunk and banging prostitutes Chris. Get over yourself <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/angry.gif"></A>
     
  20. see: veyronman
     
  21. i was asked if i had taken lessons in how to use a knife and fork.


    not even lying.
     
  22. lol where was this?
     
  23. California

    The person who was sitting opposite me noticed that I use my fork "upside-down" instead of using it like a big scoop. This prompted him to ask if I'd had lessons as a child.
     
  24. This somehow reminds me of borat. Srsly, who gives a shit how which way you use your fork?
    And using it "upside down" is sometimes more practical.
     

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