Word Association

Someone says “France” and I think …

French
summer
food

So, tell us, what 3 words do you think of when I say “France”?

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15 Responses to Word Association

  1. Rodney Olsen says:

    Cycling
    Eiffel
    Wine

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  2. Terrie says:

    I dread to think what my answers reveal about me, but here goes:-

    oilets that are only holes in the ground – Strange I know and completely untrue but, I’ve heard my husband’s tales of his trip around Europe at the age of 16, way back in the mid 1960s, so many times that it’s sort of stuck in my mind. His memory of France is of them not having proper toilets.

    Touloues Lautrec – I love his paintings, particularly his use of colour.

    All French people speak English they just choose not to – I’m absolutely convinced that this is untrue. When I was at school we were all taught French, but perhaps fewer than 10% of us were competent enough to speak and understand even a very minor a conversation. Many years on, I doubt that even that number could, so, why do we assume that all French people speak and understand English?

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  3. KJones says:

    Toast
    Fries
    Baguettes

    I must be hungry.

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  4. Indigo says:

    wine
    paris
    bleu

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  5. Kwizgiver says:

    Paris
    bread
    art (I couldn’t choose between painting, sculpture, architecture…etc)

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  6. Stephanie says:

    champagne
    summer
    Renault

    I had a fantastic vacation in the Brittany region one summer. I’d move there in a heartbeat if I could.

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  7. Sue says:

    Madame Hinkle (my french teacher)

    toast

    fries

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  8. Bev says:

    Eiffle Tower
    Monmartre
    Espionage (read about my life as an international spy: http://www.funnytheworld.com/2003/Jul/27.htm )

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  9. Star says:

    underpants

    fromage

    fut toi

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  10. Jorge says:

    Baguettes, wine and really thin, villainy moustaches. I think that last one is very much a stereotype. And not even a popular one.

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  11. Leah says:

    Poodles
    The word Ooh-la-la
    The color pink

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  12. CityGirl says:

    Paris
    Food
    Laquet!
    .-= CityGirl´s last blog ..Friday Funny =-.

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  13. Jennifer says:

    Snails
    Lavender
    Rudeness

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  14. Stephie says:

    cheese
    wine
    Eiffel
    .-= Stephie´s last blog ..Moody =-.

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