Hey all, Q&A’s are some of my favorite types of videos from YouTubers I watch, so I figured I’d try one myself. I recently asked my followers on Instagram and YouTube if they had any questions for me about my experience living abroad, French culture, language learning, or whatever really — and you delivered! Thank you for taking the time to submit questions. I’ve broken it into two parts and both are live. Some of the questions I cover are what does my French husband Tom think of Oui In France, what do I think of French drivers, line etiquette, and what are some of the reasons I’ve stayed in France this long… let’s get into it!
Q&A videos are a great way for subscribers to get to know the person behind the channel a little better, so here’s my very first Q&A! You can subscribe to my channel here.
I talk about how I met my husband and why I ended up in France, my favorite parts of living abroad, and more!
I talk about what my French husband thinks of Oui In France, line etiquette, my French level before I moved, and much more!
Have any questions for me? Leave them in the comments and I’ll answer them in the next video!
Aussie Jo says
I liked this
Thanks for watching!
Very interested in more French wine content. Thanks for the Q&A!
I was watching lately these videos by Shayna (Pallace Purple on Youtube), and it feels kinda weird. It seems like so much of what she posts is carefully edited and curated. Is this done to show her as this very successful person to other Americans?
I also noticed that when she says I just want to inspire someone, what she’s really saying (doing) is basically position herself as an alpha dog, and her goal is to intimidate other people under this excuse of just being helpful and inspirational.
Why do we do that as Americans?
Paris seems to be this perfect magical place. She seems to be this unique person who has this perfect marriage, perfect career, perfect studio, perfect group of friends. But why? It’s clear that she lies a lot but it’s also clear that this is acceptable within American culture.
Another persona called Dominik Dominique. There are so many videos where the title says “this is the real day in Paris” but once you see his video, you can clearly see that it’s all edited to look perfect.
There are videos in his room, where he plays message he had on his phone, but most of it are old messages?
And both of them seem slimy and obnoxious people. They talk about astrology as if it was spirituality or affirmations like it were prayers to God, but why?
Why so much lying? Why the need to portray yourself as Hemingway in Paris or Gertrude Stein when you clearly flat out lie to people?
Do we do that because we think it’s okay to “fake it until you make it” even though we are being unethical and misleading people, and making them dissatisfied with their lives?
Why do we lead people into bad decisions because we basically pander to these Bay Area corporations?
I mean it seems like we live in this dystopian REALITY where we are surrounded with people who are “living their best life” or “everybody happy now” which makes it hard for us to asses how we’re doing as human beings if people we compare ourselves to just flat out lie?
And why is there just so much obnoxious in-your-face loud behaviorI mean, how do these people even get famous? None of it is inspirational or cultural just loud and obnoxious?
It makes me sick. How does this even get so popular?
Why such obnoxiousness and why do we reward it?
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word wipe says
This is incredible! So much good advice. I, too, am a big lover of Cremont, and the pinot noir from Sancerre intrigues me. It’s fascinating to learn that the younger generation isn’t drinking nearly as much wine.
word wipe says
Paris appears to be a perfect magical location. She appears to be a one-of-a-kind individual with the ideal marriage, career, studio, and network of friends.