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Sacrebleu Balls: French Government Tells Citizens Not to Tell Sex Jokes in USA

Sacrebleu Balls: French Government Tells Citizens Not to Tell Sex Jokes in USA:

Bloomberg Business reports that a new travel advisory tells French citizens traveling abroad in the United States to drop the sex jokes and act like a prude.

“It’s recommended to adopt a reserved attitude toward those of the opposite sex,” the government says. “Comments, behavior, and jokes, which might be harmless in Latin countries, can lead to criminal cases.“

Reinforcing French views of American prudishness, the website notes that even minors can be accused of sexual harassment and asks that children use toilets reserved for their sex in the U.S.

That’s right, France! If your children start mouthing off while they’re in the US of A, we’ll totally slap a sexual harassment charge on ‘em.

What does our country advise about traveling to France? Does it tell Americans headed to Europe that French film is pretentious and that the bread totally cuts up the roof of your mouth?

The U.S. has no specific travel warnings for France, according to the State Department’s website. In its general information pages, it asks American tourists to steer clear of demonstrations, notes that there are fewer facilities for the disabled and points out that tests for joining France’s Foreign Legion are demanding.

Those damn Foreign Legion tests! At least you can make sex jokes while you’re taking them.

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