"I don’t mind a banshee, that’s fine. 2 banshees? I HATE you. I actually wish bad things upon you." -- Day Daily #459 P1
that's normal for my family, Lol.
That's bringing something.
bordwithyou wrote:In France if you are, for instance, living in Paris, and you travel somewhere, say to Normandy, you are almost expected to bring back some regional food specialty gift items to share with your Parisian friends. That made sense a hundred years ago, but nowadays, you can get. Camenbert or caramels from d'Issy or pear cider from Domfront at supermarkets anywhere in Paris. Nonetheless, the tradition lives on....
Well, even if you can get all that stuff in Paris now, it's still a better tradition than bringing everyone a novelty keychain ;)
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