1. Priority on the right signs. Truly the bane of my existence since I learned to drive in France. When you see this sign it means you have to slow down because the side street on the right has the priority. I've had many a near-miss because of this rule. I wish they'd just put a stop sign instead.
|With a manly leather jacket.|
|I swear this was in the men's section.|
|Fresh summer sailor look.|
4. Women of a certain age (as the French expression goes) might wear one of these smocks for cleaning. You might see a lady cleaning her front stoop and pouring out the soapy water in this type of apron.
And one more for the road... probably my pet peeve as an English teacher: the misuse of apostrophes. The French do it to seem more English. But it just ends up looking very French. I guess it's their revenge for us making all those "Le bag" bags in the 80s.