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How does one know that the smell in the air of France isn’t the usual smell that is everywhere in France? One doesn’t, but in this case an extra smell emanating from a bank’s air vent in Lyon turned out to be a rotting corpse.
Workers at the Credit Foncier bank branch in the city of Lyon had been complaining of a rank smell since September, Britain’s The Telegraph reported.
2011 is coming to a close and what better way to start the end is to take a quick look at the highlights of this year..
In case you weren’t yet sufficed with how strange the sexual standards of the French are, brace yourself for 4-year-old bras, underwear and make-up models.
Here’s a new development in theneverending saga that is France’sapparent disregard for age-appropriateness (or our extreme prudishness and over-sensitivity–depending on your persective): a new line of “loungerie” (that’s lingerie plus loungewear) for girls aged three months and up has just been brought to our attention. It’s called Jours Après Lunes, and it bills itself as “the first designer brand dedicated to ‘loungerie’ for children and teenagers, comprised of loungewear and lingerie to be worn over and under, inside and outside.”