So I live on "Rue de la Banque".
At 51, 2me Žtage, on the right.
There are these window...holders. Things that keep the window closers open. I don't know that kind of vocabulary. They're everywhere.
And you know what? There's lots of trash on the ground. Well, not lots. But mainly cigarette packs. And they all have grave warnings. Things like, "Here's a phone number to quit smoking." "Smoking hurts the ones you love." "You should see what your lungs look like." Sort of like that. But there's also the simple and elegant "Fumer tue". (Smoking kills) There are packs that have it written in English too, "Smoking kills". There are packs that have it written in Spanish, but it's slightly different. "Fumar puede matar". (Smoking CAN kill) Are hispanophones slightly more invulnerable than their French and English speaking cousins?