“As if there was a breeding farm”
He was happy disappointed. Thus, Philippe Caffrieviere, of the French radio RTL, spoke about Portugal and Portuguese, in incidents which took place after a visit to our country. The advertiser said that the time zone difference of the watch is quite different when it comes to fashion. “The Portuguese dress in 2008” and put on hair gel “with the effect of cement, because they are Portuguese”.
“Indeed, all the young Portuguese wear gold glasses, tattoos and very narrow shirts bearing the slogan ‘God alone can rule me. “It’s strange that an entire country wants to appear as a competition on reality shows, like there is a cattle ranch. .
Cristiano Ronaldo was cited as a particular example of bad taste. “Are you a billionaire and have you seen how you dress?” “The ancestors of the Portuguese discovered India, and their descendants discovered Jess, Zara and Desigual,” he added.
A recent holiday in Portugal has earned a few jokes about the closing of establishments at 1 pm on weekends (“If a person wakes up at 12:30 pm, the day is short”). As expected, the jokes were not well received by all Portuguese and children of immigrants in France. In social media, for example, there were those who cited Philip Caffrieffire as an example of arrogance and viewed dating as a case of xenophobia.
Here, comedian and host Luis Franco Bastos, dressed in the Portuguese team’s jersey, took the opportunity to respond with his facts to RFM. “I went to investigate Philip Caffrieffire’s case and have to say I don’t get advice from people like him wearing wooden necklaces.” “He’s on the radio, disguised as Tarzan.”
Luis Franco Bastos then compared his own experience by spending a week in France. The comedian remembers arriving in Paris on January 1, 2015, the day of the attack on the satirical newspaper “Charlie Hebdo”. “When the airport dump was filled with soldiers, the city was turned upside down. It was horrible to learn that historians have been killed in cold blood because of a religious joke, and on the other hand I can say that everything in France was well dressed, which I think is important.
“It was impossible for us to compete with the complexity of the Parisian outfit that I had seen. We wore tight-fitting T-shirts, they wore bulletproof vests to be able to get out of the house (…). Compare the experience Philip had in Portugal with the one I had in France Would you rather go to a place where there are only 2008 clothes or to a place where you have the freedom of expression of the Sixteenth century ? “He added.
Regarding the remarks to Ronaldo, Bastos took the opportunity to recall that the captain of the national team was dressed very elegantly in France, “nicely dressed”: the European Champions Cup that the national team won in this country in 2016, to be exact. The national team of France.
Philippe Cafriviere personally shared Luis Franco Bastos’ response to his story on social networks with a compliment reminiscent of the French expression “touched”: “the funny and intelligent response from my Portuguese colleague”.