How to Say I Love You in French
To interact with French people is to hear endless suggestions for improvement.
You talk like a baby.
Camille is a writer living in Chicago. Her work has appeared in BuzzFeed, Bustle, Narratively, Autostraddle, the Daily Dot, and elsewhere. She's also the author of Queer Disbelief: Why LGBTQ Equality is an Atheist Issue.
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