French compliment



a statement phrased like a compliment that is actually more condescending than flattering, generally coming from a beautiful french woman.
“you speak french very well, for an american.”

“i just love the way you embrace your round figure when you dance.”

“you must have a fantastic metabolism. i would never be able to eat such a big dessert.”

“how daring of you to wear such a lively color.”

“marie just told me my bag was ‘interesting.’ i’m pretty sure that was a french compliment.”

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