|The bittersweetness of having arrived in the future, seeing how things turn out, but not being able to tell your past self.
|Don't listen to what you heard. Listen for the message embedded.
|Avoir la molle
|A listless unwillingness to do any work
|Nostalgie de la boue
|A yearning for degradation, depravity, or other crude/base aspects of life, literally "a yearning for mud"
|Épater les bourgeois
|To shock the middle classes
|society surprise extreme
|To be in an environment you're not used to
|change society awareness
|Lit. 'rediscovery'; a reunion (e.g., with loved ones after a long time apart).
|The feeling of being in an environment that you are not used to
|feeling awareness change
|Disorientation; not necessarily unpleasant (e.g., a pleasant sense of strangeness from being in a foreign country).
|Singng and crying simultaneously
|Used to describe people who are at the centre of a conversation/situation/problem but can’t be found anywhere
|En plein air
|Outdoors; in the open air.
|When coincidences occur or when events repeat themselves by chance (for example, when you run into the same person many times in one week)
|surprise interaction fate
|"an excess of life", often translated as joy but also can be understood as catharsis
|To mop up the sauce from your plate with a piece of bread
|Quality of someone who is resourceful and lives with the ability to creatively improvise; someone who can make do and solve problems without much
|One who is excessively fond of eating and drinking.
|Melancholy without apparent cause
|A gesture noble in its nature or intention but ultimately meaningless in substance
|Lit. according to right; skilled, resourceful; dexterous.
|Let off steam to release or get rid of excess energy
|Someone who enjoys and appreciates the good life.
|L'appel du vide
|Describes the instinctive urge to jump from high places
|L'esprit de l'escalier
|Thinking of the perfect reply after the conversation is over.
|verb. To not take a lungful of a cigarette.
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