By Croissant - 23/09/2014 06:01 - Japan - Kochi

Today, I’m french and am studying in Japan. One of my teachers, passionate about France, opened a magazine about French bread and asked me if it tasted good. I cried. FML
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dannidoll93 24

I think OP cried because they miss French bread so much


Before you dislike this, pain = bread in French

Thank you! Merci! People should love this comment. :D

tinytyler 12

This is possibly the best joke I've ever seen

You're on a roll, I loaf bread puns. I am bready for more.

I know, it was disliked when I saw your comment and I thought it was genius

Taco The Dank 27
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dannidoll93 24

I think OP cried because they miss French bread so much

Yes, I love Japanese food but when I did my 3 months internship in Japan, I missed French cheese so much that I would dream about cheese every night.

#4 are you really that stupid or are you just pretending to be

When I lived in Japan I splurged on this little box of cheese when I became desperate for cheese - which happened often. The box included a single babybel.

Thank you #8! This FMl confused me a lot since it never crossed my mind that someone could love their bread so much that they'd actually start to cry when seeing it.

I was confused too... I was like why would you cry

When the breads sooooo gooood you cry...

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Being homesick doesn't make you a wuss. Calling someone a wuss for being homesick just makes you an asshole.

Actually, yes it is. It's also very varied, contrarily to Japanese food which recycles more or less the same flavours ad nauseam. Food is also really important for French people. So yeah, you can't find any decent bread, cheese or cakes in Japan and it becomes really depressing after a couple of months - I've been there for more than a year and everytime I crossed path with other French people we began to talk about food after 3 minutes. I'll admit all the Americans in my uni program found this hilarious but hey... our food is just THAT great. ^^

cootiequeen4444 11

You should go to Vietnam during an extended break, if you have one. will assist your food cravings, be cheaper to go to than back to France, as well as add a notch to your globetrotting belt... unless you have already have been there....

TeacherTeacher 11

Someday, you'll be back home and be nostalgic about something in Japan. I have lived in 3 other countries and I am always homesick for someplace else.

I miss cherry blossom milk tea, hijiki onigiri, and Kit Kat flavors of all kinds most of all when I think about Japan.