And there’s good news out there for the 9% who would like to: It will happen.When I asked the adult app store Mi Kandi’s CEO Jesse Adams to postulate the not too distant future of sex and tech, he had this to say: There will be sex toy like robots that can react, listen and give you the exact pleasure you want to enhance these virtual experiences.“Tu es bonne”, said to a girl will often be interpreted as “you are good…in bed”, and that’s the most polite interpretation.So if you ever want to congratulate a female friend, don’t forget to clearly explain what your friend is good at.
To avoid (hilarious) mistakes, here are 13 sentences and words you should never say in French. Congratulating your friends is a good idea, but you need to be careful when you do it in French.Or simply avoid this sentence and use the safer “tu es doué(e)” (you are gifted). You may want to avoid asking for a jerk in the restaurant.French learners often mistake “canard” and “connard”. You certainly think that “baiser” means “to kiss”, and that using that word would be really cute. While “un baiser” does mean “a kiss”, “baiser” used as a verb means “to f***”. Check out this article to learn the dos and don’ts of French greetings. In French though, “je suis chaude” (I’m hot said by a woman) means “I’m horny”.He asked me if he knew me, which was a fair question (or would be if this was real) and I had to fight the urge to reply "no, but I know you, you @£&*!" Instead, I settled for: "No, but I've heard lots about you." Whilst internally screaming: "AND NONE OF IT IS GOOD." Quite frankly, I was insulted. I mean, aside from an inability to correctly name her genitals most of the time and a serious case of Stockholm Syndrome?! Notice how, despite the fact that this is literally a computer with pre-loaded phrases set to be churned out as and when they're required, I felt the need to ask if he was okay with me messaging him.Get your free copy of Top 11 Mistakes French Learners Make to discover other common mistakes French learners make. Then you may be tempted to ask for food “sans préservatifs” thinking you’re using one of many French words whose meaning is identical in French and English. As the video below demonstrates, you can use it for absolutely everything, but certainly not with everyone. In French “sucer” (to suck) mainly has a sexual meaning.