French Mayor Demands Citizens Be Friendly In Town Hall
By Robert Paul Reyes
"A French mayor has introduced rules to have citizens ejected from the town hall if they don't say 'hello' and 'thank you' when addressing workers.
Mayor Gerard Plee of Lheraule, a small town of 185 north of Paris, said the new rules are aimed at maintaining the social standards in the municipality."It's difficult to be respectful and polite in a town hall, considering you will encounter crooked politicians and soulless bureaucrats.
A gentleman would be more inclined to be courteous and friendly inside a brothel, it's pleasurable when a lady of the evening screws you, but a royal pain when a politician does the same thing.
You can't legislate morality or etiquette; I hope the good people of Lheraule curse the mayor for his stupidity.
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