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Instructions and Help about Where Form 5495 Notices

Selling YouTube. For those of you who don't know me, my name is Rosie. I'm a New Zealander living in France and I like to make videos about what life in France is really like and trying to navigate the French culture and figure it all out. Today, I wanted to do a video on those little things that you notice when you're living in France. Little French culture shocks that make you think, "Really, it's not that these things they ever good or bad or the right way or the wrong way, but it's just those things that naturally through living in a foreign country as an outsider looking in, you notice them because they're just so different to what you're used to." So without further ado, let's get into some of the random things that I've noticed since living in France. The first thing I want to talk about is the French and their use of checkbooks. Before I moved to France, the last time I had seen a checkbook used as a form of payment was when my little 87-year-old grandmother would go to the bank and write her check to get out her $20 spending money for the week. It's something that I really associate with the older generation and just been a completely obsolete form of payment. But it's not really the case in France. Like when I moved here, I realized that you need a checkbook. As a young person in their 20s, you're gonna need a checkbook to pay for any university fees, to pay for your bond, these kinds of things. I don't know why, but sometimes it's chicks only. And I got curious and I looked into it because I was like, "Is it just me or is this a really normal...