Parents, that’s all, my little lady: whether we take their route or rebel against it, we build ourselves vis-à-vis, what can you do? nothing. At one point they were our whole universe, how do you expect them to not bleed a bit? A passion for flamenco can break a Spanish ear; an appetite for opera may deter you from becoming a tenor. And for politics, it’s the same.
1. Television hatred
Parents on the right rail as soon as they see Hamon on TV.
Parents on the left rail as soon as they see Sarkozy on TV.
Parents on the right say Mitran and parents on the left say Sarko.
2. Possession of cash
Parents on the left give you money by telling you that you are lucky to have money.
Parents on the left are super embarrassed when they find out that your best friend’s family doesn’t have a dime.
Right-wing parents give you money by telling you that you have to earn your money and that it doesn’t grow on trees.
Parents on the right are super embarrassed when they learn that your best friend’s family doesn’t have a money and advise you to stop dating.
3. Election results
Parents on the left are used to losing elections and think it makes them smarter people. And you, by extension, an exceptional person.
Right-wing parents are used to winning elections and think that makes them smarter people. And you, by extension, an exceptional person.
4. Personal convictions
Parents on the left regularly refer to intelligence to justify their opinions. “No, you can’t go to a party the night before your class, that’s not smart.” “
Right-wing parents regularly use common sense to justify their opinions. “No, you can’t go to a rally the day before your partial, use some common sense! “
If they find you smoking a joint, right-wing parents ask you if you have radicalized.
If they find you smoking a joint, the parents on the left will ask you if it’s good, AT LEAST.
The parents on the right imitate Mitterrand as in the bébête Show. They do it wrong. And no one knows the Bébête Show anymore.
Parents on the left imitate Chirac as in the Guignols. But the first puppets, beware, when they were funny.
7. Musical tastes
Parents on the left piss off everyone with Jean Ferrat and Renaud at the end of meals.
The parents on the right piss off the whole table with Sardou and Serge Lama at the end of the meals.
Parents on the left teach you to say that you are on the left at the start of every sentence.
Parents on the right teach you to say that you are not playing politics at the start of every sentence.
Parents on the right cut them off when you tell them you want to be an artist
Parents on the left still advise you to finish the business school that they bleed to pay before.
Parents on the left donate their old, worn clothes to their cleaning lady for her New Year’s gifts.
Parents on the right hand their housekeepers old, worn out tickets for their New Year’s gifts.
11. Administrative phobia
Parents on the right do not declare their cleaning lady because it is still necessary not to push.
Parents on the left do not declare their cleaning lady because papers are a hassle, but hey, it’s not terrible, we feel slightly guilty.
12. From the year of grace 2017
Parents on the left voted Macron.
Right-wing parents voted Macron.
13. Time passing
Parents on the right assure you that as you get older you will understand that the left is an idealist thing that will never work.
Parents on the left assure you that as you get older you will understand that the old people on the right are even more stupid than the young on the right.
Parents on the left don’t pay their taxes because BALEK.
Right-wing parents do not pay their taxes because NTM L’ETAT.
15. From the future
The parents on the left opened an A booklet for you when you were 8 years old.
The parents on the right took a portfolio of stocks from you when you were 8 years old.
16. Road safety
The parents on the right install the baby seat in the FRONT of the 4 × 4 BALEK.
The parents on the left install the baby seat in the FRONT of the BALEK Space
Parents on the left only talk about the scandals at the Paris town hall, the RPR and the noise and smell.
Parents on the right only talk about eavesdropping on the Elysee, the 35 hours and Holland which does not like the rich.
18. Solidarity on a larger scale
Parents on the left give homeless people in the metro “when they play good music”.
Parents on the right don’t take the metro if they can avoid it.
Right-wing parents hate absentee teachers and find that national education should be downsized.
Parents on the left are teachers and find that more means are needed for National Education.
20. From retirement
Parents on the right are waiting for you to finally be independent to retire on a funded basis and go to Club Med forever.
Parents on the left are waiting for you to be independent at last to retire on a pay-as-you-go basis and go hiking in the Cévennes forever.
21. Freedom of speech
Parents on the left find that we talk too much about certain subjects, such as identity.
Parents on the right find that, all the same, we can no longer say anything.