Montreal, Quebec - An American family of four recently returned from a weekend trip to Montreal, which they called "Fake France".
"We saw a bunch of fake French people who spoke with the same fake French accent," said the American mother of two. The children complained that they ordered fake French fries and a fake French baguette, even though they tasted pretty authentic.
"We visited the fake Notre Dame, but we know that real Notre Dame is in Paris. It's just a fake copy," said the teenage son.
Even the father of the family complained. "Everyone expected me to pay with Canadian dollars but I told them that I could only pay in English money. Isn't the US dollar accepted everywhere?"
Exhausted from the drive, the family thought they were going to Quebec but somehow landed in Montreal.
The Italian-American family, who nonetheless found "Fake France" to be "kinda fun," were happy to return to their home in New Jersey.
"Where Italians like us rule," said the daughter.
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