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Turlututu, France

Turlututu

is a member in France . She has been a member for over 2 years (1,025 days).
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  • Distance sent: 381,759 miles
  • Last seen: 4 days ago
  • Languages: Français, English, Deutsch, Español (castellano)
  • Birthday: 14th July 1994 (23 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 51.03, Lon: 2.38 | Google Maps

About Turlututu...


Hello ! « Turlututu » is the sound of a flute in French. On my picture, you can see a famous French news presenter, Jean-Pierre Pernaut. He is well known (and made fun of) for focusing on local events, traditions, the weather (OMG snow !) and not international or dramatic events. He wore these glasses to support the national football team for the World Cup in 2010.

What I am into these days : Maurice Ravel's piano works, The Madeleine Project (web-documentary on Twitter made by a journalist who found the belongings of the previous tenant in a storage room, trying to put the pieces back together), Vince Staples' Big Fish Theory, Twice's Likey, RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars 3 is coming (Thorgy ♥) , NBC's The Good Place ("a comedy about becoming a better person - in the afterlife"), Arte Radio's Les Braqueurs (podcasts narrated by bank-robbers about their lives and of course their hold-ups)

- September 2017 - August 2019 :
French-German-Spanish master in Intercultural European studies
- September 2016 - August 2017 : -Gap year-
Franco-German Voluntary Program, Berlin. I worked as a volunteer in a "Kindergarten" (pre-school) in Berlin with the "Deutsch-Französisches Jugendwerk" (Franco-German Youth Office). I have learnt to speak and love German and all in all, it has been an incredibly formative experience.

There is a couple of things I would particularly love to read on your postcards :
- hot topics right now in your country, region or your industry (political, economic, ...)
- which foreign languages you learn and why
- your studies, your work experience, why and your goals
- favourite pieces of classical music (broad sense), books, podcasts
- ballet
- if you have already been to France : Where have you been ? What was the most suprising behaviour/things you have noticed ? (...)
- the most interesting and/or popular medias in your country, journalism
- how you, your peers or your country view the EU (in general or on specific topics)
- how you, your peer or your country view France, Germany or Spain (culture, business-wise, foreign policy, influence or lack thereof)

... And another bunch of stuff I am always glad to see :
- city views, views of remarkable monuments, architecture
- folk art, tradition and culture
- satire, dark sense of humor, absurd
- political (even official brochures !)
- decorative arts, engraving
- modern art, impressionism, expressionism, rococo
- fairytale
- agitated sea, underwater views, aquatic wildlife
- macro photography
- lowbrow, surrealism, collage, weird
- ballet
- Harry Potter

Direct swaps : I have two boxes of postcards, "The world of Peter Rabbit" and "Art Dolls" (The Doll Scene by Louis Bou). Let me know if you are interested. :)