Photography by Pep Kim
Ah, Paris, city of lights. City of love! And more than likely city of some blowjobs. The name “Paris” is derived from its early inhabitants, the Celtic tribe known as the Parisii, who were the first people to be aloof, smug and condescending. Paris was actually called Lutetia during the Roman era of the 1st to the 4th century AD, but during the reign of Julian the Apostate (who was impolite to everyone he encountered from 361 to 363), the city was renamed Paris. It is believed that the name of the Parisii tribe comes from the Celtic Gallic word parisio, meaning “the working people” or “the craftsmen” or “the horny and very rude people”. Photographer Pep Kim went to Frenchland recently and brought us back these great photos. Avoir un lool, connard!