Normally, on Monday, when we find ourselves at work, we wonder: “Did you have a good weekend?” One says : “Yes and you ?” And often it stops there. Even if we love each other, we don’t tell the story of our weekend, we don’t have the time, the courage not the desire. We don't say, for example, that we tried to play Yann Tiersen on the piano, that we had an aperitif Skype and that everyone was talking at the same time so that we didn't understand much, we didn't Do not tell yourself that we sent photos of us, child, to pass the time, or that we received a message from our uncle who arrives after the war and who tells us: “Look at this video! It's funny! The guy bikes on his balcony!” No, we don't usually say that.
We're going to the basics, and the basics for me this weekend are videos of police officers on social media. A bunch of videos that made me smile.
First the Spanish:
– Robert ⚠️ #RestezChezVous (@La_Pollice) March 22, 2020
French police also danced in the 18th arrondissement of Paris:
Video sent by a friend. pic.twitter.com/qCcmEzkqbQ
– Jordan Klein (@JordanKln) March 19, 2020
Yes, the robot dance. It’s a bit has been in 2020 but we gladly forgive him. I also loved the punchline of this policeman at our colleagues in France 3:
– Aymeric Parthonnaud (@P_Aymeric) March 22, 2020
But the palm goes to our Belgian neighbors. They put that, fully in their car, open windows:
Congratulations to #OurFriendsLesBelges who in this period of #confinement had to offer a lot of smiles during this patrol.
Transmit the message #Stay at home in music, I would like to see the same in France …
Take good care of yourself and yours @policefederale pic.twitter.com/bmYZltEWcm
– Robert ⚠️ #RestezChezVous (@La_Pollice) March 21, 2020
“Stay at home, even if spring is singing”, broadcast from the police car in the streets. The parody of Cloclo is worth the detour so I put it to you and I hope that you too had a good weekend!
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