This may draw flack from a lot of folks, but here goes… Stop already with this painfully forced bilingualism!
Here, watch this example, and then we’ll pick up things after the clip.
Look, we get that you can pretend to speak French (kind of… rather awkwardly, it has to be said — much in the same way that Harper muddles through on this score), but please — for the love of God, stop interjecting it in your speeches at every opportunity.
This redundant, French-English nonsense is just deeply silly and immensely annoying. For those of us without that much facility in French (or especially your particular version of it), these pandering linguistic diversions simply come across as pretentious affectations that are, quite frankly, weirdly alienating and immensely offputting.