Paul Taylor is a British expat who moved to Paris six years ago and turned to stand-up comedy full time after quitting his job at Apple last year. In this video the he mocks the French greeting known as "La Bise" for making his life in France confusing, and for keeping him from his beer. He told The Local, "It's one of those cultural differences that we as foreigners appreciate. And I think the French people can see that I'm joking, while realizing how silly it can be at the same time."
Having lived in France for over 20 years, I feel I should point out there's one extra difficulty Paul failed to mention: whether to 'faire la bise' or shake hands in the first place. Being a reserved Englishman, I tend to prefer the latter, but around New Year 'la bise' is sometimes unavoidable ... If in doubt, shake hands with everyone you meet — preferably several times a day!