If you’ve got ambitions on becoming a polyglot then pairing off with a Swiss would be a good place to start (or you could just pay them for lessons). With all of that wonderful nature surrounding you it would be unfortunate if you didn’t.
Aside from skiing, you’ll quickly notice that the Swiss love a good hike and will head off most weekends into the mountains to escape the city. Expats (this writer excluded) frequently bad mouth the Swiss as being slow, unfriendly, rude, and unapproachable.
So, it goes without saying that snow and ice lovers will love the Swiss.
Few things get the Swiss going like a good wedge of cheese.Rock up to your first date with a wheel of Gruyère, or a rock-hard Sbrinz if you’re feeling saucy, and you’ve sealed the deal.Tell your new Swiss partner that Cadbury’s is the best chocolate in the world and prepare yourself for a three-hour long breakdown of why you are wrong.An example of the caliber of humor you have in store for you: “Hans asked his boss for three days off: ‘A friend of mine is getting married and she wants me to be the groom.’” Priceless.Many things are synonymous with Switzerland and skiing is one of them.
When winter comes, it’s a national tradition to head off to the nearest ski slopes.Why should you date someone from a country that’s renowned for its unfriendliness and coldness towards foreigners?That’s a great question, so let us break it down for you with 11 simple things that’ll get you hot for a Swiss iceberg. She's been looking for love for nearly a year and says it has not been easy. Americans don't take themselves too seriously and have no problem flirting. You moved to Switzerland because you love the idea of taking on new challenges and adventures. She's 28, blond and tall and has come out of a long term relationship.This isn’t entirely true, yet every myth is based on a smidgeon of truth.