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Now I have been coming back and forth to Switzerland for as long as I can remember but I have never been in the position of being a young single woman here. Now I have been coming back and forth to Switzerland for as long as I can remember but I have never been in the position of being a young single woman here. Even the Swiss women say the men are slightly weird. Go on Facebook, always fun to waste time until you meet the right one. If people were more open, they would admit to being in relationships where they had met online...Plonked here, as you would say, as I dont even know where to start as I have been out of the dating game for a bit of time. Is it bold and masculine with dashing accountants (which all Swiss men are at heart) sweeping me off my feet? Or is it a feminine feline world where the woman is the one to pounce, to make the first move? Plonked here, as you would say, as I dont even know where to start as I have been out of the dating game for a bit of time. Is it bold and masculine with dashing accountants (which all Swiss men are at heart) sweeping me off my feet? Or is it a feminine feline world where the woman is the one to pounce, to make the first move? I met one, who definitely turned out to be well, let's say strange, BUT he was a perfect gentleman so they are that, for sure.. it doesn't always work, but sometimes does and you can fish out the seriously weird ones really easily... Stick to colours, brightful solid, confident colours...As the study authors write, a country is happiest when its people engage in "the sometimes risky but deeply rewarding giving relationships with others." So Mic probed into dating customs, marriage stats and sex lives of the land of chocolate, snow-topped mountains and cuckoo clocks to find out: What makes the Swiss tick?The average age the Swiss lose their virginity is 18.2, according to the Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey. Something tells us that extra year and change of maturity can't hurt.And yet some aspects of the Swiss character may leave a foreigner puzzled.

I'll guess that, somehow, the answer involves the phrase 'it varies from canton to canton...' I find with the Swiss girls that they do not flirt so much, and they have an extremely tough external.

Or join a club for your interests (for me its triathlon club, mountain bike club etc) that way you're guaranteed someone with similar interests to you and it may last longer...

Sometimes, I feel like taking a tub of Jenson & Nicholson mixed paint and liberally sprinkling it as I walk down the street. Of course that would get me deported faster than I could say "Kalani" Now I am not particularly looking or chomping at the bit for a relationship but since I find Swiss men so conservative and "strange" as we could so call them, I was wondering if anyone has had some funny experiences with Swiss men or women?

Is it cultural, or is it just that the guys I happen to meet are a bit..."too nice" (not to say...boring)? (Also, has anyone found that swiss guys seem to be totally surprised when you smile or flirt with them?

I mean innocent flirting, etc, but if you touch them on the arm or something they look at your hand wide-eyed like they've never been touched on the arm before??

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