Re: A Swiss sense of humour.
I miss humor from home, for sure. It's a lot more biting and dark than what I know from elsewhere, quite non PC. Here, the jokes are usually announced with some kind of little ritual behavior and then people laugh and clap hands, it's kinda cute. But since so much is taken for face value, the suprise moment ain't there, it's so predictable and kid like. I love hanging out with my Irish friends since we seem to share similar sense of humor, I wouldn't say it's smarter humor but maybe a lot more elaborate.
On the other hand, here anytime I open my mouth people expect me to be funny, they laugh before I even start, it's cool to live somewhere where jokes and spontaneous unprepared fun are scarcity, makes one a comedian without even wanting..or trying hard, hahaha..
"L'homme ne peut pas remplacer son coeur avec sa tete, ni sa tete avec ses mains." J.H.Pestalozzi