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Old 24.09.2015, 09:48
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

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Most men would be immensely pleased if women could just pee in the woods at the side of the road, regardless of standing or not.
When you gotta go, you gotta go. I try to find the biggest bush or rock possible and pray people don't pass by. But above the tree line I often wish I was a guy.

Anyways, the OP seems to have disappeared and I think I'm going to to the same on this thread, otherwise we'll just keep going off-topic.
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

I would move on and find someone who shares your same thoughts on what a relationship should be and the amount of time you spend with each other.
Good luck!
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

take your pants and run!
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Old 28.09.2015, 21:45
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

She is cheeky . I've heard this sort of story before . Hun before you really fall in total love with her leave her cos you will get more jealous and she's got the cheek to say she will do it in future . Im Mediterranean and trust me find someone like u ...unless you want to change to become like her which I doubt as you have to be brought up from a child to adult to be like her , terrible situation

Find a Spanish girl

I can't believe she wouldn't invite you too. And she's new girlfriend? Then with more reason she should want to be with u as you want to be with her

Cuidate u are more important than someone you didn't know before remember that
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

Personally I think you have got it wrong.

You say you "She is cheeky" - well you don't even know her.

It's true that people get along with others who have same similar values... But me and my gf also have our own social lives.... And holidays are also OK..... It's all based on trust (something that you would only have based on "how long your around somebody", or so it seems)

As mentioned earlier in this post.... The main topic is trust.... I guess you wouldn't trust a person if they did this to you as you feel they are cheeky.... But that is simply your view and opinion.

"Find a Spanish girl" - a completely irrelevant statement as people can be all kinds of characters (yes there can be a generalization)... But the origin of a person doesn't necessarily dictate "how they are".

To the guy in this situation.... Just talk and try to understand her opinion.... If you can't then simply carry on with your uneasy feeling or break up..... I don't think anything wrong is happening.... But if something tells you She is going to cheat or you simply cannot trust her..... Then leave her.

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She is cheeky . I've heard this sort of story before . Hun before you really fall in total love with her leave her cos you will get more jealous and she's got the cheek to say she will do it in future . Im Mediterranean and trust me find someone like u ...unless you want to change to become like her which I doubt as you have to be brought up from a child to adult to be like her , terrible situation

Find a Spanish girl

I can't believe she wouldn't invite you too. And she's new girlfriend? Then with more reason she should want to be with u as you want to be with her

Cuidate u are more important than someone you didn't know before remember that
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Old 28.09.2015, 22:48
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

Sorry I didn't explain myself properly.

I simply meant that i don't think it's about trust or not trust. Even if you trust someone in my opinion the gentleman doesn't like the idea and if he doesn't like it now at 32 years old he will never like it . I don't like the idea either . It's in our Mediterranean blood

Eitherway even if you trust her what if she gets drunk or tipsy one night whilst out on holidays with her guy friend . Sometimes even if two aren't attracted whilst sober things can go differently .therfore you can never purely trust someone
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Old 28.09.2015, 23:50
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Most men would be immensely pleased if women could just pee in the woods at the side of the road, regardless of standing or not.
Mine does all the time, what's the problem?

The classic was when my mother did it, and used poison-ivy leaves to wipe herself!

(yes, this really happened)

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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

I think it's just her personality,,,,I wouldn't like that either if I were you,,,nothing to do swiss,,
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Old 29.09.2015, 13:03
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

I did not read all the comments, but I think the normal is to have time with for yourself on a daily basis...like a routine..but traveling I would like to go with my boyfriend...
Well, I am brasilian, so not like most people here...
Also, I think is from person to person...
On a routine, I like running and have my own time during the week...but if I am dating I like to be together but with a little time for myself...

I would not like, also, that my broyfriend go travelling without me all the time...I mean, one time, or another ok...but no something i would want to get used to! ... well that is just me... maybe thats why I am still single here lol....
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I wish I could pee standing, that would help a lot when hiking.
You can, but you'll get wet legs probably
No she won't
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Old 29.09.2015, 13:40
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

Personally, Im fine with my partner having time alone. I think its an important part of a relationship. Helps to keep you both interesting to one another lol.

If he wanted to go on the odd weekend away, im ok with that.
A week's vacation is also fine..with his (male) friends.

I trust him although i wouldnt like him to travel alone with another woman. As jealous as I know this sounds; I feel I should be his No. 1 female friend.
I certainly dont think he would have an affair but I would be jealous of his friendship


For context: We're married, together 10 years and have a child
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Old 29.09.2015, 16:58
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

Thing is, our elusive OP has been together with his girlfriend for a fantastic...2 months! In my book, it's a bit early for either parties to judge of the other's level of commitment and to make demands with regards to future behaviour. It's time to enjoy the romance and get to know each other, not plan for retirement together.

Personally, after such a short time I wouldn't be able to say "yes, you're right, I will never go on vacation without you in the future". It might be the case that I end up spending all my vacations with my better-half (actually, it isn't, but that's another matter altogether), but after two months I wouldn't commit over an uncertain future. As to scrap existing plans for a 2 months old relationship...well, I would probably end up in scrapping the relationship and not the plans.

These things take time!!! (For the record, with my husband for close to 22 years, married for 19, and very happy with how we spend how free time)
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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

Man, Swiss girls are so strange.

Las suizas son demasiados complicadas mi amigo, solo piensan en trabajar hacer dinero y no saben lo que es sentimientos ni nada de eso.

<Google translate: The [female] Swiss are too complicated my friend, think about working to make money and not know what feelings or anything like that.>

Its the hard true

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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

Si e Los Latinos son demasiado sentimentos y sobretodos playboy

Pero soy de acuerdo y piensio tambiien que la suizas se creen muy importantes pero no rispetan mucho y Coquetas no rispeto que mi novio tiene una novia ( yo) pero estes muchachas No importa

<Google translate+ added: But I'm okay and I think also that the Swiss think they're important and flirty, but are not very respectful, they do not respect that my boyfriend has a girlfriend (I) but they're girls so do not matter >

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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

misaluana, playboy? hahaha i dont think so

where are you from!?

come on, swiss girl really its so hard, for me i try like 3 times can't understand.
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misaluana, playboy? hahaha i dont think so

where are you from!?

come on, swiss girl really its so hard, for me i try like 3 times can't understand.
I'm not Swiss, I'm a mix of warm blood italian etc etc
I'm sure you will find a great girl sooner or later . Ye they can be big headed and disrespectful but Ye don't remind me I'm getting angry


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Old 13.11.2015, 10:43
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Eitherway even if you trust her what if she gets drunk or tipsy one night whilst out on holidays with her guy friend . Sometimes even if two aren't attracted whilst sober things can go differently .therfore you can never purely trust someone
You don't need holidays or far flung places to get drunk or tipsy. It can happen at an after-work beer. I've never worked in any place where there hasn't been a rumour mill about what A and B did that night or are still doing, and probably A and B are the only ones to think they're being so discrete that nobody is noticing.

Some people are inherently trustworthy and others are not. That's my take.
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Si e Los Latinos son demasiado sentimentos y sobretodos playboy

Pero soy de acuerdo y piensio tambiien que la suizas se creen muy importantes pero no rispetan mucho y Coquetas no rispeto que mi novio tiene una novia ( yo) pero estes muchachas No importa
As if the muchachas no importa do not understand spanish. Boooo!

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Re: Is this the normal behaviour of Swiss girls?

It means " the Swiss girls don't care if you he has a girlfriend . They still try it on with him Flirty many not all


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