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Re: Are the Swiss really hard to crack like coconuts?

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And you are who exactly?

It's polite to go to the introductions thread first and introduce yourself before engaging in a monologue.

I think that's polite in most cultures.
Since when are you with the geranium police?
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I have lived in few countries and Swiss are no better or worse.

On the surface people might appear different with their peculiar national traits but if you scratch the surface then all humans are very similar, just dumb monkeys
Exactly right I lived in a bunch of countries and each have their own pros and cons and donít see too much negative here compared to others. Socially it can be a bit hard but there are plenty of opportunities to hang out with the outlanders here for a bit of Craic when needed.
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Since when are you with the geranium police?
I'm integrating!
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Integration fail: Geranium Police can be safely ignored until SAT, 15.05.2021 - Eisheiligen/Frigid Sophie
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.... So I thought I could help you by giving you the following four advice, good luck!.......
Dazzling to see the Swiss and how to handle them described like a breed of dog.
Wondering now: Any of you want to buy one?
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