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So in your opinion, what is a good approach then?
You seem too selective, if you were intrested into hooking up you would welcome that guy no matter what

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Same here but the opposite gender. Never had a problem being approached by guys. Most of them though though that bumping "accidentally" into me was a great hookup move. And then there were the other guys that went around the room talking to every single girl in the hope that somebody will speak to them. Emm no thanks mate. My phone is more interesting than a desperate weirdo
This never fails and expectations are always being met, if you expect to go home alone you go home alone, dot.

Because if I go only to have fun and listen to music then I do not approach anyone and sure enough I do not meet anyone and I go home alone.

What kind of advice is this, btw?

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OP, listen to flow23. It's the paradox of desperation...the more you want it, the more likely you won't get it. Women are atune to this fibe in the same way men are atune to bunny boilers. Relax, go out simply to meet people and have a good time and expect to go home alone.

That is assuming you are a reasonably attractive individual. If you are fugly in anyway, then disregard all of the above.

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So in your opinion, what is a good approach then?
You seem too selective, if you were intrested into hooking up you would welcome that guy no matter what
How old are you?

In my limited experience, there is no standard approach for all women If there was then you would have been told about it already...

Be yourself, be happy with yourself, position yourself to seize opportunities, know your limits, don't try too hard in fact don't even try, be cool and most importantly be nice. (Even though some women do like to be a treated badly at first )
Everything else is just luck of the draw.

Edit: If you're just after getting laid forget about the advice above, just stand out from the crowd and be an asshole... works everytime and if it doesn't then it doesn't matter it's not like you tried
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

Here I was referring to this Greek girl who I met initially on a party and asked her out 4 or 5 times on FB during the course of these 2 months, she simply ignores to meet or do anything together, except for pub nights where there are other students involved.
Last time there I didn't even say hi to her, and then later she asked me why on FB...
We started to talk and she basically said she is helplessly melanholic, cannot get used to life here, she even travelled to Berlin just to meet a Greek friend from grammar school or something. Last week she brought a female friend from Greece all the way here!!

I am just gonna delete all the contacts of people who are chickens to meet in real life or are playing games and not open.
I don't need another FB buddy, I have 500 of them already.
So either you're down for it, either you can gracefully perish.

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I don't want to sound biased, but... we (oups, I just blew myself) are not that closed-minded. I can tell you actually that we tend to make good company with non-Greeks and of course switch to English when the company's mixed. Even in greek parties there are many non-Greeks which we invite and indeed show up.
So, you should probably try again.

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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

Don't get too hung up on this Greek girl, you already lost that game
And by the way it's Melancholic!
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Here I was referring to this Greek girl who I met initially on a party and asked her out 4 or 5 times on FB during the course of these 2 months, she simply ignores to meet or do anything together, except for pub nights where there are other students involved.
Last time there I didn't even say hi to her, and then later she asked me why on FB...
We started to talk and she basically said she is helplessly melanholic, cannot get used to life here, she even travelled to Berlin just to meet a Greek friend from grammar school or something. Last week she brought a female friend from Greece all the way here!!

I am just gonna delete all the contacts of people who are chickens to meet in real life or are playing games and not open.
I don't need another FB buddy, I have 500 of them already.
So either you're down for it, either you can gracefully perish.
Sounds like she could use an actual friend.

So what if she's more interested in going out with groups of friends - here I refer to what I said before:
Often, gals who may be up for a "hook up" do so only on the down low, more of a "friends with benefits" type arrangement, where the hook ups are kept secret.

Now, I'm not saying that you'll get anywhere with that particular girl - but she may have friends or there may be others within the group who are more inclined.

Stop trying to get laid and start trying to be a friend. No, not "that" friend (the one who all the girls go to with their problems), be datable.

Aside from that, if gals see you hanging with gals, sometimes it's a bit of a point of attraction for us, as we tend to think that guys who can be friends with girls are more pleasant to hang out with. So, even if you don't attract a girl from within your group, the girls who see you out with a group of friends (enjoying yourself!!) will see more potential in you. And you may just develop more potential anyhow along the way.
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

No offense but you sound like a bit of a d*ck, perhaps that is also why people don't want to meet/hook up?
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We cant tell... you have to see for yourself
I can tell you at least what happens on student parties, since I was to like 90% of them during these months and I go out multiple times a wek...

It happens a lot of dancing, guys bumping some girls and shit and in the end it all ends with at most exchanging FBs, or some people just prefer to just leave without even saying a goodbye.
At the other side there are groups of "old friends" who just bla bla bla..."M did this...Me ed that...Me should do this...", desperatelyt trying to show how cool their student life is haha...And then who is desperate?

Afterparty everyone goes to FB and Likes and writes how great it was, and after that they individualy send me private messages how it in fact sucked and they were bored and...

People get out and see for yourself
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

You seem as immune to advice as you are to hooking up.

At this point the only way we can help you further is if you:

-Post a pic of yourself, dressed as you would be going out
-Tell us how old you are*
-Tell us where you are from*

*I think I saw requests for this info at least once in the thread but not an answer
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

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Just smile. It can open a way to a nice chat in the bus/train

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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

Are there no clubs (not night clubs), groups, social clubs, societies etc where people with similar interests get together at the university?
Gyms, bars, pubs and clubs can tend to be more like meat markets, where everyone knows exactly what you are there for. If you can meet like thinking people (girls and boys), you will start to make real friendships.

http://www.uzh.ch/studies/studentlif...arious_en.html
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

Hello

First I would like tothank you for describing the sociology of Zurich. I agree with you 100% and Iam a bit surprised to read so many sharp tongued replies.

First I think theproblem here originates from the Germanic style and the Swiss control. And let’snot forget that the majority of the Swiss population, originate from smallmountain villages which certainly plays an important role in shaping the sociologyof cities like Zurich. People here are 2D. People here arethought that in order to be loved and accepted they must go with the flow,study, work, and shop with the crowd. Thinking outside of the box andindividuality are not allowed here unless you pay. Everything here is by theeconomics book. Emotions are not allowed in the Swiss economy because thissystem is about planning for long term stability through control. The systemhere is very stable and efficient because it forces the human resources to giveup their potential to the benefit of the system.

The Swiss humanresources are unique. Look at Maslow's hierarchy of needs, where you will seethat a few of the characteristics don't apply here. Therefore most Swiss never self-actualizeand thus they never reach their full potential as individuals, but this makes the Swiss system more strong andmore stable compared to the U.S. system (as an example) where the individualhuman resources fight to compete and to be unique which make the system morefragile and the infrastructure is deteriorating around them...



Also I would like to mention that Zurich is a 300,000 inhabitants city. There might be a lot of money horded here in this area and some people see it like it’s New York City, but from a sociology point of view cities at 300k have a lot of similarities and people are more withdrawn, superficial, and stuck in their comfort zones... It’s like a very large village… From my experience, from 800k up is where you find people actually socializing and getting out of their comfort zones…



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My typical day starts by taking an early morning train/bus to the uni. The majority of people just walk around with their face glued to the iPhone and the headphones stuck in their ears, so it's quite boring. Majority sleepy and overworked, or worried or whatever...nobody even exchanges looks or smilies or whatever.

In the uni the situation is even more catastrophic, the people are plain boring, I am not kidding! In fact they just sit around aimlessly and in 2 months I got to now only a dozen people, and each of them I had to approach first, chase and babysit them until we became (wow) Facebook friends!

No one shows any initiative and I don't know who is more dull, Auslanders or locals. Asian girls are paranoic and intrested just to travel around Europe and take FB photos, Greeks are helplessly melanholic and stick only to...well Greeks. Nordish people stick to their own countrymen, pissed off by the lack of "satisfactory" female material. Locals still hang with their pre-school or kindergarten buddies...And no the hell I am not generalising! I approached and talked to most of people there and I have a what I believe is statistically valid sample to claim this.
For sure there are student "parties" and events, but hell are they boring! Just bla bla bla always on same topics "Me travelled to Paris...Me did this...Me did that...". You even can't hear the DJ music, how loud is bla bla bla the whole night and then nach house gehen, but everyone to his or her house. If you were lucky you got at maximum a freaking FB friend, to maybe go together to a supermarket 3 months from now, since if you ask her immediately she is busy, overplanned, sick, visiting friend and studying all at the same time, the bottom line uncomfortable to do anything even the most banal of things like a coffee downtown in a public place surrounded by a horde of policemen...
Any sexual topic or flirt is misunderstood or avoided like a plague, and discussed only online with some creepy girls with mental problems, one of them I talk to regulary for a lack of better things to do in this boring and overpriced town...She totally hates guys and does not want to interact with anyone but through online means and yes she still thinks she is the smartest...

Night scene is nothing better, unless the girl(s) are a bit drunk, which is a rare occurence given the price of alchocol. Just coldness, lack of any avanturistic spirit, pre-historic believes and social conditioning, etc.

Actuall many foreign students I know resigned completely and just fell into depression where they just sit on Facebook the whole day. Maybe someone goes to the gym, in a mechanic way and of course always with their headphones in the ears - since otherwise it would be always so quiet and depressing!!

I totally can't believe anyone hooking up or having a relationship here, since I cannot figure out how dammit they meet to start with? There is some loction or "tactic" I am missing or...
I mean, it can't be so hard...we go for a drink, we dance somewhere, we go travelling to some place, sit in a room, put some intresting movie. But here as soon as you open your mouth in front of a person you don't already know, you are considered a total freak, I even had girls yell "Nein, nein" even after I just asked them where the bar is.

And yes, I believe the students are the most affected and asocial group of people in this town, unfortunatelly.

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You seem as immune to advice as you are to hooking up.
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

In my post above, I gave two options for why this chap can't pull. Seems they're both valid.
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Re:

Strange. I am coming from the South (Alabama, US) and my experience here is that women are far more aggressive than what I am used to. Which makes me uncomfortable, as I am married.

My wife and me met online on a forum, not unlike this one. Neither of us were looking to date anyone, but that is how things usually happen.
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In my post above, I gave two options for why this chap can't pull. Seems they're both valid.
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I can tell you at least what happens on student parties, since I was to like 90% of them during these months and I go out multiple times a week...
If you're going to 90% of the parties, you might be giving yourself a bad rep in that you're not serious about school. Going to a university like ETH is a bit of a privilege, and that's why so many take it seriously.

18-24 year-olds being self-absorbed? There's a shock! . Of course they're self-absorbed; this is probably the first time in their lives they've gone and done significant things on their own, and they want to tell people about it! Have you tried being a good listener, and asking questions? People like other people who are interested in them. And, BTW, isn't this WHOLE THREAD about YOUR self-absorption?

Also, if you walk around with this "I'll mix my bob with anyone's bits" attitude, people are gonna wonder if hooking up with you means a penicillin shot from the doctor a week later...
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

I hear its quite easy to "get some" on Langstrasse.
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

Here's how it's done.
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Re: How to hook up in Switzerland?

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So in your opinion, what is a good approach then?
You seem too selective, if you were intrested into hooking up you would welcome that guy no matter what



This never fails and expectations are always being met, if you expect to go home alone you go home alone, dot.

Because if I go only to have fun and listen to music then I do not approach anyone and sure enough I do not meet anyone and I go home alone.

What kind of advice is this, btw?
And you complain because?

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Here I was referring to this Greek girl who I met initially on a party and asked her out 4 or 5 times on FB during the course of these 2 months, she simply ignores to meet or do anything together, except for pub nights where there are other students involved.
Last time there I didn't even say hi to her, and then later she asked me why on FB...
We started to talk and she basically said she is helplessly melanholic, cannot get used to life here, she even travelled to Berlin just to meet a Greek friend from grammar school or something. Last week she brought a female friend from Greece all the way here!!

I am just gonna delete all the contacts of people who are chickens to meet in real life or are playing games and not open.
I don't need another FB buddy, I have 500 of them already.
So either you're down for it, either you can gracefully perish.
So? She just doesnt like you. Get over it and move on

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I can tell you at least what happens on student parties, since I was to like 90% of them during these months and I go out multiple times a wek...

It happens a lot of dancing, guys bumping some girls and shit and in the end it all ends with at most exchanging FBs, or some people just prefer to just leave without even saying a goodbye.
At the other side there are groups of "old friends" who just bla bla bla..."M did this...Me ed that...Me should do this...", desperatelyt trying to show how cool their student life is haha...And then who is desperate?

Afterparty everyone goes to FB and Likes and writes how great it was, and after that they individualy send me private messages how it in fact sucked and they were bored and...

People get out and see for yourself
People like you who whine about it online instead of just getting out there and meeting people

Newsflash mate: Just because you like some people, they dont have to like you back. People may choose to ignore you for any reason. You cant force someone to want to talk to you. You have to talk too hundeds of people to find a couple of friends
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Here I was referring to this Greek girl who I met initially on a party and asked her out 4 or 5 times on FB during the course of these 2 months, she simply ignores to meet or do anything together, except for pub nights where there are other students involved.
Last time there I didn't even say hi to her, and then later she asked me why on FB...

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I am just gonna delete all the contacts of people who are chickens to meet in real life or are playing games and not open.
I don't need another FB buddy, I have 500 of them already.
So either you're down for it, either you can gracefully perish.
Perhaps you should try to acquire actual mobile numbers for the women you would like to date. That way you could call them to ask them out.

I wouldn't go out with a guy who only asked me out via FB and didn't at least ask for my number in order to call me. Maybe try a more direct method of contact (phone or in person) and see what happens.
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