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Hi everyone, I have been reading through the different articles in the forum and was so happy. It just felt like being home. I had been suching for were to get information on the way of life in Switzerland. I moved here last year september, married to a swiss who is really unwilling to inform me on many things. I have had some answers from reading through the forum and has really been helpfull to me. cheers

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I've given you your own intro thread

It does not bode well the fact that you've used "unwilling" in your post. Sad to hear that....
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Yeah, that sounds unfortunate. No doubt we can fill in the gaps in your knowledge where Captain-Unwilling prefers you ignorant.

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Sad too but whenever i ask something he says he does not know. Later I inform him of what i have learnt or found out, he says its not important or its not so and tells me the same answer but in different words
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Thanks Lob and Dave, thats kind of you.

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Sad too but whenever i ask something he says he does not know. Later I inform him of what i have learnt or found out, he says its not important or its not so and tells me the same answer but in different words
That sounds like my manager. Does you husband work at UBS?
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Old 17.03.2008, 13:25
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Welcome LADYBIRD!

I'm certainly looking forward to your contributions.

Before you know it you'll be teaching your husband a thing or two about speeding fines, racism, sliced bread, cheese theft etc etc.

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Hi, and welcome. I will help all i can with any questions. I am sorry that your husband is not helpful for you.
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He doent work at the UBS and if he would then I dont want to think of what it would be like. Thanks forks you have made my day. Am sure with you all I wount need to ask a thing but teach him intead. I was so mad today and had opted not to go for my german class, but u have brought a smill to my face and am so fresh. Thank you all for being there for me. Have to go now, byeeee
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