Dating a swiss man
Perhaps with time you will notice drastic differences how e.g.people greet each other (male-male hand shake, kisses in the cheeks people who know each other since long and etc.).I have to say, I find (ok, not all, but a few) Swiss men tremendously hot, which makes it a shame that they are indeed, very passive! Maybe you were swept off your feet during a visit to the Alps, where you met a Swiss man.For me, it took a very long to find out whether there was actually a heart inside.Once the ice was broken, it was just like any other relationship.Funnily enough I lately read research that waiting four weeks to jump in the sack with someone greatly improves the chance of a lasting relationship.But I digress, the point is that in Switzerland it’s much more common to just hang out with someone. You might meet up in groups of friends, go for walks, or have a coffee.
Here it’s better to be fifteen minutes early as opposed to fifteen minutes late.So, for you girls out there, is it just me, or have you found, when dating swiss men, that they are a bit...passive?Like, I find myself always having to suggest date ideas and make the plans, because the guys I date here seem to think that "chivalry" means letting the girl call all the shots.) But if the Swiss women are equally passive (as bemoaned in the other thread), then how do they meet at all?
I'll guess that, somehow, the answer involves the phrase 'it varies from canton to canton...' I find with the Swiss girls that they do not flirt so much, and they have an extremely tough external.
It doesn’t mean you are madly in love or intend to marry, it means you are testing the waters.