Is it cultural, or is it just that the guys I happen to meet are a bit..."too nice" (not to say...boring)? (Also, has anyone found that swiss guys seem to be totally surprised when you smile or flirt with them?I mean innocent flirting, etc, but if you touch them on the arm or something they look at your hand wide-eyed like they've never been touched on the arm before??
The cast has been trekking around a couple of the Scandinavian countries ending last week's episode in Denmark.'s Twitter, Rachel and early favorite Peter are seen meeting at a helicopter for her third one-on-one date.I heard that it's has got something to do with the region or cantons in Switzerland for that matter: in German swiss region people are more bored due to the weather which makes them more cold towards each other and ''alles ins Ordnung'' we live like robots...on the contrary towards Geneva, Laussane and Ticino people are more latino orientated thus warmer towards each other in relations representing so called ''macho culture''.is a huge part of keeping up with social graces in Switzerland.Whereas in the United States, we often give our late dates the benefit of the doubt (the subway sucked! "People are also expected to show up on time for social outings, whether it's dinner at someone's house, drinks at a bar, or a party," Switzerland-based writer Catherine Mc Lean That means they also steer clear of TMI.