“In a survey we did, 68 percent of people said that a name would affect whether or not they would date someone,” says Jennifer Moss, founder of and author of The One in a Million Baby Name Book.
She may be right: Swiss government figures in 2015 revealed that 35 percent of marriages were between a Swiss and a foreigner.
The Swiss need plenty of encouragement Search dating on any Swiss expat forum, and you find a slew of women moaning that men don’t approach them.
You need to make more effort than you think With the rise of dating apps like Tinder and Grindr, many of us expect instant hook-ups.
But this ‘no effort’ mentality is a mistake when it comes to dating the Swiss.
Rewind five years and the concept of ‘ghosting’ might have conjured up images of chucking a sheet over your head and trying to scare the living daylights out of your siblings/flatmates/neighbours (and - let’s be honest - probably failing). I don't understand the outrage people have about it.