12 Signs That You’re Becoming (Too) Swiss

If you don't get too upset when a public holiday falls on a Sunday, there is no need to read on. You are most definitively turning Swiss!

Otherwise, here are some additional ways of telling whether or not you are becoming "Newly Swissed":

12 Signs That You're Becoming (Too) Swiss
















































































































You are so turning Swiss if this post has offended you! How about taking a vacation abroad? Oh no, that would be pretty Swiss as well!

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  • sylvia

    OMG I’m so scared!
    I must be 75% Swiss already!

  • the fighter jets are such a normal occurrence for me! I def love it 🙂

  • andy

    I didn’t mind the Patrouille Suisse fighter jets over Dübendorf last week! Awesome! 🙂

  • HJ

    I always take two bottles of Rivella With me when going to China. You can conveniently buy them at the store after security (just in case you shouldn’t know). For all non-Swiss: Rivella is healthy, gooood, and it may safe your life in case of only finding “inappropriate” food.

  • Thank god! I don’t really care for any of this stuff. There is still hope for me 🙂

  • Annemarie

    OMG I must be sooo swiss can totally relate to the colour of curtains and a few others

  • Roberto Lopes de França

    Sorry, but this seems to be another post directed to a particular branch of non EU citizens, not only that, but having a bigger salary in Switzerland will not make a conscious person go out of their philosophy and become an exuberant consumist…

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