Most ‘Ask the Expat’ inquires come to me as comments or emails from readers. These, however, come in the form of search terms that bring people to my blog. Gotta love site stats.
american gaydar doesn’t work in europe
Yes and no. If your gaydar is set to detect mainly visual cues, then well-dressed Italian men and German women with short haircuts are likely to give you a barrage of false positives. But with a bit of fine tuning (and a voltage converter), you’ll find that your American gaydar can become useful in Europe, too.
german and american life difference
This one is easy. In Germany, the beer, public transportation and unemployment benefits are better. The Mexican food, friendliness of people, and availability of ice are worse.
mexican food in germany
Is not worth your time (see previous answer).
reality tv germany
Not as sophisticated as the American version. Although one can watch Flavor of Love and Rock of Love here, Germany has thus far failed to produce compelling equivalents. In the meantime we entertain ourselves with Germany’s Next Top Model and DSDS.
what kind of job can an american have in europe
Well, you can be a runway model coach, or a revered pop icon. Those are basically the only two options I can think of.
expat basel blog
Try The Big Finn.
swiss view on nudity
Well, I hear that from the men’s restroom at the Bauschänzli in Zurich, one has a view of the topless sunbathers next door at the Frauenbad.
how did the hair dryer change american life
Um, it made it fluffier, and more blown out?
should i move to zurich
swiss german horrible people
No, not all of them.
waste time internet
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