theme number 1. Far and wide, it gushed from the weather report and could not see the Sünneli icon and the displayed degrees Celsius saturated. The media-considered stories à la “Easter at home” and wanted to convey the home to stay a good feeling. Don’t be sad that you’re going to the South, and for heaven’s sake, don’t be sad that you’re not spending hours in a traffic jam. Then Easter came.

And also the cars and the case returned again to Switzerland. Almost as in the school essay, we were told by the weather. “It rained,” say the people who were in Italy. “It pissed throughout,” tell the tourists that drove into the South of France. “It rained,” report to the Israel traveler. And the Swiss? “Do mixture uhhh hot gsi. Mega!” And they give birth to a Smile behind his Hand. Bolder still, The questioner knows that the weather was bad, and asks for extra time: “Eh, the weather was very bad?” Then say again: “Here it was super!” Meanwhile, you think for a long time: Oh, me don’t give a shit!

when it comes to weather? Why do you want to know in the holidays, the weather back home is, and will be happy if it is shallow, while you’re pushing yourself in the face in the sun?
The misfortunes of others may delight us as a gift, weiss a psychologist from Münster (D). Schadenfreude strength to us. It relieves pressure and enhances our Self. But there is someone really better, if he knows that others are in the rain? Finally, the weather is not self-inflicted, no misfortune, no misfortune, but climatology. Good to know is that this diabolical feeling comes from hell, but in every culture is widespread – it, Switzerland is not a typical Japanese. On the banale weather question, I say next Time: “The weather was good.” Finally, we respond to the phrase “How are you?” is usually totally banal: “Good.”