You know you’ve been in Switzerland too long when…
You use a lot of genaus—even when speaking English.
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You’ve stood behind someone buying a bottle of soda with a CHF 1000 bill more than once.
You know how to play Jass.
You define yourself either as a Migros or a Coop shopper.
You debate construction schedules with your neighbor.
You can’t visit "home" without thinking how dirty everything looks.
You go to lunch exactly at noon.
You think CHF 20 for lunch is a “good deal.”
Your baby stroller is the most expensive mode of transportation you own.
You don’t even think twice about taking your Christmas tree home on the bus.
You've almost been killed crossing the street in many other countries.
You think everywhere else you go is really cheap.
Your American husband plays his alphorn in the living room.
You realize no matter how long you live here, you’ll always be “the foreigner...”
You're still scared to go "home" again.
How do you know you've been in Switzerland too long?