Switzerland is a neutral (a.k.a. “chicken”) country whose primary occupations are to keep good time and hide money through its very sensible banking laws. If the account holder is Jewish, the banks take the precaution of hiding the money from the depositor as well.
The nation of Switzerland is typically associated with fine chocolates and watchmaking and has a population of yodelling pacifist wankers.
- Fact # 1
Switzerland is a neutral, landlocked European nation with sensible banking laws. If the account holder is Jewish, the banks take the added precaution of hiding the money from the depositor as well.
- Fact # 2
Its third-largest export consists of Swiss Guards to the Vatican.
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Switzerland is composed of 26 cantons, some of them with garlic.
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One of the highest crimes a tourist can commit in Switzerland is to make jokes about watches or yodelling. Jokes about Toblerone bars are considered strictly passé but are not illegal by statute or by law.
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Contrary to popular belief, The Sound of Music was not filmed in Switzerland—continuing the long tradition of things not happening in Switzerland.