Of course, this is easier said than done, because imagine having to recall all those to start the meeting off right.
He added that while he had respect for the French habit, and that in Russia where men also kiss each other in greeting, this was not the German way and it was an affectation of the 'Shickimicki' set - or the 'in-crowd'.
The cartoons, produced by Munich public services in cooperation with the equality office, anti-discrimination office and the Centre for Intercultural Cooperation of the City of Munich, warn men not to touch women or enter the pool in their underwear instead of swimming trunks.
is Swiss German for "mistakes waiting to happen.) It starts with the way you address people and ends with how you cut your steak.
In order to help you prevent some of the more embarrassing blunders, we have compiled this non-exhaustive primer on etiquette in the German speaking part of Switzerland.
Then, I’ll do the pretend reach.”Splitting the bill Yet there are instances where it’s preferred to split the bill.
One fashion editor said she goes dutch when she’s sure she never wants to see that person again.
According to the eighteenth edition of Emily Post’s the rule is “for a first date at least, the person who asks should pay unless both parties agree in advance to share expenses.” But in the age of Tinder, who can be considered the initiator? Looking for some clarification, I posed the question to the staff over coffee, hoping my fellow editors could share their own thoughts on paying for dinner on a date.
Due to the candidness of their answers, their names have been kept confidential for fear of freaking out future first dates.
When greeting someone on the street, on the train or in a store, simply say if you are greeting more than one person, such as in elevators or waiting rooms.
That is if you do not know this person on a first name basis!
There is nothing specific in the 13-point cartoons directed at migrants.