But I have to admit that the kids in Switzerland are pretty adorable.
First, when they are out of kindergarten they have to wear triangular fluorescent bibs.
|A man. A pram. A tram. Panama.|
Second, the kindergarten workers sometimes transport whole batches of kids in these massive kinderwagons:
It is literally impossible to see half a dozen kids in one of those and not smile. I like saying the word kinderwagon. Top tip - it's more fun if you stress the first syllable and pronounce the 'w' as 'v'.
Another gratifying sight is kids riding ruinously expensive wooden pedal-less bikes (sometimes called "ride-on bikes"). Thusly:
|Child's smile: priceless Wooden bike: 500 pounds or something|
Finally, I'd like to do an online fist-bump to Swiss parents in general. I can't recall seeing a parent screaming at their kid in a supermarket. I've never thought the word 'feral' when looking at a group of kids, and in restaurants they just sit and eat food and don't run around screaming.
I don't exactly know how they do it, but high five, guys. High five.
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