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Why don't you Euros Partition Switzerland?

Is there any reason not to? You're letting a foreign country rule over your people, seems uncool.

I agree. Switzerland is a pointless country anyways.
I made this map, I unified some ethnic/cultural areas or made them their own country. I segregated some hard left areas of Europe also. I know imperfect but I think better than current.
Germany should have it.

Swiss woman 'auctions herself' to pay medical bills after car crash


>A young woman left badly injured after suffering a car accident is reportedly hoping to raise as much as $A100,000 to pay her medical bills and set herself up, by joining a controversial website to sell her virginity.

The young woman, identified only as 20-year-old Amanda, says she wants to use the money to repay her family who have ended up in debt trying to pay her costs after the accident.

Amanda, from the province of Thurgau in Switzerland, is a part of a disturbing trend which has seen young women in desperate situations, or those simply keen to get a financial leg-up in life, turn to websites where they can auction off their virginity for large sums of money.

While prostitution is perfectly legal in Switzerland, the trend has promoted concerns about the potential for exploitation and the unregulated nature of such arrangements, with some women reportedly making deals for as much as a million dollars. The controversial websites have risen to prominence in recent years, and gained attention in Australia in 2018 after a Sydney student reportedly became the first Australian to sign up.

For Amanda, her trouble started in October 2018 when the 18-year-old rented a car that was being driven by a friend. When he wanted to stop he spotted a parking space, but mixed up the accelerator with the brake causing the car to smash through a fence, landing in a river.

The accident reportedly left her seriously injured and in hospital.

She says she is still unable to work, and as a result has now decided to sign up with website Cinderella Escorts for one of its controversial virgin auctions, ostensibly in an attempt to get herself out of a financial bind.

Yesterday she was Australian.
Nice. The market exposes simpry and human thirstiness for mundane shit everyday for us to see and appreciate the fact that we aren't the same
both this post and the replies ITT are thoroughly depressing.