The UnDutchables: An Observation of the Netherlands, Its Culture and Its Inhabitants

Cover Image of The UnDutchablesThe UnDutchables offers a hilarious yet profound and revealing look at the Dutch, their customs and their mentality. This exquisite satire explores the most diverse aspects of daily Dutch life, from coffee to child rearing, from train travel to the toilet. Learn why the Dutch believe, “It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it,” and why it’s so hard to learn the Dutch language, “The more you try to learn Dutch, the more the Dutch refuse to speak Dutch to you and the more they complain that you haven’t learned it.” Other topics in The UnDutchables include Dutch moralizing & criticizing, cozy Dutch homes, flowers & plants, money & thriftiness, work ethics, welfare, commercial cunning, telephone habits, the national passion, rules for shopping, driving, Dutch customs, bikes, language, gay community, food, sex, drugs, phobias, the Dutch abroad and the 1995 flood disaster.

Cover image and text courtesy of White-Boucke Publishing.

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