“If I put it in English,” he said, “it would basically be, ‘Put on some ketchup, put on some mayonnaise, put on some salad, you’ve just been served. But it may be the opposite message that has them singing along.
So, you’ve had a one-night stand, and that’s what you are. Watch a 15-minute documentary of the chips funga phenomenon.
So he wanted his song to send a message: that it isn’t necessarily good to be a chips funga.
The third verse, which he sings in Swahili, does just that. And you’ve made yourself cheap, like chips.’” That’s the message Anto wants people to hear.
When it comes to dating in Switzerland, online forums are full of expats crying out for tips on meeting the ‘reserved', ‘conservative' or ‘unapproachable' Swiss.“I mainly get approached by Spanish guys,” she admits, adding that she thinks Swiss men must be too arrogant or too scared to speak to women.Neosoul says when he first heard the term chips funga he immediately got it.Around the world, women have different tastes: some like to have one-night stands regularly – around once a month, in their own city.Others prefer to save their naughtiness for when summer holidays arrive, and will have one-night stands only once per year.But this ‘no effort' mentality is a mistake when it comes to dating the Swiss.