There are plenty of reasons to despise this filth ridden city. What bothers you most?

please login / register to post images

5 of 5 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

Even my German colleagues (I now live abroad thank god) say Berlin and Germany is a DUMP! The only people praising it on here are inbred German trolls with too much time on their hands (as they are likely unemployed) who have never lived abroad , they are used to the anti-social and aggressive behaviour of the people in Berlin and Germany and thus consider it the norm.

Comment on this

0 of 0 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

There is some really weird guy working in one of these stores where I live, that sell all the "junk". It took me a while to figure this guy out but he always does the opposite while appearing all playful or maybe he thinks he is playful. When you buy cigarettes and not add "pack" he would always "conclude" it's tabacco. One time I came in there with a pizza, carrying it, looking for some icecream and he f.ucking asks me "Should I hold your pizza? :)" all seeming playful. But it's just sick. I figured I actually made sure it looks like I can manage because he always talks something and that's why he said it. Now I ignored him but back then it felt like I was bluffing (or maybe just withholding what not belong there in the first place). He seemed confused about it or afraid. Other time he comes from the backroom with a tea "Nonono that's mine" :)" Always confusing the heck out of everyone. Another time I want to buy a pen. I ask: Do you have any penS? His reply: You mean for writing something now? Now I did play him back by going with it (not fighting the feel of confusion: Noo..not for now...No, sorry we don't have..Oh, too bad ( I really wanted some) then: not even a pencil? ..No, sorry (He had to act hard there at this point, seemed bit sweaty)) but realized that only later. You know, it disconnects you cause you feel he lies but can slip. Everybody always seems to be really getting along with him and yet something just off about it. Overall I noticed that with quite a few turks. It's just not sane normal interactions. And somehow he seems harmless but only when you get his quirks, maybe wants to connect to others but it can this set you off when you don't notice it. I mean it is just sick but to him it might be playful. Effectively this is serious gaslighting.

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I mean I don't think it is good to play him back. I think the normal feel is: Could you just stop that?! Feels more angry cause it's irritating. And if something feels irritating chances are it's him and it's not about overplaying or withholding it because that not goes in line with how it feels. Would be interesting if anyone made similar experiences. You know it sounds like nothing much at first sight but not so. Even though I can see a child could tell in 1 second that the guy lies and it's just plain obvious. And if he is lost I guess the best thing for him is the way you feel while everybody else from what I can tell is reinforcing his stuff. I mean he really is a clerk fatale, he is walking on crutches and seems so innocent and your first instinct is, you feel for the guy and think he is doing good things. It really shows how lost people in this city are. Meet that guy before work, there goes your day potentially, slightly confused, then something else, something at work. You could say it's also a clueless place and especially not true to themselves.

5 of 5 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Listen, here's soem tough love that you need to hear: I can;'t stand Berlin and German's mentality, but you my friend need help, you are paranoid, so you'd better snap out of it and get out of Berlin while you still have a chance, because pretty soon you are going to end up in the loony-bin. Read back what you wrote and see what Berlin has done to your mind. Get out, NOW, right now, just go, anywhere else will be better.

Comment on this

0 of 1 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

The beautiful, welcoming culture of Berlin:
clips.twitch.tv/ScaryRelentlessVelociraptorBabyRage

3 of 5 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I don't blame them, who the hell want their city to turn into a multi-kulti zoo. Germans know that when BER opens and teh Chinese can fly direct to BER, they are going to invade this place like a plague of locusts.

2 of 2 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Person directly above: I think she's Korean. Mainland Chinese often do suck though, extremely rude and selfish.

But the real issue is young rich people from any country flocking to every city they hear is cool, but especially NYC/Brooklyn, LA, London, and Paris. Like every person that moves to a major western city, they want to believe they are the most important/coolest (how they dress, act, where the live, what they do), and anyone they don't know is beneath them, but their wealth gives them a lot more power than the poorer people arriving with the same mentality.

OP: Looks like she's in a beer hall in Munich/Bavaria, not Berlin.

1 of 1 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Afd voters in action

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Drunk pigs, harassing a young girl. They know they are losers and will never get anywhere so they let out their frustrations on innocent people.
Disgusting.
Also, I am pretty sure this is Hofbrauhaus in Munich.

1 of 1 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Saw this on r/Berlin and it says she is a popular Korean streamer who was at the Hofbrauhaus near Alexanderplatz. All the pathetic Berliners there are falling over themselves to pretend that these fat old ubermenschen aren't Berliners.

Comment on this

2 of 3 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

I don't think all leftists are radicals but in Berlin it seems all radicals are leftists. If the left is so tolerant then why were all of the AfD election posters around here ripped down within 24 hours? Why is at least one AfD office vandalized pretty much every day of the week? I have never seen a Grüne or Linke poster lying on the ground or covered in paint . To be honest AfD doesn't even seem that far right if you read through their party manifesto and don't just rely on facebook memes. When did these people become so sanctimonious and authoritarian? If AfD's political platform is so outrageous then why can't they simply point the ridiculousness out without gross misrepresentations and outright lies?

2 of 3 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I took a couple of friends to Dresden and we arrived on the night they have the weekly march. My friends wanted to talk to them about their concerns and came away saying how articlute and logical they all were, not to mention rational and friendly. When I told them the left hate them, one said some very wise words "yeah, well that makes sense".

Poland is the place to be, no multi-kulti, a pure mono-culture, easy going, friendly and very creative and they want to keep it that way, and I don't blame them. Multi-kulti is a tool by the 0.000001% to keep everyone poor, by shipping cheap labour around the world, to keep everyone's wages down. The Poles are not racist, they love to travel to other cultures, they are repectful to tourists, they just don't want them living permanently in their own backyards.

2 of 2 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Some cities in Poland are very nice, underrated, and will hopefully remain that way, but the Polish are too much the opposite. Too religious, too intolerant, too xenophobic (like, if you're Polish, they will treat you like an outsider even if you have the same color of skin), the women are very cold. Czechs are a bit better, neither excessively socially liberal nor excessively xenophobic and intolerant but they are still socially cold and their only real city is like a theme park overflowing with tourists. Every country and city has its own positives and plenty of negatives unfortunately.

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Forgot a "not" in my comment above: "..if you're NOT Polish, they will treat you.."

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I'm not Polish and I find them very warm and helpful, in fact very helpful. The food is great as well.

Comment on this

2 of 3 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

I apologise in advance if there are people reading this and are actually struggling to find a job from legit reasons, but I am just wondering...
Am I really lucky as fwck? I am not German, don’t speak the language but it still takes me little time to find jobs here in my actual field. And no, I don’t have special skills or technical abilities. And no, not talking about bar jobs. Jobs that are career centric and pay.
Someone complained about the job market being awful and going to trillion interviews without actually going nowhere. But then again, have their ever wondered that maybe the problem is that the’re not employable?
Some come with crazy request, complain about jobs without having the job yet, and talk about their personal objectives and desires and cool life in Berlin when asked questions. I mean, that’s nice to know about someone, but if you’re too centric on wanting a job that fits exactly unrealistic expectations, you won’t get it. Really. A bad attitude is taking you down no matter how skilled and capable you are. And most of the complainers are too much of this type. Don’t expect jobs if you’re not flexible and willing to meet half way, emit pretentions in your application or bluff yourself.
I literally saw someone for my team that said it was a senior while working alone and I was wondering who he was senior to (in a job he had for a year when he was 20) and that actually has poop loads of experience in our field (he never did the job) and talked about feeling the vibe and energy of people and how that drives him, and speaks up when he feels something is unfair.
Sorry, but you’re probably a pain to work with... Many jobs have transferable skills, good you feel
you can adjust, but you definitely need learning and assimilating time. Many times you need to be actually professional, even though here no one minds if you are a flamboyant flamingo with 1842 piercings and pink hair.
I guess the complainers are just kids with overbluffed selfesteem. And they will remain unemployed...
The job market is really out there. I am struggling to find someone, and I don’t. In this world of unemployment should be easy, but that’s the thing: Most are just not appealing to be employed. They don’t open and adjust to jobs, and it’s funny how they think exactly the opposite about themselves.

1 of 4 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Is the job really a career job? Does it pay more than a median German income? I agree that jobs in Berlin are somewhat easy to come by, but only if you are content earning around 2K per month, which after tax is quickly approaching poverty line wages. If you have any aspirations for leading an adult life in Berlin (driving a car, one day owning property, saving for retirement) then good luck with the current job market where you're competing with 8% official unemployment (real unemployment is surely 10% or more).

0 of 1 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

OP here. Yes, the job is career centric, as there’s a special specific to it that, and I do earn more the German median income.
As said before, maybe I am super lucky somehow, or maybe I am just realistic.
I do have to admit: I have the working experience that I count on, but some years back when I started, I would probably accept a job low paid (which I did) so that I can earn the experience.
It is normal. A lot of young people here are inexperienced, job hopping or unrealiable, but expect things...
You have to work for it a bit to reach it.

2 of 3 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

They are all lefty types, conservatives are busy making the future, while lefties whine about how they have to get up in the morning to work for an entrepeneur who has risked his whole life saving to create a job for that filthy left-wing cuunt rag.

Comment on this

3 of 3 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

If any males are reading this - oh, by the way, sorry if I offended anyone by using the term "males" - you'd best read this before settling here, this is typical of Berlin women, never admit they are wrong and prefer things to men - ooops, I've done it again, I used the M word, I mus learn to be more careful with my gender language here.

www.bz-berlin.de/leute/bonnie-strange-aetzt-wieder-gegen-verkaeufer

www.bz-berlin.de/berlin/marzahn-hellersdorf/michele-hat-seit-fuenf-jahren-sex-mit-einer-boeing

1 of 1 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Imagine being so insecure in your masculinity that you sue someone for 20,000 EUR because they insulted you on the internet. Now imagine a country that actually punishes people for insults.

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

They probbaly did it to make a point, I think it was ironic reverse political-correctness, to give shiithead Feminists a dose of their fhucked up medicine. Back to my daydream about all Feminists burning for eternity in the fires of hell, where the devil is definitely a she.

Comment on this

4 of 4 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

Is it just me or do people here call the police when others are just enjoying themselves but when there is actual noise that is disturbing nobody dares to call! out of fear to be not taken seriously?! After all they can be sure that the harmless version of that, something you can easily sleep to, is taken seriously in this repressive cuntish place. You know it makes me really angry for what attitude this is to life. Hearing the same grunting bastards in the middle of the night and no sounds of life and joy overall. I can't quite even put my anger into words, it would only sound below it.

Comment on this

5 of 5 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

This city has long lost its heart. Money has ruined it all. All is left is poop, desaturated Germans and their Jack Wolfskin apparel, drugs and druggies, piss, trash and way, way too many people who are all marketed to go eat this and listen to that and dress like this and don´t miss the opening of that. But after all, we are all reduced to struggling nobodies who are scared of (any) emotion and relationship. Berlin has absolutely no sense of community, thats why everyone does what he wants, and doesn´t care about consequences. A pity, but also a natural development of a city where the cultural/social tissues of society are so extreme and very difficult to merge. Despite the brunch places in Neukölln and the fancy kekabs in Prenzlauerberg.

6 of 7 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I think Berlin is great if you are in a very good relationship, otherwise it's the pits. Too many extreme leftist ideology from politically-correct, brainwashed Feminists and fake anarchists. Get out now, while you still have some sanity left.

3 of 4 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I am in a great relationship and have very good friendships, but just really bothered by the ugly and sad surroundings/people

Comment on this

11 of 11 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

I was In Berlin for 2 years because of my partner and in the summer of this year I'm finally moving away. Berliners are really very conflicting people! I haven't known anybody In the whole time, and it's not because I don't want to, but rather because Berliners are not normal. I only experienced problems In Berlin! People are unable to entertain and communicate normally here and if you're not a Berliner so nobody can give you a chance! I feel really sick! This town is so dirty and the people here are very aggressive and evil. So This is a great place for artists and young people? I think Berlin has an advertisement that lies!

5 of 5 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I don't know any artists or young people who have advanced their lives here.

Comment on this

6 of 6 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

Does anyone know somewhere in the world where the their is the least amount of whining homosexual feminists, whining gays, whining muslims, whining anti-white racists etc etc. Because that's where I want to live.

4 of 4 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

All European countries east of Germany. Maybe Switzerland and Austria, but the people there are ethnically Germans so they are, for the most part, also unbearable human beings.

2 of 2 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Netherland :)

Comment on this

1 of 1 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

Every sh.it that makes you feel small, go like "fuck them"..it becomes light. Every unnatural behaviour and weird poop that is trying to creep up on you go like "What's the big deal?" then act natural. Every female who acts rejectingly go like "Bitch please" From there it's possible to be kind lol. Of course this is all more a metaphor, sounds bit Idk what but lot of truth in it. And especially these are real expressions not some stuff to think. You are not acting above anyone, you are merely reacting to bull.shit. People just got lost in the jerk frame, always frames that sidetrack your original feel.

3 of 3 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Do I need the same drugs you are taking to understand WTF you are talking about. Time to get out of Berlin buddy.

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Ah, it's not good. I can't really feel myself with that. Moreover I just put that the wrong way so just forget about it. I mean wait :) it reads like a recipe and that's just not at all what I ws trying to get at. It was meant as something when you don't feel yourself because of this freaking roleing bull.shit that happens a lot here. And it is a real dic.khead move to act rejectingly onto someone and often also not make any sense. Some females think of being natural as weak cause Idk why so that was something that came up where I felt I was hindering myself to actually think that because I felt I wud be a jerk for it when it felt quite relieving. I mean mainly I don't like this preaching notion, this is complete nonsense and overall I didn't feel too well when I wrote it and in hindsight I remembered there is other ways, more serious, that just do all that by itself. (Serious, so that the actual fun is possible if you know what I mean.) This was actually about depersonalization and this side-effect roleing. I mean remember, whatever idea people might have about you, it always has to do with their own idea of who they are. And I like to be kind or I naturally am. But whenever I was lost I couldn't be such, so that's the sense I was trying to make there. Lately I just observed strange acts, big deals, unnatural behaviour and I was not in it. It felt good to be natural without being opposing with somebody or critical. I just felt good that I don't struggle with it and I knew by that it's good for the other one too. I mean you gotto see some of the stuff here, Oh wait :)..There is so much tension and performing, and I connected back to this feel of something like "what's the big deal" but it's not critical and it's not really that. It's just when unnatural behaviour reminds you to be just normal and that what else would you do. I mean you can feel the struggle of the person but atst you know you can't reach them but mainly just relieved to not get wired up with them.

Comment on this

4 of 4 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

These entitled wannabes aroud. Proud, no matter how imbecile they are. It’s like in Berlin everyone reached the highlight of wisdom and smartness, and now it’s just a matter of diferences. Bullcrap, we are all stupid in some way and we have lots too learn, but here.. nay! No one is actually teachable or open to improve themselves and their lives. That’s why most of them morons come here to be failed artists. They actually think they are artists. Haha!
So many morons with no compass than just their own vanity, it’s amazing.
Dear people, learn, grow, strive to your better version, acknowledge your limits and maybe push them, if you feel like. Just don’t be a stupid Berlin, thinking you’re da śhit when all you did was to cut your bangs to your forehead, got a septum ring and some of those ugly Fila sneakers. That spells “basic” and annoying. Don’t be one!
Peace

5 of 5 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

the Berliners activists now demanding expropriation seizure of apartment buildings to they can live on free social housing...all paid for by Bavarian taxpayers (ie Siemens engineers, BMW, Audi etc)

2 of 4 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Berliners might be lost but they're doing one thing right: They are not pushing themselves or do any selfimprovement impressed bull.shit. That's for the artists at least. The rest Idk, collectively driftwooding. There is though merit to reflect. It's not black or white. It's just usually coming with some advantages, not seeing the downsides, you know like that cube with all the sides having to be right. And this is the world pretty much anyway at least in that one sense.

Comment on this

7 of 7 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

I was quoted €120 in Berlin to get my camera fixed, here in Wroclaw, the guy did it in a jiffy and didn't want to charge me, I insisted he take €25, I was so happy, but he would only accept €12.

Sitting here eating a delicious meal for €3.50.

Mostly polite and helpful people , very few beggars or crazy alcoholics etc etc etc. Good atmosphere, the city is a quarter the population of Berlin, but the vibe is great, lots of creativity and real art, and the transport is €0.63 for one trip, €1.00 for one hour, €6 for three days, cheaper with a weekly per day. €100 for three months. It's the perfect place for a holiday because rents are cheap as well.

0 of 0 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

I don't know about this stuff you hear, that the trains cost so much. I think it's completely not true. 1 Euro for a ticket sounds really good. I think it would just make my day every day :)

Comment on this

1 of 1 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

Get ready to protest for Assange's release, this is not looking pretty.

Comment on this

7 of 8 people agree with this  

  Anonymous wrote:

Ringbahn was out of service. Had to go to the doctor. On the way, witnessed an accident caused by an audacious Arab or whatever who crashed into another cyclist because he ignored the red light and tried to zigzag his way through a crowd of pedestrians with his bike. When he hit the woman, who fell down to the ground, he stood there like it was none of his business, a stupid empty look on his face. Two other woman came to help and said, "Helfen! Helfen!". Luckily, nobody got hurt and the female hygene product moved on undisturbed. Once at the doctor's, had to wait for an hour, even with an appointment, to get a wishy-washy info that couldn't be backed up because the test would be "too expensive". Two weeks of awaiting results for a precious statement like that. My trying to call the practice half a dozen times for an important additional request had failed. Apparently, nobody was in the mood for picking up the phone. It merrily rang without anyone caring. Went home without further ado, with no intention to use their services again. Now at home. The whole place reeks of weed from the unemployed neighbour three floors down. Property managers couldn't care less. They never answer the phone, and if, it's to day the person in charge isn't there and will be back shortly. Never happens. A typical day in Berlin. Life is precious. In other places.

2 of 3 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

Wow, you are the luckiest guy in Berlin, that's nothing compared to my usual day.

0 of 1 people agree with this  
  Anonymous wrote:

That's a bold claim.

Comment on this
Page 1 of 171