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

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  Anonymous wrote:

Some offended German has gone through months of posts here to complain, in typical German fashion, about every legitimate issue raised. Maybe we should be more sensitive to Germans who are incapable of processing criticism. We all know how Germans who feel bullied lash out at the world...

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  Diabase XXI wrote:

Note this odiously bad english.

(Recorded in Kreuzberg)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Isn't the second part really bad and basically impossible to understand even in German?

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  Anonymous wrote:

that happens when you use google translate...

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  Anonymous wrote:

The second part is indeed hard to understand in German.

Fuck, Berliners are retards.

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  Diabase XXI wrote:

WTF is wrong with this city?

"At an order of up to 20 buns you have to pay 0,10 EUR for each bun.
At an order of 20 buns and more you have to pay 0,13 EUR for each bun.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Explains why the German economy was the laughing stock of the world up until they figured out how to milk Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal via the EU.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The people which once were humans and lost their souls to this city.You can feel it,they just hate you,because you are around, and dont recognize,they hate themselves.I hope i get out alive from this monstrum city,which propagates liberty...i feel more connection to myself and mother earth rural parts of the world.Or is this freaking poop here really important?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Just depressing

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  MrsNice wrote:

Oh yes.I have become a misantroph in this city.The sky is full of stars and all i can see is beton,people behave like beton!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Gay male here. Born in a very conservative part of the southern USA. Was openly gay throughout most of my teenage years and never once had any dangerous encounter. The worst thing that ever happened to me was someone called me a f-ggot. Moved to Berlin because I thought it was a tolerant city. Boy was I wrong. If you are visible gay you will be verbally abused every single time you leave your apartment, and you will be happy if it is only verbal. Been in several dangerous situations in this city. Looking forward to moving back home soon. All Berlin experiments are failed experiments. I don't know who does the marketing for this city but they are doing a good job in painting a nice place to live.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I know what you mean. Deutsche Welle constantly touts Berlin as some hip, up-and-coming city......what a load of BS! Come back to the States. It's better being gay over here.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I received the hardest depression of my life living here. It's absolutely devastating. freaking loneliness, everyone against everyone, coldness, ze ordnung, unbelievably ugly german "girls". I strongly didn't want to go to psychiatrist and to do antidepressants and benzodiazepines, but this place leaved me no choice. It's DOOMED.

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  MrsNice wrote:

I fully understand you:)We only live once and we are caged in this horrible city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Used to walk to work everyday because I lived close to the office. Encountered guys publicly urinating literally every day in the summer. Counted over the course of a week, ended up at 25 during a 30-minute walk each day. This city has a problem.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Called an elevator the other day at an sbahn station on the ring. Doors open, and one guy sitting on the floor was melting heroine. USA made a huge mistake. Should have dropped nuclear bombs in here. I hope some nuclear explosion happens here and wipes out everything.

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  Anonymous wrote:

btw, you might have thought it was night or smth when that happened. Thursday, 4PM.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey man if you can't stand seeing heroin-addicts all over the place shooting up in broad daylight you just aren't cool enough for Berlin.

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  MrsNice wrote:

Cool enough??This humans are products of this cold city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

What innovation has any Berlin start-up ever brought us? YouTube without moving pictures (Soundcloud), Another YouTube without moving pictures (DubSmash), restaurant delivery (foodora), online recipes (Kitchen Stories), Aliexpress based in Germany (Lesara), Cliffs notes for periodicals so there is no way to scale it (Blinkist).
Amazing city full of real revolutionaries! What a bustling start-up scene. After Brexit I am sure all of the tech giants and start-ups will flock here by the millions.

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  Anonymous wrote:

No companies will headquarter themselves to Berlin after Brexit because the CEO"s and leaders of those companies know that Berlin is not a city prepared for business. It ranks very low as a place for business and it never will be a place for business.

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  Anonymous wrote:

My US company decided in 2011 to open the European office in Berlin. Expecting the new airport and direct flights to the US. In fall we are relocating to Munich. 15 employees, high-skilled, not start-up. Real business.

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  Anonymous wrote:

One of our company's wholly owned subsidiaries, small start-up, opened in Berlin in 2013. Had to relocate last year due to the fact that the workers in Berlin were, on average, had 245% higher absenteeism and required twice as much training as in offices elsewhere. The problem is not just the infrastructure, it is the entire city and its populace.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yes. Difficult to motivate employees to move to Berlin.

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  buffmuffin wrote:

Full of belligerent Americans. Can't even say thanks in German at the supermarket, have to say "Thanks". Jesus. Learn one darn word. Basic respect. Another America at the doctor (speaking in poop English, don't try and make yourself easier to understand) throwing a fit, as they refuse to let her jump the queue and be seen early ahead of three people, just because the appointment she made no longer fits her very important plans. Then crying to try and gain sympathy. Receptionist isn't having that poop "you can wait or change the appointment to another time". Sit down and shut it.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sad German invents fictitious stories after becoming critically triggered upon reading that people don't like Berlin and Germany.

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  jimm wrote:

I could say thanks in German, but i often say in english to advertise myself to nearby strangers in the hope of receiving some kind of human intereaction. It usually fails.
Also, I just cant do small talk in german, it feels so formal...

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  Anonymous wrote:

I don't know. Saying "thanks" to a cashier seems like superficial friendliness. Better not do that in Germany.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Oh f_____ off, Kraut! I arrived here with impeccable manners and found out right away that they don't count here in this place touting itself as a world class city. Go sit on a wurst!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin has unbelievably bad food. The new wave of hipster food joints doesn't even manage to provide average quality food. The more established restaurants in the Western parts are stuck in the 90s. The only thing Berlin establishments are good at is mingling food with ideology (brutally local anyone?). Maybe getting riled up on some pseudo-ethical poop ideology makes you forget the less than mediocre food (provided at more than average prices).

If you think Berlin has good food you've probably moved here from some rural shithole. Anybody who's traveled to / lived in any other major city (Barcelona, Paris, London, etc.) knows better.

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A city full of people living below or very close to the poverty line cannot have a flourishing food scene. The average person here isn't willing to pay more than 5€ for food and is more than willing to accept very poor quality. That is why there is a doner stand on every corner and why people consider sliced hot dogs with ketchup a delicacy. The only decent food here is foreign, run by foreigners and staffed with foreigners. German food is a joke and there are only so many ways you can serve pork with potatoes. That said, I don't understand why there are so many overweight people here. Big cities are usually full of relatively fit people. But somehow the people here manage to binge eat even the most disgusting dishes on earth.

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Even the restaurants run by foreigners a very bad - horrendous service and no atmosphere. FORGET IT!
Soon the hype of this town will be over - I give it another 12 months....maybe 18 month. This town is just a big Lidl parking lot and the world is figuring this out finally.

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  buffmuffin wrote:

The foreigners setting up shop in Berlin are the rejects from other cities. No experience or skills in catering. Spending their trust funds.

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Non-Germans are a million times better at literally all service jobs than Germans. All Germans can do is pretend to be working. They are taught from early childhood that life isn't about accomplishments but the appearance of accomplishments. Sad nationality really.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yup. Trust fund brats slumming smugly in Kreuz-Köln-setting up their super cool lives. Fully deluded!

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Why would anyone with a trust fund move to the most squalid city in Europe?

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  Anonymous wrote:

These are middle class Euro cast offs - who would not make it in NYC or London or Paris. Those cities don't support that sort of young person anymore - Berlin does, unfortunately.

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  BH1 wrote:

Plenty of trust fund babies here but not the high quality trust fund babies of real cities. We are talking the 600 to 1000Euro a month trust fund babies whose family has bought them off with this money just to go away and push their stupidity on others.

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  Anonymous wrote:

yes budget trust funders...they go to Berlin because the money stretches farther there and they can lord it over the 'locals'....in Munich they would be seen as the losers they are

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  Diabase XXI wrote:

The white text reads:
"KILL THE INVESTOR IN YOURSELF"

The black scrawling reads:
"A censorship does not occur (Art. 5 GG)" an innuendo on the socialist monitoring laws in Germany.

(Recorded in Kreuzberg)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Excellent catch. This is a prime example of the scummy leftist's mental process. Directly incite violence towards a specific individual and it's completely ok. If someone would have drawn a swastika or mentioned any minority there then it would have been repainted within 5 seconds and the federal police would investigate it as a constitutional matter. Antifas are really stupid, thinking the Grundgesetz covers a graffito.

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  Anonymous wrote:

That's such a stupid reply. It's saying kill the investor in you (not kill investors). Learn the language and slightly more abstract thought before you jerk your anti left breitbart erection all over the net.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sad German strikes again. Must have a lot of time on his hands being unemployed like 50% of this city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is terrible for having this website where trolls and retarded alt-right pepes hate on retarded AntiFas. Heil Marx, heil zizek

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  Anonymous wrote:

Go back to Marzahn and beg the Jobcenter for a Bildungsgutschein.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin has the most retarded subreddit. It's the place where hipsters and expat programmers meet. Everything gets downvoted to "0", because they are all a bunch of pretentious wankers that think they're better than everyone.

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  Anonymous wrote:

LOL you are 100% right. The people there are complete idiots, which is a perfect reflection of the people you encounter on the streets. If you post ANYTHING critical of Berlin or Germany you will immediately get banned. I recommend we organize a day where we bombard them with facts about the dire state of this "city".

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany and Germans Sucks donkey balls :)

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