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

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  Anonymous wrote:

Jesus, do the moderators on r/Germany allow ANYTHING to be posted? Get a load of this:
www.reddit.com/r/germany/comments/nv3ixr/german_special_forces_sek_used_a_regular_city_bus/

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is a broken record. It’s so boring

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  MeinLebenIstScheisse wrote:

I only loved this city when I was getting high every weekend. Now that I'm sober, I just notice how bothersome is the mess of a city, which Berlin is.
People are pushy, everything needs to be fast even if a thing might benefit from being done with more time.
So many weird people. So many drug addicts. The buildings feel claistrophobic.
And seeing an ambulance every day because some idiot did harm makes me afraid that I might be next.
And yes, so many dumb people live in this city. I feel like I've lost my sanity here.

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  Anonymous wrote:

When I lived in Berlin, I was always turning behind me because I was afraid. I preferred to stop cycling in this city altogether. I was afraid to walk even on the pavement. I moved out of Berlin a year and a half ago and it took me a long time to calm down and realize how terrible it was. Don't ever let anyone tell me Berlin is great because I'll probably give that person a few slaps.

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www.reddit.com/r/berlin/comments/ny5ln5/woman_approached_me_in_kreuzberg_and_told_me_to/

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  Anonymous wrote:

If they put in as much effort to
Getting a life as they did harassing foreigners, they wouldn’t be so broke and miserable

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Also when you do manage to get to a good level of German if you make the tiniest mistake they seem unable to understand the whole sentence, when you make no mistakes there’s something wrong with the pronunciation. Once you’ve learned that you need to correct the accent.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It’s not worth it. The entire existence of your life in Berlin is just jumping through hoops endlessly until you die.

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  Anonymous wrote:

My husband and I visited Prague last weekend and no one took issue with the fact that we only spoke English everywhere we went. The locals seemed to just understand that their language was difficult for us and that we were just tourists.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berliners are rude, racist, xenophobic, jealous, hateful little vile evil trolls. I’m at the point where everything and every one just make my stomach turn. Nasty white trash of a people. I can’t understand why international companies bring their business here. I can’t understand why young people (university educated people) continue to come here. The secret about this dirty place should be well know to people by now. This place isn’t as open as they claim but the opposite. That women yelling about English is just one example. The problem here is that Germans don’t mind their own business. They are always in other people’s business. Trying to tell you how to act, dress or whatever that should be the “German way.” These people are boring and are mentally draining. Dealing with them drains my energy to no end. One is allowed to speak their birth language. Who are they to say otherwise, they just mind their business and let people live their lives. Nobody has time for their shxxt.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Contrast this with the ubiquitous "In Berlin you can be whoever you want to be" marketing bullsh!t that every walking, breathing Berlin NPC cites as why they love this city.

The only time I thought this city was bearable was when I was an overly anxious 20-something that felt so weak and impotent that I couldn't survive without Germany's safety net. After a lot of self-improvement I now believe in myself and realize I will never be on welfare and thus have exactly zero incentive to stay here.

Germany's only attractive to people with an IQ below 90 or severe and crippling mental illness. I honestly believe that wholeheartedly.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Man I speak German fluently and if you read one of my written texts you wouldn't figure out I learned it as an adult.
But I do have an accent. And Germans are quick to get on my nerves because of that.

Doesn't happen with any other nationality. So which one is which? Should foreigners learn Cherman and integrate? Or should we just avoid learning German because of the country's obsession with denigrating foreigners?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Have you ever noticed how Germans only care about other Germans? A few observations:
- When there is any kind of plane crash, accident or natural disaster, the German media's first instinct is to say how many Germans were among the victims
- Even when the German media reports on foreign countries, they almost always only interview Germans (e.g. www.welt.de/vermischtes/plus231647601/Hochsensibilitaet-in-Corona-Zeiten-Die-Freiheit-als-Qual.html)

Why even bother reporting international news at all?

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  Anonymous wrote:

they report international news only to show how Germany is superior

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To the poster above, Deutsche Welle does it all the time. Their ethnographic slant is appalling. They're always trying to showcase Germany. They're such a joke.

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  Anonymous wrote:

They got to sell the country somehow… Germany is probably admired internationally for some stuff, but I don’t think the country, the people or the language is particularly popular overall like say Spain France or Italy

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  Anonymous wrote:

I have a situation here. I moved away, but still in Germany, started in a new company,. All good, but the Germans are very self centered and don't like to explain how the things work in the office. One other German girl started after me and she had the conversation with the boss, they said because they don't have time to explain things to her, she maybe needs to start to search for another one, although they knew she just graduated and didn't have a y experience. So I have experience working in other German companies, but they said it like she was the last one to hire so she better search for something else.. And Im struggling to work there and I don't want to search for another job right now, too much stress and I don't think there will be a better place than that.. The question is, why the German girl is blaming the system of the last person? I don't trust my boss anymore, who is capable of saying something like that.. And we are on good turms with him.. I don't know what to think and how to behave.

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The explanation that only because she was the last one to hire and not about the working ethics is bothering me. I'm a good working, trying my best and so, but no, the only reason is that she just was the last one to hire". I hate this and I don't feels myself good about the situation at all...

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  Anonymous wrote:

No offense OP, but after reading your post twice I still don't know what the Devil you're trying to say.

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  Anonymous wrote:

They are idiots enslaved to their blinded vision bs internal politics, clearly these people don't understand proper mangement. If they don't have time to explain you your job, how the hell are you supposed to do your job? also if there is no time he should mandate a manual be created. Germans are pure retards. Sorry for your experience.

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Thanks for the support

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  Anonymous wrote:

This city needs to properly cleaned up; all these people are trash! What a bunch of weird creatures down on the subway.

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I used to think they were trash. Until I realized they just failed to deal with this insane society. Just like I do. I prefer that trash rather than „normal Germans“

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  Anonymous wrote:

This town needs a new wall :))

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  Anonymous wrote:

I recently moved away and I realized one thing. Wherever I am now, everything is better than Berlin! The only thing that makes sense is to leave this crazy city. What are you waiting for? It's summer. Pack your things and get out.

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It seems crazier and crazier the longer you stay away... like from here, it seems impossible. I can’t believe I tolerated that bullshitt

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You don't live there, just visit.. That's the rule

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany likes to say it’s better than the USA... trying to think in what ways? Basically the only thing I can think of is if you want to go on welfare

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  Anonymous wrote:

Have you ever asked for unemployment benefits in Germany? At least if I live in the US in the south, I won't freeze to death in a park in the winter. In Germany, everyone will totally s*hit on you.

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I got them in corona and I had to fill out paperwork four times

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I was on unemployment in Germany once for about a month. Unlike in the US, if you apply for unemployment benefits in Germany as a foreigner, then you will receive a mandatory questionnaire about the details of your nationality.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I don’t miss BErlin. It’s one big circle jerk. Don’t they realize they can hate all they want but nobody really cares outside of Berlin what their racist and xenophobic opinions are?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Summer has always been the best time for me but unfortunately not in Berlin. Because it's hot, the streets of this stinking shi*ho*e are full of extremely bad di*ck*s!

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Air conditioning and showers zu teuer

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Mix in no deodorant and the stench of beer

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Why teuer ? I thought Chermany is the richest Country in Europe lol

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  Anonymous wrote:

Rude rude rude rude rude rude rude rude rude and ignorant. Agghhhh the amount of times someone does something rude is countless. Yesterday waiting at a Vietnamese restaurant for the waitress to come out so we could be seated (we were standing near the table we wanted to sit at and a blonde German woman of about 34 years old snakes her way through us making a beeline for the seat and sits down. Restaurateur does / says nothing and she looks contemptuous like first come first served. And the bf of the German girl who is Asian looks at us sympathetically… like he k knows what they did wasn’t on. Bang out of order. Opportunistic / selfish / RUDEEEEE!!! Then today was about to get off the tram and a family of 6 Roma wouldn’t let me get off til they had got on… Berlin you are uneducated and R U D E. I miss English manners.

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The culture is disposable

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bunch of uncivilised dogs

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  Anonymous wrote:

it's just the same as when you're at the supermarket and everyone rushes to get to the check out that opens up. Absolutely no consideration for other people who have been waiting in the queue. Its all me me me, what can I get out of this situtation and noone else exists

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  Anonymous wrote:

but unfortunately if you are not able to keep up with this pushiness in general you will get left behind in this society and people will just treat you like sh1t because they can and they dont even feel bad about it for a second

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It's so rare to meet a German person that does not cut in line... And the way they do it is so annoying. They just act as if they did not see you and if you try to signal to them that you were there first, they either smile and ignore you or just yell at you and be aggressive. And by the way, all ages... not just the old generation. Entitled culture. This has happened to me so many times while I was there... I stopped counting. My suggestion, if you cannot accept it or deal with it, because it will affect you mentally in horrible ways, just leave if you can. If you cannot leave, silently step in front of them as well and act as if you cannot hear them when they start yelling. Just smile and sit there. If you engage in any way, they'll call you names, tell you to go back to your country etc. It was harder to manage after I learned German. Before they'll just sound like nothing cause I did not understand them. I think they do this because of entitlement but also because they feel so lonely that starting random conflicts is the only thing that helps them feel less lonely. Beyond sad. They also seem to get some sort of high off of just 'educating' random people on their way of seeing things even if it's backwards. I had an old German dude just explain to me for 10 minutes why i'm wrong for swimming on the right side of the lane when he was either swimming on the left side or the middle. His arguments were: 'if you swim like this I have no space to turn so you should change so that It's better for me', even though everyone literally in that pool was swimming on the right side... There is no use listening to them. Their lack of logic and abusiveness is so enraging that it will literally ruin your mood for the week. Just put on your shields when one of them crosses you and do your thing no matter what they say or do. Let them boil instead of you boiling.

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Germans simply don't understand systems thinking, which is extremely strange to me since they all have the same worldview and opinion on every single topic. They all love strict rules and finger wagging but they all think they are exempt from the same rules. Maybe that's what's happens when every form of individualism is stamped out by the time you're three years old. The best description I have ever read of Germany is that it's a land of walking contradictions.

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Now that corona is almost over and more people are out I am constantly reminded they Germans think it's smart to just stand around in front of doors, escalators, shop entrances, and basically anywhere that it's an inconvenience to others. And don't even get me started on how stupid they act when they have to scan a QR code in front of a store. I used to think they were luddites, but actually they are just an obnoxious mixture of stupid and inconsiderate.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Scheiss Deutsche Hurensöhne ihr könnt mir ein Blasen, euer Land soll zum Teufel gehen.

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I know, right? They're a bunch of deranged a$$holes.

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  Anonymous wrote:

these assholes are the masters of gaslighting! Only in Germany have I been bullied and been in such a stressful work environment that I was forced out because I couldn't mentally it anymore. Germans will never take the blame and working for them is THE WORST

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Could not mentally handle it

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I used to find it strange and frustrating that they NEVER apologise.
Now I am OK with it, as it’s only a sign of weakness and poor character.
I use it as a compass when I deal with them. If they are unapologetic jerks, I know to distance myself to the minimum.

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the absolute Wurst

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If t=you apologise, they use the apology against you

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Still, I apologize. For me, not for them. I don’t give a rat‘s αss about what they think of me, it makes me feel better.

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^Thank you for this. It just made me apologise to someone (although they were the assholes, but never own up to it) to relieve the bitterness in my soul from the disappointment. It works like magic.

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Bullying in Germany? I know it very well! I worked in five places and experienced the same evil everywhere. Then I became very mentally ill! Panic attacks, attempted suicide. Perfectly normal. Just Germany.

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Bullying in workplaces is as common as in schools here in Chermany. Sick nation!

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In my experience when they’re blatantly wrong and they do apologise it’s even worse. They aren’t capable of moving on, they’ll harbour resentment and will make one’s life miserable by pointing out every single tiny thing one does wrong from then on.

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penny pinchers. Nit picking twits.

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Sociopatischland

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  Anonymous wrote:

Just to let you know they rip you off at Spätis if they think you're a tourist and not from here, a Berlin friend told me years back. I just went to a Späti to buy filters and he charged me 1,90€, last time I paid 1,40€ the guy was too dumb to remember what he charged me to rip me off so he gave me 0,60€ back after I gave him 2€. I know it's unbelievable but true they rip you off for a couple of cents.

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