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

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Job market is tough. Almost had to take a Job in Berlin. Luckily I was able to avoid it. I understand that many people are forced to be in Berlin for its great low paying jobs. I think you have to mentally make the decision to leave and never return there for things to work out for you elsewhere.

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Today I left Berlin for good and so I'll leave this site aswell. Bye losers!

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So I just entered a tram (M17) and the moment I entered I saw a flying empty energy drink bottle hit the ground outside the tram, followed by a loud burp and someone saying: "BOOOM". I turned around and saw a group of 3 spoiled Germans (in their 20s) giggling and laughing while everyone else in the tram was watching them in disgust... F*ck this shithole!

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www.bz-berlin.de/berlin/mitte/schlaegerei-am-brennpunkt-alexanderplatz-polizei-vor-ort

Muslims... annoying, disgusting, useless as f*ck

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Disgusting People

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no NOT useless...useful idiots for extreme left parties that no one else would vote for.....cue breaking headline "Frankfurt police arrest 10 goons planning attack'

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If they were useless breeders in their home countries...just taking a 6 months class will transform them into productive tax payers?

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This website use to be somewhere where we could all come to vent our anger about this dump but not anymore.
To bad it's been hijacked by racist German or expat trolls on here. You know, those cowards female dogs who hide behind a keyboard and down vote everything. Yeah, yeah I know you will down vote this but you secret racist are still cowards. Well, guess what? You are in luck! The law protects you racist from being killed on site so thank the law, pussies!

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Thank you. I am quite sure those female dog butts deserve this shiiithole Berlin. Exactley where they belong to.

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Your are both losers who have paid money to live in Berlin,so you are not better than anyone else on this site,I bet one one of you is the ugly ME Guy from Swedistan.

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www.bz-berlin.de/berlin/mitte/mann-stirbt-nach-messerattacke-am-alexanderplatz

come to Berlin, get stabbed out of nowhere for no reason, yay!
(I bet the murderer is Muslim/rapefugee though)

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Here's something weird.
I sometimes go into a so-called 'anarchist' cafe to have a coffee and use the WiFi and most of the people working there are kind of nice,, but all the gays and lesbians are hetero-phobes and the strangest thing is that if you want something slightly different to what their menu says, like a little less coffee, they almost explode with rage, the reason I say it's very strange is that I thought gays were meant to be against hate and that anarchism was about no rules, but whenever I go to a non-'anarchist' cafe, they never freak out about wanting something to my individual taste. Living here is like living in Alice's Wonderland.

Get out before you end up in a lunatic asylum in a padded cell.

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Every person can be rude. It has nothing to do with your sexual orientation. Especially I Berlin where you should be lucky if you get the things you ordered in the first place.

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"I sometimes go into a so-called 'anarchist' cafe"
- there's the mistake.

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What is the best way to recognise German mentality today? Look at the colors of cars in all German cities! The colours are the basic pillar for the determination of personality during psychological tests! Black, white, gray, black, white, gray, black, white, gray. Germany is black white-gray country!

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lol, you really need to make up poop out of everything, don't you?

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It's probably hard to fully appreciate the observation if you've never lived outside of continental Europe.

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I wasted 2 years living in Berlin, most of the time sick either in hospitals or on my bed unable to hang out with friends. The reason: after 2 months being in Berlin, i met a doctor who gave me a wrong medicine and insisted on using them until I had several attacks.
That's not all: my university (Freie universität Berlin) promised a lot of things but they didn't do shit. I had to sleep in the street and neverreceived any help when I needed it. After 2 years I came back home broke, sick and upset and full of stress.

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I know that! I've experienced something similar in Berlin. Not only people on the street but also doctors are here actually ignorants. I got beta-blockers on panic attacks. The doctor felt a rash when I complained. If I hadn't been my partner, I could have committed suicide.

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fornicate this place!

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vegan gender fluid post ironic techno liberal antifa open minded feminist bisexual norm core curious doner pfand art installation anarchist spati smell of urine uber cool club mate shaved arm pit flea market sit in park do nothing.

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You forgot Lefty Fascists

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A year ago I arrived at the invitation of one company to Berlin. The company promised me a job! We were in telephone contact, they saw me live on the internet and they made a job interview with me. Everything looked very good until I arrived on the agreed day. On the site they asked me what kind of apprenticeship I have and I replied that I have two colleges of commerce and social law. Well, they told me it wasn't enough and they didn't give me the job! They told me I wasn't skilled enough! I asked: Pardon, is there any nasty joke or what do you mean? I drove 1800 kilometers to your city because you promised me a job, you've been with me for two months in contact on the Internet, you have requested a million handouts, so what the hell is going on?! Well and it told me that I do not have it: Ausbildung! It is said to be the whole of the European Union. I worked in Spain in two places and in Italy and Sweden, and nobody wanted this. Germany is probably a separatist country! Or? I thought it would somehow solve it but I just lost a lot of money and time here unnecessarily. After a year here I am psychologically finished, and I am most involved in local bureaucracy and idiotism! I feel like a little child whom parents have put in children's home. What Ausbildung do you have? I have two colleges and ten years of practice in tourism! No, that's not enough, here you are in Germany! I'm leaving here for the last money, and I'm afraid of what's next, because I don't even have a lease in my country. Such an inhority! Bastards!!! The company still said that I should enjoy Berlin and that they are not interested in me. So I'm enjoying Berlin and I'm afraid to go out in a broad daylight, because it's extremely dangerous here. People are here on drugs or eat antidepressants or what?! The Germans are looking for a workforce abroad and when you finally arrive in Germany, they will throw you away??? What??? :(((

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Feel for you man. Yes, the place is a very bad, never work for germans

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Why do you think the German economy is so strong, you can put it down to Ausbildung slave labour.

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2 universities are not sufficient qualifications for the Germans? I'm not surprised at all. Where the Germans have no problem, there will be some artificially created!

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Yesss, that sounds about right regarding the attitudes of Germans in Berlin. These people play a lot of physiological games with people from the outside. Only head games that they understand and nobody else understands at all. It makes them feel good to treat people in the way they do. A lot of people fall for the trap of coming here only to have your career and dreams destroyed by these people. Then they say after they have taken everything from you, ok, you can leave Berlin now. With noting! The rest of Germany help keep Berlin afloat. Now what other capital you know needs support from other states? The rest of Germany is doing good and you can find a good job working with ok Germans but normal but ok. You come here and you see all these people looking in trash bins and picking up bottles. Also, these people are liars and thieves! Don't trust anything what Germans, in general, say at face value. I had to learn the hard way but if they tell you something then get it in writing for. GET IT IN WRITING!!!!!!! These people will lie to your face and use you up for their own benefit.
I'm sorry you trusted them and came all this way. These people are evil in nature my friend.

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Latest posts here have been pure gold. Big up the sexy ME Swedish hunk. May you go forth and conquer more poon.

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Haha i thought the same. Seems like he was the only one who hated Berlin and made something nice out of it. I cant belive the racist comments he got. Disgusting!

I feel you (non racist) people here. The most broken up city i have ever seen. At least it didnt take too much time to realise and in 2 weeks i will leave this shiiit hole. Blessings

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From:
www.vice.com/de/article/eve8aa/die-30-enttaeuschendsten-berlinerinnen-und-berliner
[even this leftist boulevard page makes fun of Berlin!]

Jens, 28 years, frequently imposes Berlin bans. He actually is from Essen.
Anja, 19 years, takes photos of dog muck and barf at unconvenient places and posts it on Instagram as #soberlin.
Jennifer, 27 years, phones her drug dealer more often than her mother.
Christian, 45 years, shoots a Berlin-themed TV series for a major international VoD provider and imagines borough names such as "Kaiserwarte".
Hamid, 23 years, sells city maps where he marked "historical Deutschrap occurrences".
Shirin, 22 years, doesn't understand why she isn't able to pay her Sternburg beer for 50 ct which she bought in a Späti with a credit card.
Jasper, 25 years, speaks swabian accent and gets salty if they called him Zugezogener [Prussia apparently lives on in Berlin].
Clemens, 34 years, fines teens for not having a ticket for S-Bahn but doesn't mind some people smoking crack a few feet away.
Inez, 27 years, pretends that she can't have fun in Berghain because of the "Ketamine victims" but she never accessed it.
Josefine, 32 years, writes Twitter threads about gaslighting and emotional abuse but is successfully persuaded by the Hausverwaltung that broken drains and chronically inoperative radiators just belong to life in a Altbauwohnung in Berlin.
Matthias, 32 years, steals clothes from the clothing collection and sells it on hipster flea markets as "vintage".
Enis, 18 years, lives in a suburban single-family house with a garden and shoots his sombre videos in front of the only skyscraper within 5 miles.
Kimmi, 21 years, doesn't dare to exclaim her approval of a smoking ban in all bars in Berlin. She doesn't want her relatives to consider her a pro-life noob.
Jörg, 38 years, waits that Wedding "comes". For 15 years.
Anna-Maria, 29 years, lives in a gentrified borough and drives her luxury SUV to another borough before 1st May.
Leni, 24 years, can't imagine to live somewhere else than Berlin but is happy to step in human diarrhea on business trips to Munich or Hamburg.
Flo, 27 years, does "ironical" PR for BVG and has never rode with the U-Bahn [How is this even possible?].
Birgit, 44 years, complain about people ordering stuff in English in the restaurant. She only speaks German.
Michael, 29 years, sits in a café with a laptop to write his book. For four and a half years.
Bernd, 54 years, walks past to people who help an unconscious homeless guy. "Dit is Berlin", he murmurs to himself, being proud of not meddling into other people's affairs as a real Berliner and complains about Zugezogene who "mimimi" all the time.
Konstantin, 20 years, loafs around near shisha bars in Neukölln. He hopes to be hired as drug courier and to earn more than in his last student job.
Jonas, 23 years, comes out as bisexual and is offended because this doesn't cause any other reaction but "Na und?".
Eliza, 24 years, hates Electro and complains about that "she can't go anywhere anymore" in Berlin.
Lisa, 30 years, plays Westberlin Maskulin on homeparties and calls everyone who doesn't dance to dadaist 90's battle rap a "student rap victim"
Frenzen, 32 years, bought a Mercedes Cabrio to suit his metropolitan bohemien lifestyle - but can't drive in downtown because his car isn't eligible for green Umweltplakette.
Mary, 25 years, and her relatives go to "authentic" old Berlin Eckkneipen because they are fed up with the gentrified bars - and replace the authentic old Berlin Eckkneipen audience.
Amalia, 31 years, lefty-liberal and Greens voter, searches a school with few foreigners for his son.
Conrad, 28 years, tells his family about "wild nights" in Berlin but never has dared to queue up at Berghain.
Ernst, 47 years, informs homeless people that he "liked to" give them an Euro but doesn't because he knows that they just would spend it on alcohol.
Konstanze, 29 years, is from Fürth but tells everybody that she is a Berlinerin. After all, she has lived in Berlin for five years.

Which one is your favourite?

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I like this :

Anja, 19 years, takes photos of dog muck and barf at unconvenient places and posts it on Instagram as #soberlin.

Amalia, 31 years, lefty-liberal and Greens voter, searches a school with few foreigners for his son.

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Without wanting to bash but on a free day like today it feels very off how there is all these little family heaps doing all the exact same things but at the same time there is no social relation about it between them. It's like they all had the same calls in advance. Creates a weird abstract reality. And man do they claim the walking space. One male, one female and a child and that's it, you not get through and they don't relate to their environment other than making these weird positions like birds maybe do but nonfree. Especially the male part loves to just position himself in the middle of the way because territory. Another thing that feels off is that rarely do any of these heaps actually pass their way. Like they are carefully placed apart. When you just walk your way by yourself it's always somewhat cringy to walk past those and they always manage to say some stuff that you can't help but to pick up that is just really something you didn't want to hear. "I was really sweating when I walked in", a woman on the phone walking by on her way to see the others apparantly or back. It's like why do I have to hear this poop :) It's frustrating.

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Ah sorry that was not good. You know it's not good, apart from feeling frustrated but it's very past something meaningful and it's kind of dulling. You get the taste, it's just not good

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