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

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  Anonymous wrote:

Feminism created Zero Population Growth, so now Germany has to import people who breed like rabbits to keep their unemployment levels up, to keep wages down. www.youtube.com/watch The funny thing is that the Lefty German Feminists who are pro- (so-called) "refugees" are actually supporting the real misogynist culture of Islam. I wonder if they get pregnant from these "refugees" if they will allow their daughters to be genitally mutilated, and if they will follow behind their husbands and be forced to wear clothing that is not their personal choice, I hope they never have sex out of wedlock, because under Sharia law, they will be stoned to death in AlexanderPlatz. Good luck you dumb as fck lemmings.

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  Anonymous wrote:

An anti-feminist promoting islamophobia. We re on our way to idiocracy

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  Anonymous wrote:

just goes to show you feminists are really miserable hags no male wants to be with, all that available to them are 'refugees"

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  Anonymous wrote:

Found the basement dwelling centipede !

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  Anonymous wrote:

OK, so you support feminists supporting anti-female Islam do you :o))))))))))))))))))))))

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  Anonymous wrote:

Leftists, Muslims, refugees, drug addicts, alcoholics... Berlin is full of scum.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I think you mean "refugees".

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  Anonymous wrote:

Of course!

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  Anonymous wrote:

unfortunately that's true

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  Anonymous wrote:

So triggered!

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  Anonymous wrote:

An Ode to Berlin Men, A Love Story (I am smoking a spliff after my final exam of the semester, don't judge my silliness):

Why do you sit while peeing?
Why are you so incredibly boring?
Why are you uncultured and have no desire to travel or see the world or feel something new?
Why do you put ketchup on plain white bread? (my inner Hispanic cringes)
Why don't you smile or show concern for others and their respective emotions?
Why did you lose two world wars and still defend your terrible red tape government?
Why are your flats so outdated and old and dirty?
Why do you not shower every day?
Why are you so beta male and unattractive?
Why was I ever attracted to one?

Side Note: You judge Americans, but our standard of living is higher and people actually act human. ;)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Don't ever date a German unless you love penny-pinching and week-old dickcheese.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Beautiful.

Better than any poop I've heard at a vegan slam poetry night, in a dingy Kreuzberg bar with 2nd hand furniture.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Those are not just men from Berlin, but Germans in general. For people obsessed with cleaning, they do have poor hygiene themselves.

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  Anonymous wrote:

cleaning cost money!! wasser ist teure!!

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  Anonymous wrote:

German men are disgusting. When I first came to Berlin I had no bad ideas about German men and I was in fact curious about them. I've now come to the conclusion that most of Germany's best men were killed off in the world wars, along with their genetics. Many times on the trains at night I've seen German men look away as their girlfriend/wife/whoever was harassed or leered at. Zero honor. No masculine pride whatsoever. Passive aggressive, insecure, needy, spineless, pathetic, scared of their own shadow... this is what happens when your country almost destroyed Europe 2 times... this is the kind of men you are left with as karma. Berlin also destroys non-German men if they stay there long enough. If you are a woman who wants a NORMAL relationship (none of this open relationship crap) with a guy who has a spine, is emotionally available and isn't an insecure little b*tch, LEAVE BERLIN.

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  Anonymous wrote:

What bothers me most about this city are the hauntings and ghosts that are present in basically every apartment in Berlin. When I first moved here and found my own place in Frohnau I thought it was just the close proximity to Sachsenhausen concentration camp and all the sad, untold stories there. But I have since moved to different places in Friedrichshain, Prenzlauer Berg, Charlottenburg and that really peaceful quiet part where people always tell you to go and I can say that every night I am kept awake by the restless, disembodied life forces of generations past. I don't know if Berliners simply have qualms with immediately ascending into the warmth and radiance of Eternal Pleasure after shedding their mortal coils or if there are physical constraints keeping them earth-bound but it gets old very quick. It's weird this never happened to me when I was staying at hotels when visiting before I moved here. What's even worse, however, is that you cannot take legal measures because Berlin courts have consistently ruled that sounds and noises from normal apparition behavior are not grounds for reducing your rent. When you mention it to a Berliner they just mock you and say you are a Spießer if you complain about the noise pollution from the undead. Looking forward to getting out of this place.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin and Germans never payed for their crimes(Because deep down they still think they were right) Karma/God/ does not forgive and does not forget.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I moved into a flat where the previous owner had died by the table in the kitchen. I couldn't sleep the first night but soon I got used to it.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The thing I hate the most about Berlin are the LFS,
Lefty Fascist Scumbags. Lefty's are the George Soros cannon fodder and Berlin is full of these brainwashed imbeciles.
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  Anonymous wrote:

I don't understand why people think that living in Germany is the greatest thing ever. I mean, how many people in Germany own a house, a big car and enjoy their lives? Aren't most people earning between 1000 and 2000 euros?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Depends very on your focus. Big car? I don't think, that young people in Germany are so into a big car as a status symbol. But e.g. health could be for many people the most important thing. German health care system is quite good and effortable, despite other opinions. Germany has a long history in renting housings, especially in the cities. That's different from other countries, where renting is put on a level with poor.

... and in general. Who thinks, that living in Germany is the paradise? When you follow the German media, then for me it seems, that Germany is country where lament, criticism and dissatisfaction are more prevalent then in others.

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  Anonymous wrote:

fornicate off hans go fornicate ur kanzler

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany has also good psychotherapy and mental health service. Check this out.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Keep liking your own comments Hans because literally no one else on earth does.

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  Anonymous wrote:

P.S.: German therapists and psychologists are among the biggest joke professions on earth. Need proof?
Just remember how well they handled that pilot that murdered hundreds of innocent people.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Being in Germany is a living hell. Have been and seen friends fall into depression and anxiety. It's just horrible, people are horrible in addition to be ugly.

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  Anonymous wrote:

German men are what you get when an entire generation of able-bodied men are killed in a war that only Germans could think the would win. No wonder most of the German men I have met are physically or mentally ill and incapable of meaningful relationships. And since the women had to work like men it is no surprise that most German women are dykish and manly nowadays.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The German health industry is the biggest rip-off in the world. I was shocked to find out how much Germans pay for health insurance.

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Yes, in America people complain that their health insurance premiums are so expensive but in Germany they are often just as expensive or more so, with fewer health services covered - especially basic dentistry services. Especially for small business owners and the self-employed this is a huge, unnecessary burden and here you are required by law to be insured. And the irony is exacerbated when you see the prices you would pay without insurance - almost nothing. But you cannot just pay-as-you-go and you have to earn something like 5,000€ per month to be insured with a more efficient private health insurance. And everyone having mandatory insurance puts a huge strain on the system. With all of these subsidized hypochondriacs, when you really need an appointment with a specialist you'll wait months. But the worst part is that German doctors seem to be less skilled than elsewhere. Just one example: according to the WHO fewer people in Germany are diagnosed with cancer than in the US, but more people here die of cancer. I don't know if their knowledge, skills and methods are outdated or if they are just less hard-working since people here rarely if ever sue for malpractice. I would not want to grow old in Germany (not only for this reason).

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  Anonymous wrote:

This slacker culture. A huge holiday camp. This let you get down and make ambitous and engaged working nearly impossible.

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  Anonymous wrote:

AHAHAH only in Berlin could a product this stupid exist:
pappbett.de/
And the company is run by three Berliners. What a load of shit.

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  Anonymous wrote:

WOW...What outstanding creativity.Where can I invest?

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  Anonymous wrote:

What an outstanding idea! I can remmember,, that cardboard beds, and other furniture, were already avaiable in Berlin in the early 1980s.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Nothing screams poverty quite like cardboard furniture.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Wankers who make cardboard furniture are rich kids.

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  Anonymous wrote:

this is not new and simply a good product, sustainable and easy to transport

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  Anonymous wrote:

You know what else is sustainable? Not living in a climate where you have to heat 9 months out of the year.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The puppets defending this stupid product definitely work for the company. I saw an ad for their trash on facebook once and they kept replying to the haters with the same kind of stupid bullshit. What a pathetic company peddling an idiotic product for people who are 4 weeks away from being homeless.

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www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-04-19/silicon-valley-s-400-juicer-may-be-feeling-the-squeeze

Can't beat this tho.

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"Our product is really bad but at least there is another product somewhere that is worse"

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  Anonymous wrote:

Mmmh kinda, 'Something so stupid can only come from place X' - 'Well, here's something just as stupid or even worse from other place'. Hope realization that bad ideas are everywhere sets in, if not, collect salt, ???, profit.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Palm, is that you? Or Dissen? Does it hurt so bad to have sunk so much money into an idiotic product that literally no one wants that you have to write poor social media posts at midnight? Don't worry, pal. In another 6months you'll be unemployed like the rest of the city. Hope you're making your voluntary unemployment insurance contributions, otherwise it'll be a rocky ride. At least you can probably construct a makeshift home out of your cardboard beds. There's a nice community under the bridge near Nikolaiviertel I am sure would welcome you.

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  Anonymous wrote:

berlin sucks life force out of you and over prolonged stay turns you into a hateful weakling.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sad, but true. Trouble is, it's so incremental, you don't see it coming until it's too late.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Everybody that agrees with this was a weakling from the start.

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  Diabase XXI wrote:

Berlins school system is designated as the worst of all school systems in the 16 German countries (which is too bad anyway).

- up to 40 students per class
- poor, violent or unassimilated children
- too old rooms in subterranean condition
- unexperienced or unsuitable teachers (and too few)
- much to little investments overall

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  Anonymous wrote:

Would be not so relevant, if Germany wouldn't have the worst conditions for private schools. Fewest share of and mostly run by katholic or lutheran church. Sucks as parents.

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Wow Berlin schools are the worst in the country. So the worst of the worst. Germany's education system is a joke. All it teaches kids is to pretend everything is difficult because it's GERMAN. Too bad they don't even do real trigonometry and BARELY cover calculus. Even then it's only the easiest problems possible. No wonder all my classmates at university in Germany had so much trouble passing exams. The school system in Germany coddles German kids. If you have a foreign last name then RIP.

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20 kids being pulled from school in Neukolln by German parents, objecting to non stop "cultural enrichment"
these are the same idiots that vote DIe Linke or Grun then reality hits them and their kids in the face

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  Diabase XXI wrote:

Let's take a glance on the Bundestagswahl polls:
Right parties:
AfD 6.5 % / CDU CSU 40 % / FDP 10.5 % = 57 % for right parties
Left parties:
SPD 24 % / Greens 7 % / Lefts 8.5 % = 39.5 % for left parties
3.5 % for other parties

And there I found another reason to hate Germany:

Why is there even a 5 % barrier to the parties?

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  Anonymous wrote:

lol, thinking about CDU CSU and FDP as "right parties" in 2017 is so f*cking retarded. Go back into your leftist hole and stfu kiddo.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Fascist Lefties are the main problem with Berlin, they are like angry little children throwing tantrums. I hope the police bulldoze Regaer Str.

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  Anonymous wrote:

something something lefty fascist
something something bulldoze
Who's throwing a snowflake tantrum now?

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  Anonymous wrote:

Back to my home country. So difficult to explain to everyone what didn't actually work back in Berlin for me without looking like weirdo that didn't "make it" there.

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Most people don't care unless you left bragging you were going to "make it" big in Berlin. I don't think many people have the perception that Berlin is the city where people go to become top in their field or rich, unlike London or New York.

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  Anonymous wrote:

That's right - most people know Berlin is for losers.

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  Anonymous wrote:

No shame in admitting that things didn't work out for you there. It doesn't, for most people who go there to actually WORK.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The same happened to me when I left.. i can't though but feel relieved and way happier.

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  Anonymous wrote:

P.S. Berlin is a village.A small town nightmare.A big sexual act joke.Only suckers pay money to be part of this turd.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Never forget the city is still full of stasi spooks. Even if they aren't active anymore, old habits die hard. Something like 1 in 8 East Berliners were traitors to their own people. Psychological warfare was always present. Zersetzung was the norm. These peoplea are now small-scale agitators, but cause problems nonetheless. They are to blame for the real lack of diversity of opinions.

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You are spot on with your observations of the sick mindset of the east.Bunch of mindless cunts afraid of original thought.Pathetic men.No balls.Scum.

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Are they the ones who are the fascist Lefties? I can never work this place out with all it's little subcultures of Lefty fascist losers.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is a city with a really high stress level. If you plan to go a few districts farer than you have to prepare for the extreme overcrowdedness.
Its very chaotic and you can never feel yourself safe. Because you know, these people are not ruthful, not polite, and when you are unlucky, they even offend you. The athmosphere is rather foeshiply and loaded with aggression. If you stumble or so, nobody will help you up, you rather get kicked instead. That leads to a constant level of danger on the streets and raised stresslevel of everyone. If you walk on the streets youll be stared as if youre from another planet and as if you have nothing in comin with the human race. You simple cannot go out for a nice relaxed walk, because it is not nice nor relaxed. When you plan to go to the other side of the city, prepare for a dangerous and annoying expedition full of dangers. The trains are extremely overheated and if heat is not good for your health than youll have a hard time. Its no fun for some people to stand in extremely overcrowded trains, involuntary group snuggeling and body contact. Not all people are totally enjoing this. Sometimes i went out being really happy and in a good mood and on the way it seemed that the city and its people sucked out every good feelings and replaced them with bad ones, like dementors in harry pothead. People will look you all over and will see all your imperfections, and all of this is a reason to despise you. Even if you look good, they will show you that you look not good enough to be a valuable person. And then woman. Some have a grin all the time, but in that smile is no little niceness at all, more a spiteful one. When you face them theyll make grimaces, like they wanna say: "Your poop and im the most precous beeing of the universe" or something like that.
I started now to listen to bad blackmetal when im out, beacause it is like homeopathy for all these situations.
I know its no good kind of life here, the city creates lots junkies, drunks and sick people. The downward swirl is enormous. Please dont let them suck you out. Sometimes its better not to search luck in the streets, or to spend to much time in overcrowded places.

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  Anonymous wrote:

And Germans are so afraid of breezes that you cannot even open a window in a crowded, stuffy train without some creep freaking out and slamming it shut. Bad city. Never visit.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin is a city with a "high stress" level only if you had previously lived in a small town. Compared to Paris, London, etc. Berlin is rather a village itself, or rather a collection of villages. However I do agree with some of your observations, there is indeed not much positive unconditioned public interaction, just for the sake of being nice.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I think he's right. The city is full of forced stress. The kind of superficial conflict that would be the equivalent of the "fake American kindness" the Germans so deeply despise. People in this city always do seem to be in a hurry, pushing and shoving and invading your personal space. Standing on your heels in every supermarket, post office, ticket counter and shop. And they're always so passive aggressive. Don't have exact change? Expect eye rolls and audible sighs. Can't get your groceries in the bag fast enough at the checkout? Cold stares and head shakes. I've witnessed many people physically assaulted in this city for walking too slow, not opening doors fast enough, needing to use handrails when ascending staircases, having to ask for directions. And to the locals it's endearing. Being greeted by the level of contempt one could only muster up if you were either born with a chip the size of Berlin on your shoulder or were constantly always looking for extravagant hyperbolic rage. All this, the very essence of the Berliner Schnauze, is the result of mistaking negativity for intelligence. It's the false conclusion that the natural state of man is abject degeneracy. It's the social conditioning that being down-trodden, unhappy and unable to enjoy life is superior to healthy emotional intelligence. And it's all compounded by poorly engineered infrastructure, outdated technology, neo-ludditism and schizoid-paranoid behavior so rampant in this city. Berliners pride themselves on being authentic, genuine, real. Unfortunately for them, any intelligent human being can see that this anger, angst and rudeness are all carefully contrived coping mechanisms for children who will never grow up.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Amen brother. Let me freaking print this and dump it down from a plane.

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"I started now to listen to bad blackmetal when im out, beacause it is like homeopathy for all these situations."

Wow!! This is what I have started doing as well. I never listened much to it but here it just seemed like a natural thing to do. I always make sure to put "aggressive music" on my mp3 player before I go out.

The bad thing about it is that I might seem like one of those aggressive turds as well. I also usually go out and feel good and after a few meters I start to feel like shit. I remember a few occasions where I went out with people to celebrate, got a bit drunk, and ended up lost and alone crying somewhere, ignored by people around me.

When I went to my home town for a visit at the checkout in stores people started friendly conversations with me in line, here everybody has a grump face and people, especially cashiers, are usually rude - probably because they deal with so much poop during the day.

I do experience random acts of kindness even here, and I try to be kind and smile at people whenever I can and it's not suffocated yet for the day, but usually it gets ignored :)

"Sometimes its better not to search luck in the streets, or to spend to much time in overcrowded places."

This. I feel best when I downright avoid it. I find streets without many people and more nature, I avoid the crowded places. Makes me unhappy anyway, and they are usually ugly, too, The places, I mean.

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  Anonymous wrote:

'Berlin is a city with a "high stress" level only if you had previously lived in a small town. Compared to Paris, London, etc. Berlin is rather a village itself'
It seems like you're suggesting that the size of a city or its population is what makes it stressful, when what the posters here are saying is quite different: despite the spaciousness and small population, the people who live here GO OUT OF THEIR WAY TO BE STRESSFUL. So it's not the size, but the bad attitude which is too big, and too stressful in this town.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Before I visited Berlin the first time my grandmother told my parents not to let me go. She said she was here in the 50's or 60's and that the place was a dump: broken beer bottles in the streets, used condoms in the gutters, vomit and urine everywhere. Cranky, drunk, rude people. I thought to myself that must've been just the worn down vets and war widows. But really nothing has changed. City is still filthy. People are still rude. Berlin is a joke.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Your grandmother is right. I was appalled when I visited Berlin for the first time (was also my last time). Never did I sense so much hostility and tension than when I was in that pathetic, piss-soaked hell hole of a city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

"I thought to myself that must've been just the worn down vets and war widows" ...nope, it's just Berliners. This really puts things into perspective, doesn't it? They still act like they have dementia and/or are at war.

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