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

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I saw a post about the lack of berlinhaters who left the sh*thole for a new city/country. So here is mine, first i wanna thank this website that made me feel a little more sane and not alone during my 2 years in Berlin a year ago. I came back to my hometown (Paris, Fr) for few months to prepare my new life, and now i live in a quite big city in Spain (not Barcelone which is, i think ,a sunny Berlin) since few months. I still have anxiety crisis, hypocondrie, tinnitus and other physical problems thanks to Berlin. But i'm starting to recover slowly. Here the streets are clean, the sky is blue, everyone is welcoming, friendly, dress properly, don't have any problem with money, it's safe, no drugs, no broken up people, i can basically talk to anyone without rejection from their part. I have a job, collegues are nice and friendly. Life.is.beautiful. I'm trying to warn any people who is like "ooh i would like to live in Berlin, such an amazing city! , it's gonna take few years till i get fully comfortable, cause i'm still scared of being screamed at in shops/restaurants, or being mugged by creepy crack heads...but well i'm recovering!! So yes guys theres is hope after hell!! Don't give up!! I still come here from time to time to remember the hell i lived and how i slowly recover.

So yes there is other wonderful cities in the world where people are normal and humans. it still exists. DON'T GIVE UP AND RUN AWAY AT ALL COSTS from this sh*thole, If you wanna stay sane mentally and recover quickly! Stay home the most that you can, create your bubble of happiness, you hut of peacefullness, put your head in a book/joyfull music who warms your heart during transports, find a home hobby, and it will be fine, this is how i survived during 2 years, oh and put your head into finding the city of your dreams and work on your plan to escape! Heads up!!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Good on you for getting out of here. I've also not enjoyed it here and seriously considering getting out

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  Anonymous wrote:

Thanks for sharing your story. Ever since moving here I've had nearly uncontrollable urge to put my temple on a train track and end it a momentary flash of bliss. I need to get out now.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Today I saw a podgy, weakling looking 20 something who looked pale and grey and I kid you not, he was wearing a t-shirt with a big growling dog and the caption said FEAR ME and underneath homosexual Hardcore Feminist. It was the most hideous sight I've seen in a long time, and that's saying something for Berlin.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Ha ha ha, it wouldn't allow Queeer with two ee's

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  Anonymous wrote:

Haha dumb vagina

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'Haha dumb vagina'

Grow up phallace face :D

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  Anonymous wrote:

^^ Go and Suck a penis Whoreson/daughter :D

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  Anonymous wrote:

'Go and Suck a male genitalia Whoreson/daughter :D'

Where did you learn all this stuff. In a tree hut or some shit? lol

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  Anonymous wrote:

I actually miss the days when tweets that are banned in Germany were correctly identified with the explanation "This tweet is not available in Germany and France". Now it just says "This tweet is unavailable". The EU is so broken up.

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  Anonymous wrote:

The sooner the EU dissolves, the better. It's a monstrosity.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Even Ai Weiwei hates Berlin.

www.thelocal.de/20190809/germany-is-not-an-open-society-chinese-born-artist-ai-weiwei-on-leaving-berlin/amp

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He's an intellectual giant in a city of Peter and Peta Pans. I wish Ai Wei Wei good luck in finding the right place for him. Perhaps Bristol.

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I don't blame him for thinking the way he does. The Germans pay lip service to freedom of though and expression and open-mindedness but the reality is different.

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www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-07/sexual-consent-classes-offered-berlin-refugees-following-high-profile-rape-cases

About time. We should probably sign up some Berliners for this class as well, especially the respecting personal space part.

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  Anonymous wrote:

This is the most retarded thing I have ever heard.
These fukking lefttards will cause the end of our civilisation.

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Yes, I don't see anything wrong with it. The personal space thing is pretty good. Of course these idiots so to speak should not feel like they had to do it, they should feel how it feels for them. Ideally someone moves freely within their personal space, it kinda does everything karmawise in many cases. Lately, I waited at a bus station and some guy with his wife, holding hands walked by way too close. Noone likes this. So while I didn't feel like walking ahead, I felt it could! be that I wanted to, he should consider that. So that's why I did it, angrily. I wasn't sneaky or such, that wouldn't make any sense. I happened to bump into him. He brainfarted a sorry. He got it. He was doing it off, ah this guy, he ain't gonna do anything or if then he reacts to me. He did feel better because of it or he wouldn't been so quick to say sorry. After all I was running into him with anger, I mean he could seen it like that. Because I didn't do that. I just moved in my space, kind of a bluff call. The sorry really shows how he was aware, but acted as if not. If he didn't notice me as he pretended to, he would have felt offended at first but how come he knew. And it probably was his wife even, where he felt he would be weak if he would move over.

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Surely in some situations it doesn't feel like doing that. Is it a provocation, is it like the above. But yeah, that's the natural way to go about personal space things. You could get something out of your bag in a queue. Many confuse this with being passive aggressive. You could!, Sure you don't feel like it, but you could. But if you are reacting to it, you are on the low level then. It's not a lie.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Did you read this article at all?? It's about the rapefugees, not Germans and personal space
Keep off the booze

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  Anonymous wrote:

This is low s.hit. Forget it

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  Anonymous wrote:

I took a share car ride from here to Nuremberg two days ago. There were four of us...one anglo (me) and three Germans. For four hours I had the pleasure of listening to their stupid political opinions. It seems that one can't go anywhere in this country without hearing about Brexit, Trump, gloBull warming etc... It all gets a bit tiring

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Let me guess - they all had the same exact opinion on everything?

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Yes they did. Independent thinking ain't cool here

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In German "independent thinking" is an oxy-moron.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Look here:
www.berlin.de/polizei/polizeimeldungen/

At least 9 cars have been set on fire in Berlin so far this month. It was probably more as I don't think they post every time a car is set on fire.

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  Anonymous wrote:

That's what Lefty pseudo-anarchists do in Berlin. I don't drive a car, and despise them to be honest, but I would never randomly set them on fire. But what would I know, I'm just a white hetero male with conservative values, who repects other people. In Berlin, I'm the side-show freak. .

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  All Germans Are Nazis wrote:

Recently found this map of German corporations' headquarters somewhere on the internet.
Amazing that after all these years Berlin is still only able to retain businesses that specialize in the necessities of the holocaust (trains, propaganda, chemicals).

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People who run these companies are too smart to want to live wih a bunch of moronic university students who think they know everything because their Left-wing Marxist professors told them it is so. This place runs off the taxes of the states in Germany where people actually make things people want, not useless wankky 'art' that no one wants. Thanks for the map, just as I expected.

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Go with it on Facebook. Mr. Zuckerberg likes theories like this, you idiot!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sounds like a bad English speaking German can't deal with his country's past. What a loser.

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East Germany's economy is as barren as its women (and culture).

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  Anonymous wrote:

That map explains why there isn’t any good jobs available in this poop city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It reminds me of people in Berlin ..
www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/aug/07/why-are-thirtysomethings-lonely-because-society-doesnt-value-friendship

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  Anonymous wrote:

Too busy with their Kellog's Corn Flake degree and two mini jobs to survive. As soon as any potential employer sees they studied in Berlin, they say, "don't call us, we'll call you" ;o)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey all you morons who used Facebook, Twitter and Instagram etc etc etc etc . You'd better watch The Great Hack on Netflix and see just what total idots you've been, you've sold your life down the toilet. You phucking imbeciles deserve what is coming your way. There's nothing for nothing in this world. Good luck you phuckbrains.

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drugs are bad, mkay?

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I agree, only idiots who are on drugs and think that's cool, would sign up to Facebook etc.

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Even if you ignore the privacy scandals, the gaming of the algorithms and the weird disconnect between facebook and reality in terms of how people interact, it's still proven to made you more neurotic and less happy. Plus there's a lot of Germans on there that like to argue with each other in bad English.

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Every conversation you had on WhatsApp is held by Mr Creepy Schmuckerberg. Whatever you do in the future don't get into poitics, because if he doesn't like your politics, he'll be able to surrepticiously create a smear campaign aganst you.

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It doesn't even have to be done by Mark Zuckerberg or anyone high up - it could just be a polisci grad who sets the rules and regulations on Whatsapp use who anonymously leaks your conversations to the press. Say something slightly controversial in public (think Mario Lopez saying parents shouldn't give 3 year old kids hormone replacement therapy) and it'll happen. They can put all the in-app messages about end-to-end encryption they want but it means nothing when the encryption keys are saved on their servers. And, by the way, it's the same darn thing with Threema and probably Telegram. The only difference being that Threema and Telegram aren't yet trying to curry favor with the media and politicians by pushing identity politics (remember when Whatsapp was falling all over itself to figure out if Alex Jones had an account they could ban?). Doesn't make a difference anyway when you're using an iPhone that stores all its keys in ffucking China or an android that... I think we all know what Alphabet has been up to since 2016 thanks to Judicial Watch. Maybe ParanoidAndroid is better (but doubtfully since it's financed by German Paul Henschel) or perhaps Cyan but as a normal person you have no way to know. Probably time to throw your smartphone in a lake.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I wish more "berlinhaters" that have left Berlin would share their experience in their new country of choice, and how it compares to their previous life in Berlin (but perhaps most them never come back to this site, I wouldn't blame them). I get the feeling a lot of people here would benefit. A lot of us still here feel stuck and unsure of where to go. I know for myself that living in Berlin has created so much fear in me that I'm afraid anywhere else will just be the same. I've read a lot of posts on here over the past year and as much as I love the rants, I'd also love some constructive posts from anyone who has escaped. Personally, I'm considering Portugal, a smaller city, not downtown Lisbon. When I visited Lisbon a few months ago I didn't get a good vibe from it, parts were nice, but other parts smelly and ugly just like Berlin. I'm thinking of heading to an even smaller city, or close to the city in a country house. Porto perhaps? After many years here in Berlin I feel so disconnected from people and from nature. I don't want to go for walks in the parks and have to dodge gay prostitution, drug dealers, people have sex, public urination (men and women) and naked sunbathers (go to a nudist beach for Gods sake, not the public park). I also don't want to watch people in my community throw trash on the streets. Maybe I'm too picky. Maybe every city is disgusting. Maybe every city smells like piss and cigarettes (not true, Japan is fightingly clean).

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Most mega cities are like that. I think Porto is a good idea. Also Montreal, Wellington (NZ), Adelaide (Australia), Liverpool, great people there. I've herad very good things about Bristol. I love Bolgna, perfect size and cool happy people who love celebrating life. Galway. Cologne has very friendly people. Hamburg for sure. Wroclaw (Poland). Amsterdam is wonderful but expensive. I love Bratislava for a vist, very chilled out small city. Spend a few days in Poznan, easy to get to and cheap. If you are into vegan food, use HappyCow.com as your app to find veg and vegan places anywhere in the world. Also Tunbridge Wells, lovely people there.

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Could anyplace be worse than Berlin? There's either a drug dealer, a public urinator, an ad for an adult massage studio, a poster for dildoking, a prostitute, a puddle of fresh vomit or a pile of dog poop on every single corner. You'd be hard pressed to find this combination of hedonism and filth elsewhere in the world.

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  Anonymous wrote:

And don't forget the advertisements for Europe's biggest whorehouse on all the gosh darn taxis.

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Every time you visit another city, you have to realise the difference between Berlin and abroad. When I was now a week away from Germany I realized, it was almost everywhere quite tolerable! When I got out at the airport in Berlin, I felt really miserable and at that moment I realized, that I don't want to be in this town anymore! I think when I'm moving out of Berlin now, I'll just silently watch the way people behave elsewhere. First I go to Barcelona and I want to stay there for a while and calm down. Are you afraid to leave Berlin? Afraid to go for a better life? Think realistically. OK? ;)

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Being a realist is really important in this case. Look in Berlin around you! Do you like it? Imagine that in 10 years you will wake up and you will only regret the time you could use otherwise. So easy, Bro.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sounds like you've been speaking with Berliners. When you point out one of the many things wrong with this city/country they'll inevitably respond in one of three ways: say it's the same in all big cities; deny the problem outright; get angry. It's not the same everywhere.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I was 10 years in Berlin. I've been 5 years away and other than the flashbacks and skewed view of the world I have I'm much happier

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  Anonymous wrote:

OC here. Thank you for all your comments. Mark my words, I'll be out of here within the year. I wish it could be sooner but realistically won't be until next spring. Good thing is that I'll be traveling a lot in the meantime, outside of Germany. I'll have to visit Bratislava, I've never been. Thank you for the motivation :)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Is London really that Bad ? Which is more worse Berlin or London ?

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It's a coin toss, too hard to call.

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Then again, if you are an Englsih speaker, I think London will be a bit better.

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If you're not an Englishman then you'll have a lot of evil in London!

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  Anonymous wrote:

If you earn £120k+ it’s great. Otherwise don’t bother

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germans live in Berlin....Berlin wins.

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  Anonymous wrote:

London is a far nicer city. But if you aren't earning a lot of money, then AVOID.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I used to live in a nice town all the way up in northern Germany. Clean streets, clean air, nice, friendly and smiling people, beautiful old architecture. Now I live here and everyday I ask myself how normal people can live here. Heavy, polluted air, loud, dirty streets full of garbage,stone, asphalt everywhere, the people are always rushing somewhere, nobody smiles. When you go shopping, you get greeted with a grumpy, depressed face. Everyone seems to be effin nuts, everyone pretends to be someone he/she is not.
I once read a comment online in which Berlin was called Deutsch-Großaffendorf. Seems very befitting.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's the same in every huge metropolis these days, Paris, London, Hing Kong, Stdney, Melbourne, Moscow, LA, New York, but Berlin is the worst I have lived in by far. I've been expolring smaller cities of between 500,000 and 1 mil and love he feeling in these cities. They usually have everythng big cities have, they are usually cheaper and more friendly and welcoming. If you want to see a big show once or twice a year, just go to the mega cities for it, but enjoy the other 363 days much more in a city where you are not anonymous.

If you spend too much time in Berlin, you will develop a mental illness and be forced to adopt Lefty-Speek, even if you don't believe their pseudo-anarchist and communist bullshittt. You'll become lazy and lose all your drive, you never find dependable people you can rely on, and you'll end up leavung in tears anyway, so why not do it now. This city is one huge lunatic asylum.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Live somewhere where you don't have to squeeze your entire life into a tiny, poorly constructed shoebox-sized apartment that belongs to someone else. Where people feel a sense of responsibility and accountability for their own possessions. I.e. somewhere that isn't Germany. Even tiny towns here are full of apartment complexes because people here are too poor or too poorly organized to ever own property. Hard to ever feel like an adult when you have to listen to your neighbors pissing. flushing their toilets and closing their cupboards your entire life. Feels like perpetually living in a student dorm, minus the camaraderie and sense of youthful hope.

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Mein Name ist "Hellen Karin". Ich bin 68 Jahre alt und 42 Jahre alt. Mein Mann hat mich und meine vier wunderschöne Tochter für eine jüngere Frau verlassen und ich war am Boden zerstört. Als er im folgenden Monat nach Hause kam, sagte er mir, er wolle sich scheiden lassen. Es war, als hätte sie ihn in einen bösen Bann gezogen, mein Mann wandte sich über Nacht ohne Vorwarnung gegen mich und ging am nächsten Morgen des Tages wieder, als er zurückkam. Es geschah am 3. Mai 2001, als meine älteste Tochter das Abitur abschloss. Ich war verzweifelt und weinte jede Nacht. Bis ich eines Tages meine Klassenkameradin besuchte, die im Ruhestand ist, aber glücklich verheiratet ist und 6 Kinder hat. Wir haben beide das College mit einem Studiengang abgeschlossen. Ich beschließe, meine Ehe mit meiner Freundin "Norris Katherina Wellinton" zu teilen, die mir hilft, mich mit einem mächtigen Mann namens "Mr. (Adams Power Temple)" zu beraten. Als Ergebnis all seiner wunderbaren Arbeit sind mein Mann und ich wieder zusammen. Ich bin so glücklich mit meiner Familie und habe heute fünf Enkelkinder. Drei wunderschöne Mädchen und zwei wunderschöne Enkelkinder. Wir sind so glücklich mit einer großartigen Familie und dank "Norris, die mein lebendes Zeugnis ist." Norris Katherina Wellinton ist drei Jahre älter in meinem Alter, aber ich nenne sie heute meine Patin. Sie führte mich kontaktiert Mr. Adams Power Temple "mit meinen Problemen, sagte Mr. Adams mir, dass es gut ist.
Brauchen Sie Hilfe hier ist Mr.Adams direkte Mailbox: Greatadamstemple@gmail.com

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  Anonymous wrote:

I hope this sory is true, and not another psycho Berlin scam. Although I don't think anyone in their right mind will be contacting Mr Temple.

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  Hellen Karin wrote:

Mein Name ist "Hellen Karin". Ich bin 68 Jahre alt und 42 Jahre alt. Mein Mann hat mich und meine vier wunderschöne Tochter für eine jüngere Frau verlassen und ich war am Boden zerstört. Als er im folgenden Monat nach Hause kam, sagte er mir, er wolle sich scheiden lassen. Es war, als hätte sie ihn in einen bösen Bann gezogen, mein Mann wandte sich über Nacht ohne Vorwarnung gegen mich und ging am nächsten Morgen des Tages wieder, als er zurückkam. Es geschah am 3. Mai 2001, als meine älteste Tochter das Abitur abschloss. Ich war verzweifelt und weinte jede Nacht. Bis ich eines Tages meine Klassenkameradin besuchte, die im Ruhestand ist, aber glücklich verheiratet ist und 6 Kinder hat. Wir haben beide das College mit einem Studiengang abgeschlossen. Ich beschließe, meine Ehe mit meiner Freundin "Norris Katherina Wellinton" zu teilen, die mir hilft, mich mit einem mächtigen Mann namens "Mr. (Adams Power Temple)" zu beraten. Als Ergebnis all seiner wunderbaren Arbeit sind mein Mann und ich wieder zusammen. Ich bin so glücklich mit meiner Familie und habe heute fünf Enkelkinder. Drei wunderschöne Mädchen und zwei wunderschöne Enkelkinder. Wir sind so glücklich mit einer großartigen Familie und dank "Norris, die mein lebendes Zeugnis ist." Norris Katherina Wellinton ist drei Jahre älter in meinem Alter, aber ich nenne sie heute meine Patin. Sie führte mich kontaktiert Mr. Adams Power Temple "mit meinen Problemen, sagte Mr. Adams mir, dass es gut ist.
Brauchen Sie Hilfe hier ist Mr.Adams direkte Mailbox: Greatadamstemple@gmail.com

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  Anonymous wrote:

Imagine this scenario:

You're a gay guy walking near Warschauer Str.
You see some women who had just been sprayed with pepperspray.
You offer help.
She declines and calls you a gay.

What do you do?
A. Ignore her and continue with your business.
B. Punch her
C. File a police report against her for hurting your feelings

Find out here:
www.berlin.de/polizei/polizeimeldungen/pressemitteilung.832433.php

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  Anonymous wrote:

I don't Know what the Dude Said......he..s Gay.............Never Heard this Word before..........and what is pepperspray

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  Anonymous wrote:

Maybe it was a gay who pepper sprayed her. I personally can't stand 80% of mincing Queen gays, especially because they are the real haters, yes hetero-phobic. Funny how more heteros die of prostrate cancer than gays of aids, yet the gays get more medical funding. How does shat work. Oh that's right all the gays and their feminist friends have been screaming for 40 years that hetero white men are pigs. No time for gays. They and feminists are the enemy of white hetero males.

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