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

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  Anonymous wrote:

I will return tomorrow - Region Friday,

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  Anonymous wrote:

Julia, do not drop the soap in the shower!,

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  Anonymous wrote:

a car and a pink elephant,

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  Anonymous wrote:

!! compartment for children,

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  Anonymous wrote:

Medical doctors, engineers, scientists... are coming to Görlitzer Park.
www.youtube.com/watch

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  Anonymous wrote:

This whole city stinks, there is no flow to it and the vibe is stale. If I never return I’ll be very happy.

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  Anonymous wrote:

What's up with all you losers that HAVE to stay in this shithole?!

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  Anonymous wrote:

It takes a while to work it out. First you come here on holidays and think how cool is this place, and when you move here and realise that all the cool stuff was other people you met on holidays, you go through the "it can't be a whole city, it must be me" phase.

Then you stupidly try to work Berlin out, and you get sucked deeper into the quagmire, then one day you realize that "it is the whole city that is phucked up" and then you have to plan your escape, because you've invested money, time and energy here, and you somehow feel that life will be too hard in a city where you have to pay more rent, until you realize that all your friends elsewhere are earning mega-bucks and have the time of their lives with healthy, reliable friendships and relationships. Probably a few more phases here I couldn't be bothered remembering as well. 25 days to go and counting every one of them

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  Anonymous wrote:

totally agree , it can't be a whole city, also people say Berlin super cool, and start doubting myself , what s wrong with me, but its not! please trust me that this city is a just hell!

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  Anonymous wrote:

This city is for degenerates. And they can have it. Nasty people, unhappy with their lives, so they take it out on us more stable people LOL.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I want to get out of this city, Do you have any other German cities that is better than Berlin?

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  Anonymous wrote:

People in Cologne are muck more friendly, welcoming and inclusive, also Hamburg, Leipzig and Dresden.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Go to Austria!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Forget about the cities. Hamburg and Cologne = same sh*t as in Berlin. Frankfurt: Drugs and Arabs. Stuttgart: Half population of Africa seems to be there. Munich: Still kind of okayish but also getting worse + very expensive. Whole North Rhine-Westphalia is f*cked up. East Germany is okay and cheap but a bit grey and boring. I suggest trying to live in some small city in Baden-Württemberg or Bavaria with as few Muslims and refugees as possible

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  Anonymous wrote:

Maybe Leipzig, Freiberg, Freiburg, Erfurt, Greifswald but it's a blind guess.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Freiburg is a leftist city full of naive students, crime and rapefugees.

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  Anonymous wrote:

A little anecdote: Went on a full tram. Behind me, more people. But the person standing in the aisle just stood there. Took of my bag so I fit through - the people behind me already lost all their nerves "But it's so full, it doesn't work" they said to each other. And only then noticed: Shouldn't this woman be somewhat socially involved here? I felt like shaking her and saying DO SOMETHING! Later, I want to get out, it was funny... Prior to this I heard a guy ask a woman: Are you getting off?/Steigen Sie aus? Just that he asked her something that was obvious but like he really wanted to know. So I get up but none of the people care to check if somebody wants to get out. So I asked: Are you all getting off? and a guy replied: You want to get out? to which I replied yea yea. and then: Thanks. I nearly felt stupid for asking cause of the guy who asked that woman until I figured my tone was: then why are you not checking behind you.

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  Anonymous wrote:

This is actually not good.

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  Anonymous wrote:

www.welt.de/vermischtes/article181748786/Behoerde-raet-zu-Arzt-Besuch-Lebensbedrohliche-Infektion-in-Berliner-Sex-Club.html

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  Anonymous wrote:

Who would have thought ?

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If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas

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  Anonymous wrote:

disgusting like Berlin and his people...

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's meningitis. Big health alert. www.tagesspiegel.de/berlin/berlin-mitte-kitkat-besucher-melden-sich-in-kliniken/23141250.html

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  Anonymous wrote:

Don't think you are going to break the Berlin code, because there is no code to break, everyone here is lost. Just get out before you go insane as well, it's like a big sewage suction nozzle, trying to get everyone into it's cesspool..

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  Anonymous wrote:

yes ,yes ,yes

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yep. I actually went insane in Berlin and fate catapulted me to the beautiful black forest.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Berlin Airport delayed AGAIN untl 2020. That encapsulates everything about the Berliner mentality.
Basically unproductive and low quality.

www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/berlin-new-airport-delayed-again/

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  Anonymous wrote:

Found the secret of being sane in Berlin: Embrace being a hater.
As a foreigner here, times can get pretty lonely and that’s when you feel sad and lost. Hell to the Nah!! Been there, tried to be social, desperately and motivational and all „happy vibes“, but getting dissapointed and more depressed with each interaction. Nopey nope. I am a lone ranger now. I won’t take people serious beyond different points now such as lip filler fake biatches thinking they’re hotshots, sheepish „creatives“ with septum ring and pokemonic arm tattoos... Yes, I will judge you and be a bitter hater because I think my butthole looks better than your mouth and my farts more interesting than your personality. Am I so rebellious to like myself and be confident I am more than trash? So be it, it’s called self-confidence in the sense I know what I am, and what I am not. I swck at many things and many people do more thing better than I do, I know it. That’s the real self-confidence. I don’t think I am better than everyone, I think I am better than you in particular, if you thick my „moron“ boxes. You call me narrowminded and a hater? Well, I call it a filter.
And after all this jibberish, I can only say that.. Heck, I enjoy my Saturday doing laundry and reading a book in my own more. I appreciate clean socks more than filling my time with meaningless people for the sake of being social.
One you reach that point and embrace the hate on all things stupid in Berlin, you‘re in the mind‘s Nirvana.
Don’t let Berlin bwllshit and bwllshiters get you down, my friend.
Few, but good, likeminded people around you are better than lots of brainless Berliner lefties that get you confused and lots.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Why I'm not meeting people like you in Berlin?
Suddenly all are lost and desperate.

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Drug addicts, alcoholics, wannabe's, sex addicts, mind-game players, extreme left-wing radicals, students with no compass moral or social, aggression, rudeness, inhospitable, unwelcoming, non-inclusive, ungenerous, untrustworthiness, unreliability, don't get me started in sexist Feminists and heterophobic gay bigots, oh, and of course the racist white haters.

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  Anonymous wrote:

"racist white haters" basically don't exist in Berlin but I agree with the rest.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Emotional unavailable people. Half of Berlin. I feel sorry for you. Get help and don't hurt normal ones.

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  Anonymous wrote:

If you're on the bottom half of Berlin, then you're a freaking stupid poop and you should freaking die. Kill yourself homosexual

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  Anonymous wrote:

Ok, and then what, if he gays kill themselves, who is gong to sexually abuse young boys, certainly not straight guys.

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  LaParisienne wrote:

I left Berlin 2 months ago, after 3 years. I still have nightmares where i still live in Berlin, then wake up like crazy to realize i'm safe now...still have health issues that i have to recover to from this city...i almost turned insane...when people ask me if i can speak german i say no even if i can, just because i don't wanna hear a single word of this language...It's gonna be a long way recovery, but at least im safe now in a normal country with normal people...To everyone who can't escape or have days/months/years to survive in this hell of a sh*ithole, BE STRONG or TRY TO ESCAPE AT ALL COSTS, the most important thing is you ! Do it for your mental and physical safety! there is nothing good for anyone sane here...

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  Anonymous wrote:

I have left Berlin one year ago , now living in Barcelona , same here I don’t want to say used to live in berlin , often ppl say wow I love Berlin, totally no crew , I recommend to live more than one year !
Terrible !

I love Barcelona, now I don’t have fear to talk people .

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  Anonymous wrote:

Ich verstehen, sorry, I understand, thanks for the hope. I only have two months left of my sentence in hell.

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  Anonymous wrote:

For me it's 6 months, feels like eternity :/

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  Anonymous wrote:

I m the same situation , if it’s possible I d like to share it , how could I exchange e mail ,

Even I left berlin last year , still traumatized.

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  Anonymous wrote:

You have to create an account, then login, and you can send me an email by clicking on the top of the conversation where it's written: "2 days ago La Parisienne wrote:"

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  Anonymous wrote:

I escaped that prison recently, I feel my soul and body returning to normal.I now am in a society where people are actually nice to each other. Can you believe it? Hope and faith in humanity and a belief in some good future all seem possible now. People I now see are happy. To anyone considering leaving? Go. It's really that simple

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