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

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  Anonymous wrote:

the people are worse than the weather. They are all ( germans, migrants, expats, tourists) insufferable. I am going to leave my partner in 6 months just to finally leave this idiot after 4 years of misery and trauma. I should have listened to my parents who warned me about Germany. Never again will I let "love" blind me.

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*just to leave this city

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Good idea, leave her, German women are the most stupid/selfish I've eve met

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I can't stand thinking in such terms expats, tourists, leftists, feminists and so on. It makes things pretty dull.

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Cool guy above me goes through his entire life without mentally grouping anyone into categories. No labels for him! Everyone is an individual to him. He has the mental capacity of an entire village of East Asians. He is such a smart guy. Wow.

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  Anonymous wrote:

exactly. we all use stereotypes. Our brain is wired to use stereotypes for survival and efficiency.
Besides ,OP was not bashing anyone based on their political leaning, race, or sexual orientation.

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It's nothing to feel cool about, that would be pretty dull.

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You missed the point of what I saying. I didn't relate it critically to OP also, quite the opposite!

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I understand, why every second person here is on drugs or alcohol. Why? Because there's just one word to describe every single aspect of this city: UGLY.

1. Ugly architecture. Is this a capital of ZE GREAT DOUCHELAND? No, Berlin looks like a small depressive town somewhere in Russia or Poland. Yes, there are some beautiful pieces of architecture like the Berlin Cathedral, but the number of those exceptions is so low. And yeah, crooked butt graffiti and street "art" everywhere, mixed with panel houses...Ugh. Disgusting.
2. Ugly people. No wonder, why the birth-rate in Germany is so low. Who would fornicate ugly, unkempt german "girls" with green hair, dressed in them ankle pants and dirty butt converse? Right, only the person under coke or molly. Plus, fckn refugees, Neukolln "machos", leftie faggots and so on.
3. Ugly behaviour. No comments here. We all know the definition of "Berliner Schnauze". We all know that yelling and vomiting on the subway stations is OK for berliners. We all know this facial expression when it goes about Berlin. "OoOoOoOH, das ist so geeeeeeeil" - say ugly girls from pt. 2 with a roll-eye, - "This is the best city on Earth, which never sleeps, we have the best parties, the best doner, the best keta, the best...did I say doner or keta? Ah, also parties!".

This place is really doomed.

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Can't wait to see Germany turn into an islamic republic. That will show the krauts.

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Muslims and islam SUCK

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Not far away according to this woman www.youtube.com/watch

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Jews and israelis sucks too.

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May Jewish fcuk your mother

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what did the jews do besides getting killed by the germans?

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makes lots of money and female dog for centuries....Berlin as capital of Allah-land...the Deutsche cucks will yell Antifa!! while their heads are chopped off

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May a muslim fornicate your mother freaking shlomo ...

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To the comment above: muslims are impotent subhumans. They can only fornicate sheeps and donkeys.

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Oy vey Muslims reproduce more than Europeans, how can they be impotent idiot ? :)

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sorry, here's the same as last post without typos, for all the pedants:

I wonder if this has anything to do with Angela Merkel letting in so many "refugees" www.youtube.com/watch

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I wonder if this has anything to do with Angela Merkel letting un so may "refugees" - www.youtube.com/watch

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Whenever I have a "conversation" with a German, I never hear them say the words: I think - perhaps - maybe - I'm not sure - my opinion etc. they are always quite emphatic that their belief is the ultimate truth.

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Only lectures, not conversations : ))

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Who cares ? What about Berlin ?

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Hmm, how silly of meI thought Berlin was in Germany and I also thought anyone with half a brain would work out that talking about Germans on a Berlin Hating site would register in their pea-brain that I might just be including Berliners. But that is too much to hope for.

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Had a job once where we were forced to attend a seminar on giving and receiving feedback. They emphasized very strongly that when giving feedback it is important to say "In my opinion..." and the Germans in the audience just blankly stared in disbelief.

Been thinking the past few days about social interactions in Berlin/Germany and have recalled many cringe-worthy moments in this country. People here are definitely off more-often-than-not.

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That's true. It makes one feel as if something was wrong for being just normal. Everyone's always acting so tough and competent like they have to perform something. I mean who are they trying to fool? Although they probably suffer from it. Like it's the weak frames around their feelings. So they can't feel them so easily.

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I like Munich, Hamburg, Köln,-but not Berlin! If you want to stay alone, without friends and depressed, then a cab ride to Berlin!

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Every german city is a shithole, where's impossible to make friends. Not only Berlin.

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I was with a berlin guy for few months. I liked him and we were getting along pretty well. One day out of nowhere and without a reason he disappeared, stopped answering messages and I never heard of him again.

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Probably bi-polar. Or autistic. All German males are deeply broken.

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I have to pay €17 per month for a RET ARD tv licence, when I live lone with no tv, no smart phone and no radio or computer connection. Yet another apartment or house with 6 people who all have TVs, smart phones, radios and computer connection, pay the same total as me.

WTF is that about. Why don't these rip off numbskulls charge by the size of the apartment. This is he final straw in Berlin for me. The problem is it's still run by Lefty communists from the DDR times.

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Given the quality of German media, I don't see how anyone can justify paying anything in television tax. State-run television and radio that exist solely to spread pro-establishment propaganda? And then you have the conspiracy-theory idiots who point at the private-run stations with their abysmal quality suggesting that somehow legitimizes state-sponsored media. It's all idiotic. Germans should just stay away from media all together. They are bad at it.

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  WallStrider wrote:

Typical English pop song text synopsis: "Hey, I have to say that I love you, and I want to keep you forever and care for you. Do you want to join with me?" or "I have a serious problem. I can't take it anymore, I wish I was dead. Please help me!"

Typical German pop song text synopsis: "YEEAHH let's dance all night long, drink us to death, consume illegal substances and fornicate uninvolved inferior women so that they become mentally retarded children until we are too old to realise we wasted our lives."

Until Adel Tawil (who happens to be half tunesian/half egypt but was ironically born in Berlin) came along with his song "Ist da jemand?" ("Is there somebody?") which does roughly match the english synopsis. This may have opened their eyes to some of the mostly soul-blind Germans. And when I saw the official music video I saw another incredible peculiarity of Germans: tons of smileys.

Other artists of Tawil's kind are Tim Bendzko and Max Giesinger, but their soul texts are a rarity for Germans which are unable to understand the English texts.

(For information: I am a German-born, but my parents moved to Duluth, Minnesota with me when I was a few months old. I honestly think this was the right decision.)

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Germans love English-language pop music but rip at it relentlessly to 1. show that they understand English enough to somewhat decipher the lyrics and 2. push down their fears that emotions actually exist.

You are absolutely spot on. Almost no German bands producing anything other than mindless bubble-gum music with too much production and too little substance. The Beatsteaks, probably one of the most popular current bands from Berlin, is a great example. Their newest single, which is played on all public radio stations probably 50 times per day, attempts some kind of love story from the perspective of an addled druggy forcing marriage upon someone who doesn't want it.

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Yes. I'm sharing some bad climaxes of German music "culture"

Brian Sanhaji - A simple thing - www.youtube.com/watch
sounds like an Eminem/Depeche Mode crossover remixed by Ralph from Kraftwerk

Kollektiv Turmstraße - Randale in der Fußgaengerzone - www.youtube.com/watch
typical for a group of leftist influenced rowdies - enhanced by heavy accent vocals

Format B - Something Suitable - www.youtube.com/watch
no words, this sounds like Silent Hill composers on Drugs...

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The only thing Germans love are their jobs, their cars, their drugs and their scat porn.

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Many actually hate their jobs but it provides for some human needs like getting lost in authority. These roles are quite a female dog cause human needs are very attached to it like scapegoats which are usually the artists (so that's why there is no cultural value much) also don't get any love for being who they are.

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Nothing of cultural value has come from Germany in the past 100 years because Germans are void of any emotion, except perhaps impotent rage. Their movies, television shows and music are all depressingly bland despite receiving some of the largest government subsidies in the entire world. TV shows and movies are copies of copies of something that might have once been moving - but all signs of humanity of the characters is scrapped in favor of cheap, gratuitous sex, unnecessarily provocative situations and "humor" that appeals solely to prepubescent boys (and, for whatever reason, a large portion of the German population). The music is even worse. It's either the germification of what was popular in America and England 5-10 years ago, laughable German hip hop/rap or mindless and monotonous robotic techno you could only produce, or tolerate, after destroying your brain for years.

In summary, Germans are incapable of creating anything of cultural relevance beyond, arguably, a codified system of laws.

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Yes. I'm sharing some bad climaxes of German music "culture"

Brian Sanhaji - A simple thing - www.youtube.com/watch
sounds like an Eminem/Depeche Mode crossover remixed by Ralph from Kraftwerk

Kollektiv Turmstraße - Randale in der Fußgaengerzone - www.youtube.com/watch
typical for a group of leftist influenced rowdies - enhanced by heavy accent vocals

Format B - Something Suitable - www.youtube.com/watch
no words, this sounds like Silent Hill composers on Drugs...

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  Anonymous wrote:

Anyone ever have a German tell them that television tax and state-run media help keep reporting neutral?
www.ft.com/content/23e02b76-7074-11e7-93ff-99f383b09ff9

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Ever since the Nationwide refuge enthusiasm with ridiculous clapping of arrivals I lost any belief in independent media opinions here, it was sickeningly one sided, and the worst part was the fuhrer the Germans let themselves be whipped into, they just seemed so eager to be told what to think.

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As a foreigner I really wanted to see the good in refugees coming to Europe to seek more peaceful, prosperous lives. I've never thought much of German "culture" (or lack thereof) or the arrogance most German males seem to still possess to this day. So the German right-wing propaganda wasn't at all appealing to me. I fought with my own logic and reasoning for months, ignoring the "bad apples" that, at the beginning of the influx at least would still occasionally made it to the press (molestations in public pools, the whole Cologne thing, later the rapes and murders and, eventually, terror attacks). And then I noticed I was almost never casually seeing any more news articles about crimes committed by refugees. I did some research and realized that the crimes were still there, but you had to read official police reports (though they do their best to make it near impossible to isolate crimes committed by refugees) or foreign media to get to them.

There's obviously a problem going on and the media has clearly taken the role of subservience.

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funny thing German media bashes Russian RT media as "state controlled!" ha! German qualitat medien is borderline North Korea

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God I hate Germans.

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You're not the only one.

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God I hate foreigners living here and hating on Germans. F*ck off and leave.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Be less hateable.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Probably because Germans hate you and everyone else

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Guess what...I hate Germany and Germans too!!!

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how its possible to be so dry , germans.

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I suggest you look for more humid folks.

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On vacation in u.s. Southerns are friendly and warm human beings compared to Berliners. Media loves to hate on the south calling them rednecks, deplorables and stupid for supporting Trump. Despite some bad apples, I prefer the southerners 1000 times over to Berliners.

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People there a really generally very kind-hearted - a facet of life completely missing in Germany and especially Berlin. Plus the food is a million times better.

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Who are the nicest, Nth or Sth Carolinians?

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Southern hospitality I love Georgia (the US state).
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Yoga mom, eco mom, vegan mom, hipster hippi yuppi whatever irresponsible types, moronic working class, retards with money called "investors", people who are writing crap about AI, intelligence and never coded even one line in their whole lifes called "innovator"s.........never seen so many useless people in my life. If Berliners disappear altogether, world loses nothing.

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You're being a bit hard on them, please consider that they excel at rubbish bin scavenging, smashing beer bottles on bicycle paths, being overbearingly smelly while they beg for money, they are industrious, haven't you noticed all the entrepreneurs selling MOTZ newspapers in the U-Bahn, what about all their wonderful varieties of food like currywurst, doner, and, well there's um, let me see, did I say currywurst and doner.

What about the friendliness when you visit the office that welcomes you to Berlin, the Auslander Behorder and they are really chilled out, so chilled out it takes you 2 months to get an appointment for the BurgerAmt (town hall) to get the document you need to get everything else done in Berlin, like bank account, phone account etc etc, so you have plenty of free time to enjoy Yoga, more Yoga, even more Yoga and some extra Yoga as well.

Haven't you noticed how they love colors, you know, the 50 shades of Berlin grey. What I like best is how alternative and individual everyone is, they're so alternative and individual that they all look the same, and very colorful, they make sure you can't miss the rainbow of hues in their tattoos, to show how individual they are.

They're also very sharing, especially when they cough in front of you without covering their mouth, to share their germs with you, and they are concerned with your health, because when you complain that they coughed all over you, they say "but germs make your immune system stronger.

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I have a college degree, but I'm working in Berlin as a janitor, part-time. I am a social worker. When I looking for a job here, they will say always, that I do not have sufficient qualifications. I have a partner in Berlin, because of which I live here for ten years. I love my partner, but I hate Berlin!

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Why do you accept such a life? Go back to your country, get a nice job, your gf can come with you.

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Berliners will never leave Berlin. The are conditioned to fear everything else. Break up and bail.

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I think it's absurd to have a college degree and at the same time clean fat Germans' poop for a living. Living in this crappy city is not worth it. Being janitor offers no future, no resume headline, no savings....no future. If gf is worthy of this, then she will understand how absurd to work as a janitor and agree to move, so both can have decent jobs. Otherwise she's just another fat German girl :)

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OP maybe comes from a poor country where he earns less as a social worker compared to a german janitor.
Or, OP committed a crime and can't go back to his own country. Or, OP is an american and has a medical preexisting condition that's cheaper to treat in Germany.
Why work as a misrable janitor in a misrable city? Love alone cannot keep someone in Berlin for 10 years.

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OP: been there, done that. I came to Berlin because of a (now ex-) partner and believe me: it is NOT worth it! Talk with your partner about it and try to find a solution. If your partner refuses to leave Berlin: let go! You will find someone new somewhere else. Life is too short to live at a place you hate, sooner or later you will deeply regret it. Make changes now!

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It's funny when Germans and Germophiles pretend that German healthcare is 1. affordable, and/or 2. adequate. I pay much higher insurance in Germany than I ever did in the United States, only here I have to wait for weeks to get an appointment with a specialist, have to share a hospital room with strangers and am subject to lower medical standards in both practice and training. And also, by almost all measures, the United States makes a mockery of German healthcare - cancer survival rates being a prominent example. Oh, and BTW: the ACA is still in effect, therefore pre-existing conditions still cannot be grounds for excluding coverage except in states which have formally petitioned to exclude them - a provision that was introduced during the Obama era for instances in which the financial burden was too great for certain counties to subsidize hypochondriacs. And, of course, stabilizing care is always available regardless of insurance coverage and ability to pay. But continue to enjoy your failed socialist state where where a higher percentage of people live in poverty.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Og course a German robot would not understand love.

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A jon as a janitor, how did you score such a lucrative job, most Berliners would give anything for a job like that.

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I stayed here in misery for years because of a girl. I'm now here in misery because of a child, but the relationship with the girl (and later, accidentally mother) long died. For your own sake, don't sacrifice your life for love- they don't appreciate it, and it may not last (especially as you spiral downward as an unfulfilled janitor resenting life while she matters on in German with her better employed friends - you'll drift apart. Almost every expat I know here that didn't come for the debauchery came for love. And I don't know a single one that's happily together with the same person 10 years later). Look after yourself first, your relationship second.

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once your german passport comes in dump her

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I'm not german and I came and stayed in berlin because of love for 3 years. I regret wasting my youth in Berlin because of love.
Love cannot last for 10 years if one of the partners is miserable.
Obamacare was not there 10 years ago so preexisting conditions were an issue especially for a poor student.
German healthcare is far from perfect but as a janitor he is covered by a public health insurance which typically charges based on income and provides a full coverage. At least I did not have to pay 20k euros for a hospital stay and a surgery. I was only charged 100 euros.
I ended up sharing a room with a crazy German woman but I am alive and debt free.

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More stupidity above. Obamacare covers fewer than 3% of the population in America, i.e. about 1 in 6 who are living below the poverty line. It's a tiny number of people. And as a janitor in America, you generally will also be covered by your employer's healthcare. In fact, in most bigger cities janitors and custodians are union workers who earn pretty well and have undeserved benefits.

And if you are so concerned with living debt-free, consider the difficulties imposed on people declaring bankruptcy in Germany versus basically any other western country on earth. They are fine when the public is forced to consume your debt for health insurance and not working, but if you make one poor business decision then you are screwed for at least five years. Not so elsewhere. Germany is a country for people who are lazy and don't want to try at life.

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