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

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  Anonymous wrote:

stop worrying about what i'm doing and worry about why you're worried about what I'm doing

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  Anonymous wrote:

I no longer view Germans as normal human beings. It makes it easier to deal with their irrational demeanors. I don't get too upset when my dog pees in the sofa because I know he cannot really understand abstract concepts. Really makes life here more pleasant.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I hate that i have to look for a foreign doctor each time i need one cause i feel unsafe with german doctors

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  Anonymous wrote:

German doctors have a really short period of education compared to other nations. I don't blame you for fearing them. And there is no recourse for malpracrice here. Remember the German doctor in London that killed all those people a few years back.

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  Anonymous wrote:

6 years of study until approbation (licence to practise) + 4-6 years specialists residency training. Really short period.

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  Anonymous wrote:

it is 4 years and until very recently they were not required to specialize in anything. many do not even have the doctor title.

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  Anonymous wrote:

nah it's 6 but otherwise ur right

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  Anonymous wrote:

Josef Mengele was a German doctor. We all know how that ended.

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  Anonymous wrote:

To be fair you gotto look at the history. Nothing really is without any reason. Just probably really hard to understand. By that I mean seeing the human within the mess, which is what causes being less hateful. And that I know is almost impossible in Berlin. It surely wouldn't be received also. Just gotto watch not to hate too much. Vibe is vibe it only be the same in green. I prefer as somebody wrote "creative bashing", absurdities and such things. Something uplifting

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  abettertomorrow wrote:

German health insurance pays for cosmetic procedures in many cases. As long as you can get a psychiatrist to vouch for you, you can get pretty much any form of plastic surgery performed on someone else's dollar. Breat implants, chemical peels, genital enhancement - you name it. What is most disgusting, however, is that in many cases doctors in Germany even recommend cosmetic procedures to minors (and their parents). For example, when children are observed to have protruding ears it is routine in this country for doctors to suggest to parents to have the condition fixed with plastic surgery. Their reasoning is that being bullied is worse than "fixing" the problem. Eugenics doesn't work.

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  Anonymous wrote:

" is that in many cases doctors in Germany even recommend cosmetic procedures to minors"

This is hard to believe, considering how unattractive Germans are.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Everything

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  Anonymous wrote:

When I was a child, I WENT TO BERIN, I continued to talk like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me and MOVED AWAY FROM BERLIN.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sorry I meant berLin

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's not really a child thing. Lots of maturity in children with many things cause they are natural.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Bestial
Egoistic
Rude
Lefty
Insolent
Nutters

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  Diabase XXI wrote:

What is it called when people dress up queerly and go drinking?

Cologne - Carnival
Munich - Oktoberfest
Berlin - weekend

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  Anonymous wrote:

www.youtube.com/watch

this song is for you, with all my love

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  Anonymous wrote:

Carnival of cultures, what a disappointment. Ugly cars, ugly people around, tossing bottles on the pavement, trash, piss and poop everywhere. God I hate this city.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I am sick of people pretending street parties in Germany are acceptable outings for anyone even slightly civilized. There is some drunk German guy pissing on every corner and flocks of drunk white trash with newfound courage. Berlin street parties are for disgusting and annoying.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I went to one "Karnival" of "Kultur" and that was enough for me. Ditto Notting Hill. Booooooring

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  abettertomorrow wrote:

A picture of a poster that was displayed prominently at a university in Berlin I briefly attended. A state-funded school I might add. There is still systemic xenophobia in Germany, driven to extremes by their knowledge that Germany/German culture are substandard compared to all other western nations. They're still dehumanizing and scapegoating anyone that doesn't operate like Germany.

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  ForFucksSake wrote:

America - Germans love to hate it, and it's politically correct and totally not racist because they're a white, privilliged first world country! God I've sat through so many "conversations" (read debate/monolog) in environments that in other places could have been fun listening to children spew their parents views on this crap. It's the same as those idiotic morons that think all car owners are elitist environment disregarding idiots - until the day comes they themselves need/can afford a car. Then they happily tear down the autobahn as far as their little shitbox will go, spewing out as many dead dinosaur breaths as possible, without even considering the hypocrisy. It's all sour grapes, in a land where you're don'ttaught not to expect to win anything, why would you want to play the game.

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  Anonymous wrote:

"it was shocking that money has such a high priority [...] This is not the ideology of my world and I can't identify with these values"

Quiz: which of these high-GDP countries has a reputation across the world for being full of humourless, fun-hating people who live to work?

A. USA
B. Germany

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  Anonymous wrote:

Humour at the workplace is a SIN. No feel good culture at work, hence, no creativity.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Not surprised a 2010-era student from Germany who spent a 3-day, guided trip in Silicon Valley immediately sought refuge in father Germany again. I am 99% sure he had never worked a day in his life. If he was still in a Diplom program he didn't even have to really take any exams. Hearing people actually work 40 hours per week probably traumatized this poor child. Lucky he got deep insights in America with this state-sponsored trip where he watched one company presentation.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Appears to be from mobile.twitter.com/htw_berlin - I wonder if they have an official position on supporting/trivializing xenophobia. Going to ask them now.

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  Anonymous wrote:

another day another terror attack in europe. guess the uk is looking forward to being able to deport these savages soon.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hmmm, funny coincidence that it coincided with the election.

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  Anonymous wrote:

What exactly are you hinting at?

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  Anonymous wrote:

stop spaming. This site is called Berlinhater and not Jihadihater.

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Every second person in Neukoln looks like a Jihadist, and every other second person looks like a conforming hipster.

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the two poles of libtardism in Berlin collide face to face in Neukolln, the inherent contradictions collide like divergent galaxies....

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  Anonymous wrote:

HILARY!! everything she stands for and her as a person! "DISGUSTING lying bitch"

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  Anonymous wrote:

She's almost as deplorable as Berlin and all the skanky people here..

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  Anonymous wrote:

Are you stupid? This site is not HillaryHater. Stop spaming.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Wish she was in prison already.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hello men/guys out their. I would love some of your thoughts and experiences being a guy in Berlin and how your relationships with German men worked out. I would be very interested in your stories because I found my friendships with other men in Berlin to be tainted with jealousy and utterly creepy levels of competition. Would love some feedback on this. xx

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  Anonymous wrote:

Yes, my Berliner "friends" were very unhappy when I would meet with other foreigners and would refuse to come along. Also my closest Berliner "friend" was always trying to convince me to go to the sauna with him, telling me how great it is to enjoy the atmosphere "as God created me". Disgusting human being who was always drunk.

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Competition is only part of it... my Berliner Mates were always critical of everything I did... condescending, superior attitudes. After a few years I just cut out all but one of them and even he still feels the need to give me advice and tje benefit of his world view without the capacity to accept criticism or questioning in return.
I find them impossible

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  Anonymous wrote:

Guys or gays? Whatever, Berlin is full fo gay guys anyway.

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