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

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  Anonymous wrote:

germany is not the first world lmao

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  Anonymous wrote:

Happy New Year. I hope it's our last one here. Stay positive, work toward you escape and most important of all: F-U-C-K ALL K-R-A-U-T-S.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Haha I Agree

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany really is about 30 years behind the rest of the world. CVs with headshots is probably one of the most obvious manifestations of that. Germany does "allow" (whatever that means considering there's no oversight, no guidance and no sanctions) anonymous applications, but every single certification or letter of recommendation is going to have your date of birth and city of birth written on it. They really don't think anything through. And, if we're being honest at all, if you send a German CV with all the unnecessary info like martial status, nationality, etc. and just don't attach a picture you're already going to be rejected automatically. fornicate Germany, fornicate Germans and fornicate the Marshall Plan for ever allowing these idiots to rebuild.

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It's not a bug, it's a feature. And germans are too conditioned to accept things without questioning.

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And in berlin you get to put your picture on your rental application too! The Aryan-ness of it shocked me when I got here. Nobody listened to me. They just goggled at me (anybody who has ever contradicted a german knows that look) and said "what do you mean, berlin is a very diverse city, we are not racist"

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  Anonymous wrote:

Anyone else have this problem with berliners/germans - they get to be blunt to the point of rudeness, but if you return the favor they have complete defensive meltdowns and turn into the victim? Then if you go back to being considerate like a normal person, you get accused of being manipulative? I'm convinced that as a foreigner you are expected to just quietly agree with everything a german says...

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  Anonymous wrote:

Interactions with infantile people are an exercise in futility. It's best not to acknowledge those Neanderthals in any way.

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Actually, science now thinks Neanderthals had deep empathy with others, wired in as a survival tool. So Berliners are below Neanderthals.

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I've come to realize that people here have no capacity for empathy, even the women. The only way I have ever been able to convince a German of how I feel is by putting them in the exact same situation. Explaining it like an adult doesn't work. These people are emotional cripples for whatever reason. I used to be interested in why but I don't even care even more. Every day I am here I get more bitter at how this society can be so dysfunctional and yet still somehow manage to not crumble. If Germans weren't all so big on groupthink this place would have dissolved centuries ago.

Anyway, only way to deal with these people is to outgerman them whenever you're around them. Only downside is that you're actually going to get stuck acting like that eventually. Long-term you really need to get away.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Emotional cripples, absolutely.

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  Anonymous wrote:

definitely need to get away. Need to start planning the escape soon

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Is it just me or has the quality of toiletpaper, kitchen paper towels and tissues degenerated over the past months? I cannot tell the cheap ones apart from the more expensive ones.

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Could you ever? I haven't found good quality ANYTHING in this city.

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First thing I noticed when I moved here was that most brands of toilet paper here have the same texture as the paper towels. The only kind I have ever found that are somewhat soft are the 5-ply ones that are sold in small 2-roll packs. No idea why they don't sell softened toilet paper here, though. Probably the same answer I get for everything here: something something environment.

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When I think back to my time in Berlin, I think “how absolutely insane, how did I manage that?” But when you’re living in it and there are so many way more fuckked up people around, you think your life isn’t so bad. You can only really compare it to your life before Berlin, not to the other people around

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Yes its strange i am actually more grateful and feel richer than i ever have.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Glad they banned fireworks this year, you know, like a normal society that doesn't shoot fireworks at each other.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Hey, that's no fun. Loosen up, man, you're starting to sound like a German lol

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They should have a proper ban on it, not just this year. Its basically explosives being handed out to people with no control and too much alcohol. Germans complain about the US and guns, but you actually need a licence to own one.

I dont mind fireworks if done professionally and can even understand when some non-threatening fireworks is sold to the avarage joe, but hell its like a warzone on new years in germany.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Too many mental retards in Berlin from too much alcohol and drugs, so, I agree, don't let them have access to fireworks.

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i know it scares me to death i dont normally go out on NYE

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  Anonymous wrote:

the only reason they banned fireworks this year is because so many people end up every year in the emergency rooms because of them, and well, you know they need that space now for COVID. or how about just realizing they are dangerous because they cause yearly injuries and banning them altogether? stupidd germans.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany's implementing new protectionist measures starting in July.

www.paketda.de/news-zollfreigrenze-22-euro-abgeschafft.html

Up until now you could order things from non-EU countries and wouldn't have to pay any kind of import tax unless the declared value exceeded something like 27 EUR. Starting in July you'll have to pay 19% import tax on everything. In case you were curious, import taxes are also collected for items imported into the US for private use if they are worth $800 or more. If you need anything cheap from Aliexpress then you'd better get it now.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Sorry kind of off topic but I don't feel like making another throwaway account for Reddit that will invariably be banned anyway.

Fellow Americans, what kind of socks do you buy here? Back home I usually wore those white one with the grey heels and tips for anything that didn't require dress socks. Here I can't find any decent socks that aren't super thin and crappy unless I want to spend like 10 EUR per pair. Can you guys recommend any nice, thick socks for daily use?

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Also I don't mean to exclude non-Americans and would love to hear any recommendations you guys have as well. I was just thinking that only Americans would know the kind of socks I'm talking about from the US since they don't seem to exist here at all.

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  Anonymous wrote:

If you're just looking for socks that are not thin you can find cheap one's at real or Kaufland.

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Gold Toe, brand, right? Check Primark (no seriously) poop clothes, but good for tights, socks, etc. Thicker short sport socks or thicker ones as well.

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If only Berlin had more wonderful women like this one:

www.youtube.com/watch

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  Anonymous wrote:

bruh shut the fornicate up

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  Anonymous wrote:

You’re never gonna change people’s views bro. Best you can do is leave em to it and find your own happiness

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  Anonymous wrote:

Oh I see, so you want to shut women up, looks like you are both misogynists for not valuing her opinions.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It is possible to value someones opinion and still think it's stupid. Does she speak for every woman?

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He doesn't actually think you're a misogynist, he's just using the logic many people use to prevent any criticism of women/minorities/LGBTQIs/whatever else. In a vacuum that kind of logic is idiotic, but it's so prevalent now that I don't blame him.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Should Germany be broken up and absorbed by its neighboring countries and the German people spread out throughout the entire world and forced to assimilate to their new environments? I feel like Germany's history is just repeated attempts to construct a Tower of Babel built on a severely degenerate culture.

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  Anonymous wrote:

no. build a wall.

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And make Germany pay for it

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Germany should have been broken up right after ww2. partly going to poland, partly to czech, france, britain and the us

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No, Germany just needs to adapt and let other cultures in. Things get better when you welcome the best of what others have to offer.

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Did Ossis really believe that the wall was to keep nazis out?

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No, that was state propaganda

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But don't Germans believe everything their government tells them?

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  Anonymous wrote:

What if the Jack Wolfskin and North Face jackets are actually just BND uniforms?

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BND is the Stasi's wet-dream

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lol
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  Bomber Harris wrote:

Bomber Harris do it again

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Arthur "If God wanted the Germans to win, why did he make them so flammable?" Harris
Arthur ''If the Germans won then why did they run?'' Harris
Arthur "Nazi tears grease my gears" Harris
Bomber "Salting the Aryans for a thousand years" Harris
Arthur "German Town? Burn it down!" Harris
Arthur "Total war? Bomb Dresden raw." Harris
Arthur "Burner of the Werner" Harris
Arthur "Got a shelter? Here comes the melter" Harris
Arthur "Need Lebensraum? Here's 4000 pounds" Harris

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en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Trump

Trumps dad was german.

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his grandfather, but for my part i don't hate people for their DNA so i don't really care. the german problem is societal. prevent exposure to it and it stops reproducing.

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He Identified more with his Scottish roots

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the german problem is hereditary. like pitbulls

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