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

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So Today I thoughtvto treat myself to a nice walk in Grünewald! Great, so I thought! In the middle of the forest I crossed ways with a older Gentleman in very Short pants! Didnt thought a lot of it and stopped right afterwards to sit on a tree stump and have a Little rest and drink something! As my Look wandered around the forest I discovered the Same guy standing behind a tree, masturbating and looking towards me! Sad to say I didnt shock me

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Of course he is. All the brothels with 20eur sex and all the coed FKK poop is closed. Pervs like him just can't keep it in their pants. Somehow seems like most Germs are like that.

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  Anonymous wrote:

So you miss be hot ha?

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Flying back to Berlin soon to collect the rest of my belongings. I haven’t paid rent for May or June. There is this corona law where you can’t be evicted before June 30 if you don’t pay. Just wondering how long after June 30 it takes to evict. I have to fly to Berlin, pack the things, leave the big suitcase at a friends house, then I take off to an island until the end of August, where I come back to pick stuff up. Do you think I will still have access to my flat end of August or will it be gone by then

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And then I will need the Anmeldung to pick up the Stuff on the way back, to get into Germany so... just curious about these logistics! Can’t wait to get the rest of my poop !!!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Dont forget to make use of your bank accounts overdraft! I have a 2000 € overdraft limit! The day I leave I get that money and you Never See me again Berlin!

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  Anonymous wrote:

Thanks! I got another dole payment so my trip is paid for... good to know about the overdraft too haha

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  Anonymous wrote:

A manager at my company once went insane because a guy handed in a sick note from the doctor 1 day late. And then a month later she called in sick for 6 weeks for "burnout"!

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  Anonymous wrote:

standard. All Germans get burnout, thats what this society does to you. But as long as you follow ze rules, geht alles..

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  Anonymous wrote:

normally they go on like a 3 month Kur and think that is acceptable.

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In Germany "krank sein" is an excuse for everything. It's an excuse to take a WHOLE week off work because you have a bit of a cold and can't be arsed and also Germans always have to be perfect so any kind of illness would ruin that facade. It's an excuse for when you can't be bothered to go training because people aren't allowed to have a real life. It's just an excuse for absolutely everything and it is seen as acceptable and not a complete and blatant LIE. But I think it is the way Germans compensate for how fleißig and committed they always have to be.

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They have so many holidays vacations and parties here. They’re really lazy, not efficient

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OMG "Kur" is just a way some genius figured out how to milk health insurance companies to pay for personal vacations. Wow your shoulder hurts from clicking a mouse too much? 4 week Kur in the middle of nowhere Bavaria for you - all meal included. Who the hell is such a baby that they need free summer camp as an adult?

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The real sickness they have is unfortunately the mentality sickness

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In the rest of the world normal people do work 10 - 11 months in a year.

In Germany you work on average 7 - 8 months in the consideration of 1,5 months of paid holidays, 1month of - unofficial - Christmas Holiday, 2 weeks of bank holidays and at least 1 month of krank sein.

Then people do wonder, why there are so many failed start up or why this country is not progressing as the rest of the world in terms of infrastructure, technology etc

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  Anonymous wrote:

lol free summer camp. Organised fun, woo

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  Anonymous wrote:

This city has lowered my expectations for everything, it’s sad. If I find a place that isn’t covered in shit, piss, or garbage = I’m “impressed”, a slight smile = “wow great service!”.

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  Anonymous wrote:

I feel the same. Every time I am not yelled at by some German dog I feel happy.

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funny how that is....surprised when someone is actually polite!

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When I visit my parents in the US (bot in some big city full of assholes) I feel like I am in heaven.

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  Anonymous wrote:

This city is a giant refugee camp for both actual refugees and white people who act like ones.

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At OP you are no different from the germans- you suffer from the disease called hate!

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Never said I was against refugees. I basically said everyone here is destitute

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Your probably a priviliged white boy with no manners ! Berliners choose to live like that meanwhile refugges have to struggle to get by in a place like berlin or even to be considered human

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*****refugees

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  Anonymous wrote:

LMAO @ beds in the country. King sized beds with two separate mattresses LOL and two separate duvets. Where's the German solidarity and collectivism? Oh it only exists when mandated by the government.

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Solidarity and politeness only exist when mandated by the government. If it’s not ze rule, ve don’t do it

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  Anonymous wrote:

East side mall

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never been but looks tack-ay

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Everything is tacky here

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Humana. White dreads. Camping gear as fashion. No shoes on the road. Baggy clothing, pooping haircuts, stinky,
And pompous about it

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  Anonymous wrote:

You’re in a city, not at a festival where you can’t dress properly and bathe for days

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Can someone please explain what Humana is? Is it a mall? I hear it quite often. Fashion for berliners or what...

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Humana is a chain of Second hand clothing stores in Berlin

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Whit guys wearing dreads and save refugee t-shirts. But are xenophobic and hardly have any foreign friends
what a F joke !!!!

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I imagine all the guys on r/Berlin sit around at home wearing Refugees Welcome t-shirts while they rail against all questions written by Brits and Americans asking something that was asked there 5 years ago. And then claiming you can live like a king here for 800EUR a month.

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  Anonymous wrote:

Germany is no good for criminals.
Well, unless you count the German government who is making a fortune off everyone living there

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Germany is great for criminals because they never go to jail here.... well, not the violent ones anyway. If you forget to pay your TV tax you can be sent to prison but if you molest children you won't. As has been said often here: Berlin is a circus.

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Even if - going to prison for life in Germany is about 15 yrs

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You also don't go to gaol for selling drugs on street corners

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Look up people like Birgit Hogefeld... If that wench got parole after 15 years it really makes you wonder if this is just fantasy playland country.

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Germany is the best country for washing money man. I read in an Italian newspapers that the mafia from Italian washes almost all of the crime money in germany because they have ridiculous laws. The government doesn't seem to be interested

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How can you wash money in Germany when everything is so highly taxed I don’t thinks so

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And don't forget that the German media isn't even allowed to write the full names of convicted criminals and thanks to Germany's "right to be forgotten" even pages like wikipedia can't maintain pages about released murderers.

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  Anonymous wrote:

When I think about all the bad/extremely dark /insane things that happened in Berlin, it’s definitely not normal. That place is cursed

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last time I checked being an artist didn't necessarily equal living in a WG at 35+ and being on Hartz-V

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wow so shocking people in other places actually can make money from creative work and don't work for exposure wow so capitalist

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retarted people trying to get famous in this hellhole

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The last time I called myself an artist was when I was 16 and I used to do breakdancing

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  Anonymous wrote:

It’s weird how most of these Americans expats are lacking things in their lives so they complain yet refuse to leave Germany and even rep Germany so hard. Idiot, if your life is hard, why would you praise the place giving you a hard life, why can’t you let go? Because “it’s Berlin”

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The funniest are the ones who never bothered to learn German for a decade and then are starving and won’t leave Berlin.... uh, are you retarted ?

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I love especially the ones who loveeee Berlin yet hate germans and the germans system yet must stay in Berlin because wow so cool....this place is not stable neither are it’s inhabitants

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Forget using any kind of logic here

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  Anonymous wrote:

most white americans that come to berlin have nazi relatives

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I think the real question is how anyone can NOT hate Germans. And how can anyone pretend that "Berlin is completely fifferent tham the rest of Germany"? Sure, maybe thr people here are a special flavor of retarded and rude but this place is the epitome of Germanness.

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  Anonymous wrote:

It's not that difficult to hate Germans. They hate each other anyway

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  Anonymous wrote:

They want all the tourists to leave and hate them because it’s a reminder that they don’t have any freedom or money and are stuck. So they’d rather tell people to go away so they don’t have to think about these things. Even if they could leave, they wouldn’t. Because they have been so strictly programmed and could not function anywhere else

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Strangely enough, the international population is the only thing giving the city culture these days. 90s Berlin is over

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90's berlin was never in! Only berliners think that

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  Anonymous wrote:

If you get a notice saying you have until June 30 to not pay rent because of Corona, and you don't pay rent, at what point do they issue an eviction? On the 30th? I've never been evicted before but I'm skipping town

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  Anonymous wrote:

jus wondering how much time I have, maybe another month there for free or something.

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  Anonymous wrote:

HAHA I love when people in Berlin declare they are these brilliant entrepreneurs....ok idiot, if you were worth your salt or successful YOU WOULD NOT BE THERE or you would LEAVE....plus you have NOTHING to show for yourself... so go off.

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oh youre such a brilliant businessperson? making the decision to live in Berlin? I can see, how intelligent you are, what a groundbreaking business decision, yes, you have made it, hahaa

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