>Hitler was Austrian
>the death camps were Polish
Why does everyone give Germany a hard time?
>the jews weren't even human
why do we hate this guy again?
>brought Germany out of post ww1 economical collapse
>rebuilt the country and made it great
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I don't understand the whole roma, gypsie thing. Most of these useless dirty subhumans came with the ottomans to Europe, most of them can hardly speak the language of the counties they keep polluting and if they do they have a disgusting accent. They pay nothing to the government's literally nothing, no water bills no eccentricity no nothing, while occupying land illegally with their sheds made out of garbage that they insist on calling "home". They steel everything they see, pollute without end and contribute nothing to society. They're in every scene...
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It's Sunday. Why aren't you in church, /int/?
How much do movie tickets cost in your country? And snacks?
I live in a rather small town so they're $2 here (on the premiere night, prices drop later). I really lucked out because they're cheap but the picture quality in my cinema is actually god-tier, newly built and all
Big popcorn is $1 the last time I checked
Cola is $0.50 (which is a fucking lot, the cinema prices are higher than usual)
The shower ticket is usually $0.50 but it's free if you passed the penis inspection on the first try
What is the current sunrise/sunset time in your area right?
What about you?
Sun rises a 9:14 and sets at 15:16.
The length of the day is 6 hours and and 2 minutes.
>his country's """"""traditional"""""" food was introduced by another country
>his country's traditional food was basically a mix up of the things that were available at that time
>you're a country
>what do you drive?
>be hanging around with loads of people from loads of cunts
>know quite a bit about each of their countries
>they're all surprised and ask how
Fun thing is /int/ won't teach you too much actual knowledge about a country, but it will teach you things that only a native would know. These facts on foreign countries, when mentioned IRL, will make a huge impression on foreigners.
Fuck, it happened even on /int/, Aussies were in shock I know about stomping curb in King's Cross.
>get asked a bunch of geography questions by local autistic youtuber for a "how ignorant is the local Swede?" video
>ace the whole thing
Funny how he got mad when it didn't go as planed
even funnier that any subject other than history and geography would've revealed how fucking clueless I normally am
Do people in your country blast reggaeton in their cars?
India is anticipated to overtake China as the world's most populous country by 2022. Thoughts?
Fins, what do you guys think about foreigners? I'm currently applying to the University of Oulu and I want to know what it'd be like.
Immigrants are ok if they
>are not coming only for the welfare
>are not muslims
>are not refugees
>are willing to work
Americans are welcome tb h but you're gonna get A LOT of "Oulu is shit" responses