Love, light and laughter. Poor Greece left to the mercy of Duetschlands twisted twisted pleasure games... wtf is up with Portugal? ha You thought i would say the game
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#5 - soundofwinter
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(01/15/2013) [-]
wtf is up with Portugal?
#29 to #5 - anon
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Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Spain (often called PIIGS) are the EU countries that are experiencing the worst of the financial crisis and dragging the rest of the EU down. I guess thats why you see portufal locked up in a cage.
#1 - PFSquirrel
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#3 to #1 - vaskaduzea
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(01/14/2013) [-]
you are american you can't understand this
#14 - davvi
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(01/15/2013) [-]
not quite sure if it's good or bad that germany seems to be EU's emperor in all of these comics
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#18 to #14 - arandomanon ONLINE
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(01/15/2013) [-]
It's not either good or bad: it's just true.
#4 - ChromedDragon
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(01/14/2013) [-]
it's always just so appropriate
#19 - felixjarl
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#33 to #19 - chrillemeister
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#34 to #33 - felixjarl
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Damn straight!
#11 - matou
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(01/15/2013) [-]
wtf is this ****
wtf is this ****
#13 - pmadeira
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(01/15/2013) [-]
first time i see portugal in one of these comics, and we're just germany litlle bitch...

fells bad man
#22 to #13 - trevanman
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****** sake.
them southern countries ain't worth ********.
spain, portugal, italy, greece. ******* siestas every day, sleeping during the day instead of working.
How didn't they see it coming?
#25 to #22 - arandomanon ONLINE
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What about Ireland and Iceland? You sure know a lot of how this crisis works.   
Do you know why (at least Spain, not sure about the other countries) are we ****** up? Because of a house bubble that burst and banks junk bonds. That's why.
What about Ireland and Iceland? You sure know a lot of how this crisis works.
Do you know why (at least Spain, not sure about the other countries) are we ****** up? Because of a house bubble that burst and banks junk bonds. That's why.
#27 to #25 - trevanman
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I feel bad about the Irish and the Icelandic people.
Iceland caused it themselves, the Irish are too drunk to work.
Germany is trying to fix ****, while ****** getting more and more serious in the south.
#30 to #27 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Germany's always had a strong economy. Plus, german leaders have done the reforms the economy needed when things were going ok. That's why they are the ones who has more money in the EU and that's why they are ruling over it.   
   
For your information, the minimum salary in France is 1425.67€ and they work 7 hours a day. In Spain, the salary is the half (748.30€) and we work 8 hours a day. France isn't as ****** as we are even when we work more hours and get paid MUCH less. So, how can you say we are ****** up just because our "siestas"?   
   
tl;dr: get your **** together before talking.   
Gif related: MFW people think Spanish people are lazy and just go to a party after another.
Germany's always had a strong economy. Plus, german leaders have done the reforms the economy needed when things were going ok. That's why they are the ones who has more money in the EU and that's why they are ruling over it.

For your information, the minimum salary in France is 1425.67€ and they work 7 hours a day. In Spain, the salary is the half (748.30€) and we work 8 hours a day. France isn't as ****** as we are even when we work more hours and get paid MUCH less. So, how can you say we are ****** up just because our "siestas"?

tl;dr: get your **** together before talking.
Gif related: MFW people think Spanish people are lazy and just go to a party after another.
#36 to #30 - pmadeira
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be glad, in portugal it does even reach the 500 euros and people work 8 hours
#38 to #36 - arandomanon ONLINE
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I'm not saying you guys aren't ****** up too but the living cost here is about 25 points. France is 29 with twice our salary and your prices are about 19 points with just 200 euros less than us a month.
#40 to #38 - pmadeira
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we will probably go down after italy and ireland
#41 to #40 - arandomanon ONLINE
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Rumours say we are on that way. That's why when I finish my degree, I'm going to live somewhere else.
#42 to #41 - pmadeira
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same here bro, same here
#43 to #42 - arandomanon ONLINE
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In that case, I wish you good luck buddy.
#45 to #43 - pmadeira
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you too mate
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#10 - pornoranger
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samaritian banker: well i see, you are out of money, but we are willing to rescue your company if you make economic changes within, so you'll be able to pay us back sometime.

evil, evil germany: well i see, you are out of money, but we are willing to rescue your country if you make economic changes within, so you'll be able to pay us back maybe half of what we leant you sometime.
#8 - anon
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If Greece doesn't want the German money anymore, they are free to leave the EU any time they want. Three years later, they will be a third world country, but at least they'll find someone else to blame for their own inaptitude then.

For many many years, the Greek people have elected politicians who have ****** up their country, pushed it deep into debt, wasted money, fostered corruption. And now that Greece has reached the end of the line, it's all Germany's fault, because Germany doesn't just want to throw money into a deep black hole without any chance of every seeing it again? What about blaming the idiots who elected the corrupt politicians. It's not like it was a secret that they were corrupt. Everyone knew. But back then, I didn't see any big protests in Greece. Everyone happily watched the country go down the drain. And now it's all someone else's fault. Convenient!
#26 to #8 - darkroro
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(01/15/2013) [-]
German money
German money
German money
German money
German money

GTFO
#31 to #8 - lifestyle
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Germany shouldn't be seen as the victim. Along with the money they send, they demand big deals to get portions of the money back. This has made Greeces defense budget (etc.) much bigger than necessary, but don't forget Germany getting great export numbers as well.

Also the problem wasn't the people all those years electing the wrong people. It was bad vs. worse in the elections - with exceptions.. But those exceptions we're Ron Pauls, if you know what I mean.
#20 to #8 - FtouGR
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(You are an anon so this is to other people agreeing with you)
It may be the people's fault for electing idiots and i admire you for being able to give a legitimate reason. But it is not the only reason for our bankruptcy. If you have the time look to our history from 1400 to 2012 (worry not the first 400 years are slavery to the Ottomans) and look to the wars we have been into and the things other countries (such as the USA, England and much others) benefited from our loss or victory. Many of the wars we have made were suggested by them. But I am not the one to tell you that. You can look everything up and connect the dots. If you think you have the time for our little country. In the case you don't, you can take my word that it may be our people's fault for electing them, but it is not the whole story. :-)
#6 - unijaw
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(01/15/2013) [-]
True story.
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