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North Macedonia Bonn0 
Are you joking me that here in Macedonia minimal salary is 250e/month and the petrol price is 1.68 euro per litre. i cant belive this became so expensive and also the grocery food became so expensive we cant live without being poor. yet another reason why i want to leave this country and live in uk or netherlands.
2022-05-31 19:35
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#1
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North Macedonia Bonn0
also the public transport and meat are way more expensive.
2022-05-31 19:39
10 replies
Just become a DJ
2022-05-31 19:40
9 replies
and make 42.000 dollars per month
2022-05-31 19:42
8 replies
*32
2022-05-31 19:59
7 replies
sorry
2022-05-31 19:59
#40
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Romania claudiu848
42 , we have inflation
2022-05-31 20:00
5 replies
thats not the solution, if you increase salary it will make the inflation just bigger
2022-05-31 20:03
4 replies
#82
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Czech Republic poledne
if you increased only for djs it woun´t :D
2022-05-31 20:22
3 replies
if italian model gf hears that info she will want raise too and all her friends as well and the whole economy will collapse
2022-05-31 20:28
2 replies
dont let that happen!
2022-05-31 20:28
#109
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Czech Republic poledne
just cos someoen wants a rise don´t mean they will get it :D this makes 0 sence nad tell me, mate, when someone doesn´t want a rise :D
2022-05-31 20:57
Come to Brazil
2022-05-31 19:39
8 replies
#13
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Brazil wendsilva
+1
2022-05-31 19:44
In Brazil the minimum wage are 237,95e and gas was 1,35e/liter. But our gasoline is 27% ethane and 73% gasoline. Most car here is FlexFuel.
2022-05-31 19:58
6 replies
whats your guys public transport like
2022-06-01 00:35
5 replies
#145
fnx | 
Brazil Moglao
not enough
2022-06-01 00:50
3 replies
damn
2022-06-01 00:51
2 replies
#151
fnx | 
Brazil Moglao
now answering properly, talking as someone from Sao Paulo, both bus and subway costs R$ 4,40. Some subway lines are fine, like almost empty all day, but some are EXTREMELY FULL all day, like, there's two subway lines going to the east part of São Paulo, literally going side by side, and both are always full. I heard that in Canada you wait like less than a minute for a train in the station (don't know if it's true), here sometimes you wait ten minutes for a train, for a bus sometimes even more, and it contributes to the fact of everything being full. Don't know if it's like that in other cities, but in Sao Paulo it is for sure. Search "estação da Luz horário de pico" on google images.
2022-06-01 01:29
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One of the things I most hate in Sao Paulo is the fact that I have to take bus and train for work everyday, 18km that takes over one hour, if I decide go by car, I'd be stuck in traffic for even more time. And I can't live closer to work because it's expensive, rent and all. And there's no security. Burglary, car theft, breaking and entering.. Even tought I love Brazil, I hate living here for these and other reasons, that's why I'm planning leaving in few months, to give my family a better life.
2022-06-01 13:09
If you live on the outskirts and need to take the bus/train or subway, you will get them full from 6 am to 9 am and the lines from downtown to the outskirts are full from 5 pm to 8 pm, peak time. The bus lines in the center are good, you have AC, usb to charge your phone, and the the time between one bus and another is ok, like 10 or 15 minutes, but in the periphery this time usually changes to 40 minutes, 1 hour or more, and there are old buses, without AC, but that is changing. Train lines usually have a wait time of 5 or 15 minutes normally, but common problems occur on these lines (such as cable theft, power problem), and this time can be as long as 30 minutes or more. Another problem is the number of subways/trains that are very small considering the size of the city or state. If you have the "Bilhete Único", you have free integration between buses (from one bus line to another), and pay a small fee (25%) from bus to metro/train in 3 hours. The full cost of the ticket is R$ 4,40 or US$ 0.21. But this is determined by each city, this prices are from São Paulo.
2022-06-01 16:23
#3
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Turkey BlackOwL
First time?
2022-05-31 19:39
3 replies
#37
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Turkey zane_
lmao those noobs
2022-05-31 19:59
#152
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Turkey yunus06
:DSA:D:SA
2022-06-01 01:31
They wouldn't get it
2022-06-01 20:23
Come to NA
2022-05-31 19:39
4 replies
#7
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North Macedonia Bonn0
i dont want to pay 100.000$ if i broke my arm or something
2022-05-31 19:40
3 replies
#14
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United States mattgg2015
thats very over-exaggerated, if you have insurance (which your work provides) you pay barely anything
2022-05-31 19:44
1 reply
Blale TV Shows and mass media for creating a distorted perspective of your Health System.
2022-05-31 20:13
Health insurance is a thing and it’s usually covered by your employer
2022-05-31 19:47
#5
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United Kingdom Marc_o_polo
kek nice try Ukrainian crisis is making the whole world poorer because of le solidarity..
2022-05-31 19:40
15 replies
Consider it as your fee in order to stand against modern fascism. When it's over (soon) gas prices will be like 0.33eur
2022-05-31 19:50
13 replies
#86
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Czech Republic poledne
that is democratys problem fashists are for longer time in ofice and actualy carre what hapens in 10 years in democrasy thouse people that had power 10 years ago are mostly long gonna. Think before you write ...
2022-05-31 20:25
8 replies
Think before you write. Good advise and you'd better follow it yourself, because I could barely understand your reply
2022-05-31 20:47
7 replies
#111
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Czech Republic poledne
in democrasy you vole poeple in power for 4 years, when thouse 4 years are gonne they can jsut leave and never carre what they did or didn´t do so it is bad... in fashists statese you are hold responsible even if it is 5 years after nad not your turn now you get it ?
2022-05-31 20:58
6 replies
Yes, and what do you mean? It's hard to be tyrant? Btw are you drunk, buddy?
2022-05-31 21:25
5 replies
#125
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Czech Republic poledne
i mean that when you want to do bad job it is better to do it at democrasy jsut get voled in by saying you gonna change somethink nad then do 0 and take money .. when you do this at fashists state you are gonna get killed nad probibly your family too ... i am not saiyng it is good or bad jsut how it is
2022-05-31 22:37
4 replies
are you dyslexic?
2022-06-01 12:57
3 replies
#175
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Czech Republic poledne
nah just writing and not checking stuf there is nothink like dyslexia jsut lazy people :D
2022-06-01 20:08
2 replies
I mean it's not even typos at this point, you are just using wrong letters and the whole thing was nigh unintelligible
2022-06-01 20:27
1 reply
#188
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Czech Republic poledne
nah, it is jsut when oyu write fast and don´´ care much coz you write litererly the saem think like 3 times and you jsut want it to be over you wirte liek this ... you jsut type so when you want to hit t you can hit like rfgz coz all are near that letter ... really simple explenation
2022-06-01 20:57
gas prices will never drop below what they were before + 25%. this has happened before you know.
2022-05-31 20:31
what does it solve tho, we are still paying for russian gas and petrol, so we are funding the war on Ukraine
2022-06-01 12:58
2 replies
I mean overpaying for alternative sources
2022-06-01 12:59
1 reply
well, so far everything got so much more expensive while we are still using and paying for the same things
2022-06-01 13:00
#177
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Finland Palomies
Dude we haven't really even gotten to that yet. The crop just got planted there. We're still reaping what was sown during covid lockdowns. But ofc rising energy costs will make it even worse.
2022-06-01 20:13
this is bad even for brazilian standards. sorry bro :(
2022-05-31 19:41
you dont live in macedonia , back on the potato chips boy.
2022-05-31 19:41
#10
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Ukraine I_say_Ok
Go electric
2022-05-31 19:42
30 replies
#16
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Serbia VasaLav
>250e/month >250e/month >250e/month >250e/month >250e/month
2022-05-31 19:48
20 replies
minimal wage, if you expect to be able to afford a car with minimal wage you are delusional, no matter where you live. In germany even people who work full time and make 2K+ per month often don't own a car because it is too expensive. Cars are a luxury product of modern times, deal with it or work your ass of to get a better job.
2022-05-31 20:09
19 replies
Kids here with minimum wage have a car.
2022-05-31 20:14
17 replies
yeah because their parents paid for it. Or they bought old and cheap trash for a couple hundred bucks.
2022-05-31 20:15
16 replies
They just save up while living at their parents' and, like you said, realtives help.
2022-05-31 20:16
12 replies
yeah so they are not able to afford it, that's my point.
2022-05-31 20:17
1 reply
Well, it highly depends on where (city or town) you live. On a cheap town, if you're able to get a cheap condo or room, it's doable.
2022-05-31 20:18
How long you live at their parents?
2022-06-01 00:22
6 replies
Me? Or in general?
2022-06-01 00:31
5 replies
In general I meant.
2022-06-01 00:33
4 replies
It's becoming norm here for people to live at their parents' due to the fact that renting or buying an apartment has become insanely expensive. A one bedroom apartment in most cities here goes for upwards of 500€/month. Which, by itself, literally eats up at least 40% of a decent salary.
2022-06-01 00:40
3 replies
Yeah its not that stupid. In general I think people move too soon away from their parents just because, but of course if one goes studying and such, then its different. Not that one shouldn't ever move to own, but it shouldn't be such a hurry as soon as one turns adult.
2022-06-01 00:46
2 replies
I think the culture if changing worldwide though. Newer generations are becoming much more dependent on their peers, but that has more to do with the world changing and the dire circumstances rather than people themselves.
2022-06-01 00:50
1 reply
Hard to say, you could be right of course. Tried to write somthing here, but its too hard. And I don't really want to think about it either.
2022-06-01 00:55
might be besides the point but none of my friends who have a car (18-21) paid for it themselves; there is always some help from family. The rare ones that did pay for it themselves owned 300e shitboxes that were sold to scrap before long.
2022-06-01 20:30
2 replies
I can't get a car for 300€ here. Cars are much cheaper in the UK. Insurance on the one hand is a lot more costly there.
2022-06-01 21:49
1 reply
I'm sure you can. Imagine the worst piece of shit peogeot/renault/citroen/fiat that can still somehow move. Facebook marketplace often times has them.
2022-06-01 21:54
>if you expect to be able to afford a car with minimal wage you are delusional, no matter where you live >they bought old and cheap trash for a couple hundred bucks. So you can get a car for a couple hundred bucks. What was the point of your first reply? Obviously you know that cars aren't a luxury for people with higher than average incomes. If I may ask, how much was your net worth when you were 18? Did you manage to work and save 15k for a non-"old and cheap trash" car? Any adult is able to afford a car for essential use here. You can afford it without having a job. Welfare is enough. Teens with cars that cost over 5k are pretty rare, usually financed. If not, they spent half a year of savings on a car, no big deal, they're still not rich. I'd love to hear what you would consider a proper car. 2015+ family vans? Ones with modern electric features and massaging seats?
2022-05-31 20:33
2 replies
>they bought old and cheap trash for a couple hundred bucks. beats relying on public transportation, which is trash here. Takes you from point A to point B. But that guy is completely delusional and lives in a bubble. For him, anything below 10k is a deadbet car, therefore, not one. >if you expect to be able to afford a car with minimal wage you are delusional, no matter where you live Not delusion when it's a fact. Most kids here can semi-decent cars working at a supermarket. A lot of migrants (mostly from Switzerland and France) doing menial jobs, come here on vacation, driving good, expensive cars. Another fact. And, no, they're not rentals.
2022-06-01 00:41
1 reply
Exactly
2022-06-09 19:28
Either you're young and naive, or from a wealthy family with no knowledge of the outside world. You can buy older, working cars which may or may not be stampable right away. Most issues can be fixed by learning basic car maintenance. Cars are essential in many european countries. Insurance + taxes in 1st world "high" median income country ~400€ a year If you have a friend that has no use for some older project and is out of money, you can sometimes get a mechanically working car for a case of beer. Cheapest working car with half a year before next checkup is 350€ on the first site I checked.
2022-05-31 20:24
#39
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Turkey zane_
electric cars are for weak people
2022-05-31 20:00
7 replies
why?
2022-05-31 20:04
2 replies
slow, quick but slow. terrible weight raito. terrible performance in street race/track bcs its too heavy and all of the weight is in 1 place. also you can hear all the tire noise but there is no music from the engine. i rather drive a 0.9 litre diesel clio than best electric car in the world (taycan turbo s)
2022-05-31 23:33
1 reply
what does any of that have to do with strong or weak people?
2022-06-03 13:13
#50
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Europe Ex0dus_
So you own a dozen then?
2022-05-31 20:05
1 reply
nope baby i am not idiot enough buy electric car.
2022-05-31 23:31
statement by a guy who cannot afford one and probably never even sat in one. You should try, the silence inside makes it worth it, even if you don't care about economic and ecologic aspects.
2022-05-31 20:11
1 reply
i dont care about the health of the world, i drived taycan 4s. also its not that silent, yes you cant hear that beatifull engine symphony but you can hear the tire noise
2022-05-31 23:30
#GoBIG
2022-06-01 07:54
#12
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United States Regit99
I will press F for you, dude
2022-05-31 19:43
it will get worse mens(((
2022-05-31 19:49
#20
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Brazil Maujubudo
damn I feel you bro
2022-05-31 19:52
Oil maybe cheaper now.
2022-05-31 19:53
2 replies
#27
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North Macedonia Bonn0
cooking oil became 2.43 euro from 1 euro
2022-05-31 19:55
1 reply
wrong...
2022-05-31 19:55
haha I mean not sure about uk or Netherlands. Very expensive to live. High income tax. If you have the skills find a high paying and live in a cheaper out of western Europe countries. Spain is relatively cheap right? Can you guys list any countries that pay well and arent expensive to live
2022-05-31 19:56
In Brazil Minimum Salary is 1.1k R$, a litter is almost 9 R$ LOL It's fucking ridiculous
2022-05-31 19:56
in some places in brazil the price of gasoline has already reached 12 reais (2.36 euros) lol
2022-05-31 19:58
The great reset is going well it seems))))
2022-05-31 20:00
everywhere in europe are high prices now
2022-05-31 20:02
Switch to bike, its healthy for you
2022-05-31 20:02
#52
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Portugal FAMthebest
The gas price is expensive everywhere, here in Germany I'm paying around 2.1€/L for the cheapest petrol. All the groceries are 20/30% more expensive than before the War. Life Costs right now are insane and it won't get better for some time
2022-05-31 20:07
4 replies
#60
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Bulgaria VolatileX
2.1 EUR for a 3000 EUR average salary, not like OPs 500 EUR average one :)
2022-05-31 20:11
#61
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North Macedonia Bonn0
yes but in germany minimal salary is 1600 - 2000 euros you can easily find other job that gives you 3k or more
2022-05-31 20:11
1 reply
#92
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Portugal FAMthebest
the question is, do i want another job? life costs here are also way higher. What i pay for a little apartment you could probably rent a house in North Macedonia
2022-05-31 20:29
how gas is so cheap in germany? in finland last time I checked pump prices and 95 goes for 2.4€/l
2022-05-31 21:31
netherlands prices meanwhile 2+ euro per litre
2022-05-31 20:10
#58
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxyownz
uk and netherlands have the same problems brothr, we are all fucked from relentless money printing
2022-05-31 20:11
#64
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Italy alastt27
go to brazil
2022-05-31 20:13
newsflash: war is expensive, no matter who you are We will have to relearn how to save up and not waste our money on useless luxury, the golden times are over. Either you learn to adapt or you get rekt, that's life.
2022-05-31 20:13
7 replies
I live away from the city and spend around 150€ on gas just to go to the fucking gym.
2022-05-31 20:15
4 replies
buy a cheap bike and you don't need to hit the gym anymore, ez solution.
2022-05-31 20:16
3 replies
I go to the gym because I like to lift weights. Biking is boring to me.
2022-05-31 20:17
2 replies
then just buy a few barbells and lift at home? Dunno i hate gyms, most ppl just go there to look better instead of actually wanting to be healthy. I lift at home to get stronger and don't waste my money for a gym sub.
2022-05-31 20:18
1 reply
You said it yourself, you hate gyms so you're going to be heavily biased. Just for the record, I wasn't actually complaining though. I'll gladly keep paying 150€ just to go to the gym.
2022-05-31 20:26
lol what a stupid comment, easy for you and me to say that live in first world countries but like 70-80% of the world population live day to day
2022-06-01 00:41
1 reply
yeah about stupid comments, maybe you should think your's over again bro... And maybe think about who i was talking about when i wrote "we". Certainly not these 70-80% who will never even be able see this thread, because you know...
2022-06-01 00:57
#68
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Denmark 12inchNRG
It's expensive everywhere now.
2022-05-31 20:14
2 replies
Yeah, but why if barrel costs around 100$ like it´s been years before war?
2022-05-31 20:23
1 reply
#131
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Denmark 12inchNRG
Don't have an answer, but moving to another country isn't going to make your cost of living lower. Unless you want to live in Russian or Venezuela where gas is cheap
2022-06-01 00:18
It will increase further. Hang in there.
2022-05-31 20:16
#84
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Turkey sendeNC
in turkey minimal salary is 4253 turkish liras and petrol price is 25 turkish lira / liter tomorrow it will increase by 1.1 turkish liras pretty much same ratio minimalsalary/gasprice we are desperate
2022-05-31 20:24
#93
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India G4bbaR
Here Petrol is 96 INR and Diesel is 94 INR per litre
2022-05-31 20:30
People think this is all because of Russian, when actually the most to blame is USA and UE because they simply are greedy fuckers...look ar prices in Russia of diesel and gas:)) the only competent leader right now is Viktor Orban
2022-05-31 20:58
7 replies
As far as I know, Russia offered USA and Ukraine to start using Ukraine ports for exports again to reduce some global inflation, but USA declined the offer. Is it true?
2022-05-31 21:11
6 replies
Seems like it.Because Russian wants to seel her petrol and natural gas.Because let s be honests here, If Russian really wanted to fuck Ukraine and the world they wouldve burn the crops, they wouldve stopped selling petron and gas to Ukraine, cut of power lines ,internet, water...and so on, they did not such things.They wanted just not to let Ukraine for Americans to have full control, wich they almost do...but people think only in black and white...USA good ,Russia bad...in fact they are both kinda bad and Ukraina is fucked either way this ends
2022-05-31 21:15
5 replies
yeah right, I mean Russia considers sharing border with a nato country a security threat. And now finland joining too. God knows what the future holds.
2022-05-31 21:19
4 replies
#174
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Russia TRWLL
we don’t consider NATO exclusively a threat, it’s just that the constitution of Ukraine says: to return Crimea, including by military means, if Ukraine joins NATO and starts a war in Crimea, this is World War 3 with billions of dead and nuclear bombs, I think no one wants this. / and with Finland and Sweden we have no territorial disputes and their membership will not cause any special problems
2022-06-01 19:12
3 replies
ahh okay, but do you have any idea why Biden rejected Putin's offer to use Ukraine's ports to start exports again? It would have helped control global inflation.
2022-06-01 20:29
2 replies
#192
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Russia TRWLL
as far as I know, Ukrainian ports are mined by their own country and Russia is ready to transport everything necessary to Europe and other countries, but cannot because of mines, plus sanctions in which the European Union itself is already confused, this is a very difficult issue
2022-06-01 23:22
1 reply
ahh okay
2022-06-01 23:50
buy tesla stock and get electric
2022-05-31 21:10
3 replies
he said 250 euro per month salary, and just 1 tesla stock is 758 dollars :D
2022-05-31 23:38
2 replies
i think there are places where u can get portions of stocks these days
2022-06-01 04:12
1 reply
You are probably right. There is also the option of buying part of a fund that has tesla in their portfolio.
2022-06-01 12:57
#121
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Albania ibre
its hard brate, its very hard
2022-05-31 21:21
Donate more for ukrs to stabilize economy
2022-05-31 21:36
1 reply
Rather make politicians stop printing money
2022-06-01 12:54
uk also fucked by le solidarity i dont get why gov wont let petrol stations choose russian oil or non russian oil we would see how many people support the sanctions with their own wallet
2022-06-01 00:38
Not just your country even in Sweden where we have good salaries everything is getting insanely expensive, even groceries went up like 20-30% in the last year
2022-06-01 00:41
1 reply
Can confirm I was in Sweden 2 weeks ago even fakin snus is now more expensive.
2022-06-01 00:43
I drive to work work my ass off drive back pay for petrol and now im back to 0
2022-06-01 00:51
3 replies
#158
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North Macedonia Bonn0
1500 euro minimal salary not enough there?
2022-06-01 12:47
1 reply
ofcourse not
2022-06-01 14:04
Carpooling could help!
2022-06-03 13:16
i go bike
2022-06-01 07:59
capitalism bestest. isnt that the mantra here?
2022-06-01 12:49
Lmao and I thought Portugal was bad, Macedonia is 10x worse
2022-06-01 12:49
You can thank Greta Thunberg for this
2022-06-01 12:54
#167
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Algeria NS!
But but but, Russia is bad........ Also, unless you wanna pay for huge taxes i would suggest to move somewhere else...
2022-06-01 13:04
Do you mean north macedonia? Because in macedonia min salary is 713e and petrol is 2.20e
2022-06-01 13:15
Donate more to ukraine guys, so we get even better economy here in Russia.
2022-06-01 13:16
4 replies
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Economy and russia are not synonyms
2022-06-01 20:20
2 replies
you can only bark, we gonna see in 1 year whats gonna happend with ur economy dude)
2022-06-02 00:41
1 reply
Consumed Putin's diarrhea
2022-06-03 13:15
Do they pay you well at the Troll factory?
2022-06-01 20:30
#176
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India slavloli
why do people call it gas when it's clearly a liquid fuel is more apt petrol/diesel if you want classification CNG/LNG/LPG if it's indeed gas
2022-06-01 20:10
Dont come to us, we already have too many economic refugees.
2022-06-01 20:23
UK is a shithole
2022-06-01 20:24
1 reply
Not completely, but not the country in Europe I would pick to move to for sure. It wasn't great before brexit and the stupidity of that hasn't helped. It is sad really because there is also lots of good things about the UK and the people there.
2022-06-01 20:29
Inflation is transitory guys.
2022-06-01 20:25
FeelsBadMan
2022-06-01 21:54
1200R$ min wage R$8 for liter here
2022-06-01 23:23
insane
2022-06-01 23:23
#196
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Finland RamboAAA
You work to afford going to work
2022-06-01 23:51
#201
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Russia Vedoth
Idk we pay 55RUB(less than 1$) for "95" petrol Or 52RUB (less than 1$ too) for "92" petrol
2022-06-03 13:17
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