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General customs and behavior that may be different to the UK
Obviously this could fill a book, but off the top of my head:
Germans socialise a bit differently from Brits. Whereas Brits will go out on a Friday or Saturday night, get wasted (sorry :) ) and make new friends that way, Germans tend to go out in established friendship groups, and make new friends through shared social activities (eg playing team sports). Going to a random pub and chatting up strangers is not a good way of meeting new people. Germans also socialise far less at work than Brits - going to the pub with your colleagues after work is a fairly rare occurrence.
Generalising very broadly here, I found that Brits place a higher value on tradition and things being valuable because they are old. Because of this, Brits are spectacularly good at making cozy places (eg a country pub). Germans are far less good at this, and instead value things that work - so are good at making efficient places (eg a typical German apartment being large single-paned floor-to-ceiling windows with minimalist decor). I know this is painting both cultures with an overly broad brush (and there are a ton of exceptions on both sides), but if you value that particular British sense of coziness and well-worn age then you won’t find much of it here.
Our gardens are nowhere near as beautifully tended as yours. On the flip side, our houses don’t leak like sieves, either ;-)
With our different electoral system comes a fairly different political culture - yours lives for debates and reaches the best solution through confrontation and competition, whereas ours lives for compromise and seeks harmony. Coalition governments are the norm in Germany.
The concept of a “property ladder” doesn’t exist in Germany. Over half of Germans rent their apartment/house, even for decades on end. German law strongly protects tenants, so for many people buying a home just isn’t worth the hassle - and German tax law makes it very unprofitable to re-sell a house soon after having bought it.
I would say that German society is a bit less multicultural than British society is. Due to the ubiquity of the English language and the legacies of the British empire, there are a more “non British” people living in the UK than there are “non Germans” living in Germany. In particular, you’ll see fewer people with dark skin in Germany. This also means that our Indian restaurants are nowhere near as good as yours :)
The British are famous for being a high-context culture. You couch both praise and criticism in layers of verbal packaging, and rarely say directly what you mean (as that would be considered rude in many contexts). British understatement is legendary. Germany, on the other hand, is a fairly low-context culture - we get straight to the point, famously dislike small talk, and will tell you straight out what we think. I know that to some of my British friends, this directness can come as a bit of a shock, and they take the criticisms personally - but rest assured, they are not intended as such.
This also means that the typical British way of expressing criticism (“it’s a good first attempt”) or praise (“it’s fairly decent”) will go straight over most Germans’ heads. Force yourself to be blunt (“this sucks”) and you’ll have an easier time. :)
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention “[the German stare]1 ”. Germans tend to make eye contact with strangers more frequently, and hold that eye contact for a bit longer, which makes it seem like we’re staring at people. We’re not. :)
We are famously bad at queuing. As I wrote above, feel free to tell a German off directly if they cut in front of you.
We (perhaps understandably) see the Second World War a bit differently than you do. To the British, World War 2 is associated with folk memories of stiff-upper-lipped resistance and tenacity in the face of the Blitz - see all the times a British politician has used the “we survived the Blitz, how bad could XYZ be?” argument. To Germans, World War 2 folk memory is almost entirely about being on the receiving end of total war - families being bombed out of their houses, infants dying while their families fled before the approaching Red Army, starving in cities turned to rubble in the immediate post-war years, and many families growing up without fathers or elder brothers.
And, of course, the memories of World War 2 are strongly associated with all the horrible things which our ancestors did to people they didn’t like - Jews, gypsies, communists, the disabled, homosexuals, trade unionists, and more. Understanding how a group of far-right radicals managed to overthrow a democratic government and use a state to advance their horrible worldview and murder millions (in addition to launching a war that killed millions more) is a very significant part of our education system. While we don’t feel guilty for what happened (it’s not rational to feel guilty for something which happened long before most of us were born), we feel responsible for learning from what happens, and responsible for making sure it never happens again.
Concerning romantic relationships, there is no hard line between “date” and “not a date”. Romantic relationships tend to evolve out of friendships. Therefore, usually, when you meet someone new, you tend to become friends first. Then, if you both feel that the chemistry is good between you, you would spend more time together, becoming closer friends, and, if there is a mutual romantic attraction, romantic partners. Of course, there are also various dating apps, which sometimes lets one go straight to the "let's see if we're romantically compatible" stage. "Dating" as a concept doesn't really exist in Germany - there aren't really a series of steps you go through to go from “acquaintance” to “couple”.
Germans tend (I’m generalising somewhat here) to view relationships as more egalitarian. There is no expectation for the man to take the lead, suggest places and times to meet, make the first move, etc. Rather, both partners are expected to express their feeling and intentions relatively openly, and both partners are expected to move things along as they see fit. Many (but, as above, not all) German women are really not fond of playing the “passive” role in a relationship, of waiting for a man to woo/sweep them off their feet, playing hard to get, etc. Bills at a restaurant are usually split (“going Dutch”).
The Brits I know are positively squeamish about sex and sexual matters (at least in the initial stages of a relationship), deploying a bewildering array of euphemisms and code words. Most of these would fly straight over a German’s head. Germans are far more matter-of-fact about sex; we’re not far away from “I like you and think you’re attractive; would you like to have sex later tonight?” territory.
On a related note, nudity is nowhere near as much of a taboo in Germany as it is in the. You'll occasionally see naked people sunbathing in a park or at the beach, and in the sauna, everyone is naked. In Germany, nudity is not necessarily sexual (and in the aforementioned contexts it emphatically isn't) - although this doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of contexts where being nude would still be inappropriate (say, out on the street, on public transport, in an office etc etc). It's just that Germans don't freak out whenever they happen to glimpse someone's breasts or genitals.
While Germans love their alcohol, we tend to drink more in moderation (there are obviously plenty of exceptions :) ). German children tend to start drinking in their early to mid teens (with their parents at the start), so by the time they've left the house they have a better idea of what their alcohol tolerance is. Generally speaking, drinking alcohol is perfectly acceptable in Germany, but being drunk is not. You are expected to know when to stop drinking.
Nearly every shop is closed on Sundays. This means you may have to plan your shopping in such a way that you don't run out of food before Monday morning :) Sundays in Germany are the day to meet friends, go for a walk indulge in hobbies, visit museums, play sports etc.
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2012.07.22 09:34 Juggernaut13255Into the frays of War: Training
It has been over ten years since I had made aquaintances with the demon, Internatio. He's brought me to an unkwon cabin in the woods for refuge until 1916, when we join the the biggest war so far in history, or at least that is how he says it. So far we have lived in utter peace, save for the passing hitchhikers looking for refuge. We give them a little refuge in our cabin, make conversation with them, nothing big. And then we kill them. We usually start with the males, the main force of passerby in these woods, by saying we are going hunting. We tell them that it would be best to split up so as to find more prey (deer, elk, moose, even multiple squirrels), but we follow them silently. Internatios training in human stealth has proven to be one of my best practices. I stalk my prey from afar, making sure to not to make any noises whatsoever. I then climb up the nearest tree, at the perfect spot to see my prey. This is when the prey gets nervous. They claim to hear faint breathing, but see no one, and dismiss it as a joke. What naive beings. I then take aim with my rifle (Fathers rifle....), inhale, and just at the right moment.... Bam. Either both of my prey have been shot in the head, or one lies dead, with the other wounded. If they are wounded, Internatio tells me (telepathic) that I have failed this session. I will then see him run out towards the wounded, who will try to make a run for it, only to fall in pain. What pathetic mortals. Internatio then pounces upon the wounded and rips him apart, making sure to eviscerate him, and then, just as the wounded lies dying, he stares at him, and at that moment the wounded will start burning up. At first slowly, but then he will catch fire like a match box doused in gasoline. He writhes in pain, screaming for help until he his vocal chords are charred (the pain, it's so amusing..... I love the pain induced prey), at which point the preys heart gives out, and he dies. We take their bodies back to the cabin, and feast upon it, saving what we can for the next few days, and the process restarts. Unless the females come. Our plans for the females are much less painful (displeasing, most displeasing....), but cause more turmoil. We act natural, starting a fire, gathering up food, cooking it, and then we share it with the females (why do I always see her?). They tend to ask more questions than the males do. It's usually mundane, like where are we from, how did we meet, where are we going. We answer very carefully, not giving much care over it. At least until I'm asked about my past. This is when I become more hesitant, and just say I don't wish to talk about it. Some of the females will respect my wishes, but others push. They continually bombard me with questions, and my anger will grow into held onto rage. They stop asking when I look at them. They fear the rage growing in my eyes (why must they always look into my eyes..... It just reminds me of the girl....), and it gets them to stop. Over time, Internatio and I will start speaking. Speaking of blasphemous things, of our belief in Satan, the Incubus and Sucubus.... Foreign Impregnation. That is when they grow frightened. We get closer to them, speaking more softly, and we make physical contact with the skin. They tell us our skin is ice cold, like.... Death. We will then exclaim: "We ARE Death.", and at that moment, we change. I go into my demon phase, and Internatio drops his disguise and shows his nightmarish face. The females will run, and we give chase. They will get far away (the elegance reminds me of her.... Who...), but we will catch up and tackle them. They will try to fight back by scratching at our faces. Very feeble, and angering. We will give one punch to knock them out cold, and we drag them away, back to our cabin. They will awaken, and ask us "Where are you taking us?", or "PLEASE DO NOT VIOLATE US, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!". So misguiding, God. He has corrupted these beings, only using them to give himself strength. We then open our gateway into the Nether region ("Hell" as you all call it), and we give them to the Incubus'. This is what we have been doing for ten years, with each kill being all the more interesting and exciting. But not today. Today has marked a new session of training for me, and Internatio himself. This morning, as I awoke from my slumber, I noticed Internatio had gone missing. "He's probably gone out hunting", I think to myself. But something isn't right. The atmosphere has changed. It is like it has thickened. I walk into the living quarters of the cabin. I find Internatio standing cross armed in the middle, with his malicious grin bigger than I have seen it (He smiles for most of his life. The pain is the reason, and whatever other thoughts is also the reason). "What is going on Internatio?", I ask, "Why do you stand here and await my awakening?". "It is time Damien.", he replies, "Your first training session begins. We have nineteen years before we must enter the First World War, and our training will benefit the Allies we will join. Each war will be as gruesome as the last." I am still confused by his talk of the coming Century of War we will be joining. How do I know if he is lying? "Internatio, I apologize for asking, but how do I know you're telling the truth? How do I know this is not just an elaborate hoax?" Internatio shakes his head softly, and moves to his left. He then stretches his left arm, and opens a small portal-like sphere. I then see the atrocities of man. As the scenes change, I am shown the many wars of this Century, from our first war, down to the War on Terror in the far off future. With each passing war, I see new weaponry, and I see the one man who will actually benefit our cause. I do not know his name, but I know he will. I can feel it. Internatio takes his arm back to its original position, and looks back at me. "That enough?". I nod my head. "Good. We must not waste another moment. Come." Internatio then opens up the portal into the Nether region, and jumps in. I am confused at first, only staring into the swirling vortex of fire in front of me. I hear Internatio yell "JUMP IN!". I am hesitant at first, but I take a deep breath, and jump into the fire. As I am falling through, I see many of the dead being tortured and burned. The smell of burning flesh is amazing. It makes me hunger to join in, and to feast upon the living dead. But my duty is to train, not to play. I start to think. I haven't appeared to age in these ten years. Why? I feel the same from that forgotten day (Mary...), and I look the same. What has happened? In the distance, I hear voice echo "Damien....". But it is not Internatio I hear. Before I can find out who the voice was, or is, I reach my destination. I fall onto the floor on fours, and the vortex closes. All is dark in this room. I try to feel my way to a torch or some form of light, and the flames ignite around the room (a vast circular chamber). I see Internatio stamding in the middle, in the same position he was in in the cabin. The only difference is he is shirtless, exposing his chest, which sports scars in certain spots. "Internatio, why have you brought me into the Nether region?" I ask. "Training begins today, Damien," is his reply. "FIGHT!". Internatio charges at me with vast speed and punches mein the face, which sends me flying a little, barely stopping at the edge of the chamber. I look into the outer rim, and see a lake of fire. This is our training room. The Nether region. "YOU MUST FIGHT ME DAMIEN" Internatio bellowed, "THIS WILL PROVE YOUR STRENGTH. FAIL ME, AND YOU WILL BE CAST INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE." I could not believe my ears. Defeat my partner, the strongest demon in the Nether region (Damien.... no....), or fail and be cast into this Lake of Fire? I had no time to think, as Internatio charged me, and I barely escaped being kicked into the Fire. "IMPRESSIVE AGILITY DAMIEN", and with that, I stand ready for the fight of my life. I charge this time, and Internatio follows suit, and I get a few punches in, feeling impressed by my shots. But Internatio counters with a kick to the face and an uppercut which sends me on my back. The pain is intense, and it burns badly. I had forgotten this feeling. How long has it been since I've felt this? However long, it's been too long. Internatio walks up to me, and grabs me by my shirt collar and lifts me into the air. "WHY HAVE YOU NOT UNDERGONE CHANGE?". The change. This is why I haven't been fighting much. As I realize this, Internatio punches me multiple times in my face, and drops me on the floor as I cough up blood. It's black, and thick (Change Damien.... Fight him....). I get out of my short daze and concentrate on changing into my demon. I can feel my anger growing, as I use my pain to change. I can feel it bubbling, ready to pop. But nothing happens. As I sit on the floor, dumbfounded, Internatio kicks me in my side, splaying me onto the floor like an animal (change Damien....). "WHY HAVE YOU NOT CHANGED YET?" Internatio bellows, "ARE YOU WEAK LIKE THE OTHER BEINGS IN THE MORTAL WORLD?!". "I do not know Internatio", I say, "I feel my anger growing, but I can not change!". Internatio, for the first time in centuries, frowns. It looks terrifiying, reminding me of the forgotten day when I first laid eyes on this demon. I fear for my life now. "I think I may know the problem" Internatio says. "You feel no anger for me, and therefor can not change. You must release your anger onto me, so I may test your strength.". I am shocked by this. Let my anger go.... onto him? My only partner in this world? How will I do this? "LET GO DAMIEN. FEEL YOUR ANGER COURSE THROUGH YOUR VEINS, AND SHOW ME YOUR POWER!", Internatio bellows. "I'm trying Internatio, but I can't!", I say. "YOU CAN'T? OR YOU WON'T? PERHAPS THIS WILL GET YOU ANGRY!". Internatio then changes into my Father, in his Union uniform. "You are worthless excuse for a son!", he yells at me, "I should have beat you harder. Maybe that would have made you better!" I feel my hatred starting to rise up, just seeing my bastard of a Father. I start feeling an overwhelming sensation (use it...), but it only causes me deep pain. "STILL NOT ENOUGH TO BREAK THE BARRIER? HOW ABOUT THIS?!", and with that, my Father then changes into my Mother. She's still in her apron and dress, and she looks.... beaten. "You were only good for one thing Damien, and that was as my sexual slave. But you weren't good enough to lick my buttocks. You could only lick the bottoms of my soles, like the dog you are! AHAHAHAHAH!". That horrible bitch! She did this to me! She only wanted me for that! My rage started to boil over, and the pain increased further. I felt like I was going to be torn apart by my sadistic anger. "I DID NOT THINK I WOULD HAVE TO DO THIS, BUT I MUST DAMIEN. FOR THE SAKE OF SATAN.". And with that, Internatio disappears. "Where has he gone?", I think to myself. What horror will he bring me next?! As if on cue, Internatio returns, in his normal self, no disguise or false identity. But he is holding something. A woman. It's Mary. But, how did he find her? Why would he bring here?! "Internatio.... WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS?!", I yell. "I must provoke you, and she is the only person you care about enough." With that, he raises Mary into the air, and begins to hurt her. He breas her arm slowly, making her scream loudly. The scream pierces my ears, and my anger is going over, and the pain is getting worse. He then cuts her hand off, causing her to bleed profusely, making her cry out. The rage, it's become too much for me! TOO MUCH! I can't take it anymore! Just as I'm about to snap like a twig, Internatio says "I guess there is only one thing to do then.", and.... He throws my love into the Fire. This is my breaking point. All sanity in my mind crumbles into dust (fight him Damien...), my breathing grows faster, and my heart beats faster. "STOOOOP!" I yell at the top of my lungs. "STOP IT NOOOOW!". The rage finally gives way, and the pain lessens, but the left side of my face feels like it is burning. I then know I have changed. I am now in the control of my inner demon. I can fight Internatio at my peak. I stand up, and look him in the eyes with cold blooded hatred running through my body like substitute blood. "FINALLY", Internatio bellows, "NOW WE CAN FIGHT!". We both yell out loud Battle cries, and charge forward towards one another. We both land punches on one another, and kick like mules. I manage to duck one of his punches and trip him. He falls onto his back, and I take the chance to beat him while he is dazed. He then kicks me back, gets back up, and teleports to me in a burst of fire, making a jump that would surely knock me out. But second nature kicks in, and I do my own teleportation. He lands on the floor, unaffected, and looks back as I charge him like a bull. As I yell out, he stands there, stunned, awaiting the final blow. As I get my final punch in, I stop a few inches by his face and announce: "Game set and match". As he stands in his spot, belittled by this turn of events, we ascend into the vortex. "That was an outstanding display, Damien! I have never seen anything like it!", Internatio proclaims. I just shrug, tired and wanting to just sit down, even for a moment. As we ascend towards our cabin, I hear that same voice say "Damien....". I look to Internatio, who looks to one spot, and grows an upset face. We finally make it into our cabin, but in the basement. "How long have we been gone?" I ask. "Well over 3 days." Internatio replies. His usual smile is back. "THREE DAYS?! BUT HOW-" "Time does not matter in the Nether region. We could be gone for weeks, and it would only seem like hours.". This was a very unusual first training. I should have expected this to happen. No one had visited our cabin, so nothing was touched or moved. We ate our dinner as night had fallen, and slumbered. This is how things went on for the next nine years, until our joining of World War One. The training became easier, and I learned new techniques, and perfected them. All seemed to be going according to plan. But everytime I entered the vortex, I would always hear a voice say "Damien....". I did not know who this being was. Nor did I know he would be involved in our plan. Vassago.
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