03/31/2019 (Sun) 16:31:04
Brazilians who hate Brazil.
>Curse this opressive tropical weather! I have to spend every holiday on a hill station. It's so cold and European, when I wake up it's a frigid 10 C and I put on very heavy coats. At noon it's 25 C and I still wear the coats to show off.
In the event he already lives in a hill station:
>I'm ashamed of telling the fancy tourists from the big cities in the lowlands that I come from a small town, I wish I had lived my whole life at the coast. But when the tourist season comes, I'll rent space on one of the expensive inns just outside the city so I can feel like one of the rich tourists.
>Everyone here makes so much noise and leaves trash everywhere. I wish we were like those quiet Japanese fans who left behind clean seats in the 2014 World Cup.
>Why do gringos think Carnival is representative of our people? And why are they ignorant of any places beyond Rio de Janeiro?
>Ah, yes, I voted Bolsonaro. God bless America and Israel, those are true First World countries.
>National music? Eew! I blast Pink Floyd from my car's loudspeakers. Blasting music from loudspeakers is for noisy poor people but my music is great so it's fine.
>We need to import expensive Israeli desalinization technology to solve water shortages deep in remote semiarid hinterlands.
>No I don't like it when people from the remote semiarid hinterlands migrate to the civilized lower half of the country.
>Everyone's a criminal, corruption is everywhere.
>This is a low IQ nation and nobody recognizes my hard labor and intelligence for what they're worth.
>I wish I could pass an exam and become a state employee. This way I'll never have to worry about working hard because nobody can fire me. But I studied on a low grade private uni paid for by my parents (because I couldn't pass an exam for a better public university) and so it's too hard. Though maybe I could keep trying for years.
>I hate this shit country. I guess I'll emigrate to America.
>Not legally, of course, that's too hard! I'll just overstay my tourist visa.
>I've heard there are other states in America, but I'll just stay in New York or Florida where millions of my countrymen already live. And, of course, I'll live together with them.
>Why are those gringos so racist? I'm intelligent, I deserve more than a low-paying job!
>My English is fluent, why do they laugh whenever I speak?
>It's so cold here, the streets lined up with snow and mud are nasty to walk.
>Ó PÁTRIA AMADA, IDOLATRADA!
>American food is bland. I guess I'll open a Brazilian-themed restaurant and leave the national flag everywhere.
>And party on the streets with fellow Brazilians.
>While playing Brazilian music.
>And make a lot of noise and leave a lot of thrash behind.
>I hope I don't get deported.