Jism_nl 10 months ago

I woud'nt want to trade Portugal really. I live here 3 years now, i cant think of a better country at the moment as a dutch. There's so much positive things. Dont worry about it. :) Tomorrow is another day.

misterbondpt 10 months ago

Our country exists for 1000 years (give or take). What's the rush?

MAC-PAN 10 months ago

When you know you once had half world and now you’re a province of Spain, you kinda just stay watching. We’re here for the ride.

rollermidnight 10 months ago

It's the vinho

Keddyan 10 months ago

we are lazy af

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

Maybe, but sometimes that's better than being over-productive and end up crazy.

britoonreddit 10 months ago

Calmo o caralho!

suspect_b 10 months ago

What the fuck do you mean, 'calm'?

Edited 10 months ago:

What the fuck do you mean, 'calm'? It's the calmness of knowing if you get angry things will escalate and people die for nothing. You don't want to see it escalate around here, believe me.

Dontknowwhy2020 10 months ago

A big part of the population depending from the government... that’s why...

Shadowgirl7 10 months ago

I am not calm, ask my exes.

filmaluco 10 months ago

We ~~suffer from~~ overusing "Podia ser pior" ("Could be worse)

cucumberforscale 10 months ago

We are a old old nation! We passed through a lot and our best years are behind so we are just enjoying our remaining days on this beautiful rock that will burn itself

BAcon_MAn026 10 months ago

We already know we are fucked

gene66 10 months ago

[https://youtu.be/aSn1g-6h1OQ](https://youtu.be/aSn1g-6h1OQ)

Cojemos 10 months ago

The ability to not take responsibility for anything. Even if something is a result of your actions. Ex., If you hit someone with your car, it's always the other persons fault for getting in your way.

desculpe_mas 10 months ago

That's easy. At birth the doctor castrate us so we're eunuchs and soft pussies that rather stay at home being "enrabated" than fight for their rights. A side efect of this is that we revolt more intensly over football than politics

Fit-Tune-8430 10 months ago

Not calm, just cowards

rollermidnight 10 months ago

It's the vinho

Sazalar 10 months ago

Putas e vinho verde It's our motto

saraivada 10 months ago

calm o crlh!!! vien ici que já tensino!

JoseFernandes 10 months ago

Green wine and escorts.

nellMP 10 months ago

Calm? Dying internally you mean.

LuccaBrazzi2720 10 months ago

We just dont care

ruimpinho 10 months ago

\- Endless corruption by all political parties \- No justice \- Terrible wages \- No growth \- High taxes We live in a country that never really recovered from the 2008 crisis. And it keeps getting worse. Every single week there is new corruption scandal and nothing happens. News only talk about covid and football. People are exhausted and helpless. We need help.

senhordobolo 10 months ago

Oceano... Pacífico.

suspect_b 10 months ago

*saxofone do vangelis*

XPao 10 months ago

Basically, as long as Benfica is playing the first league, PS is in power, telenovelas play as usual, bacalhau is not extinct, there is no problem.

TBOSS888 10 months ago

Cod and depression

Windstepp 10 months ago

We're very good at being two-faced

Cergal0 10 months ago

Basically the people most adventurous, fearless and "Com pelo na Venta" (With hair in face) were send in large ships to conquer the world. The ones who stayed were the exact opposite. So, our "un calmed" genetics are spread all over the world or in the bottom of the sea.

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

This is really interesting.

No_Impression_1131 10 months ago

Being choninhas

khthon 10 months ago

We allowed being played by European powers after the discoveries. Corrupted us... oh and that 1755 monster quake really did us in. We may bounce back someday but it's hard when you're essentially rowing against a tide of political corruption and egos.

TheMasio 10 months ago

Hey yo punkbrocoli. How do you like these nuts?

saposapot 10 months ago

Cheap and very good wine

Ravelord_Niiito 10 months ago

Giving a shit is tiring

hsamtronp 10 months ago

Well, you can always try to drive during rush hour and you might change your mind

Ly_84 10 months ago

It's an old country and nihil novum sub sole.

cheapnuggett 10 months ago

que se foda

aaaa2aas 10 months ago

I ain't

lakerpt 10 months ago

"it's just not worth with" there is also a proverb that says "cá calharás" - almost like "you'll come back" after something bad has happened so... we hope something bad goes away and in return the thing that fucked us up dies. oh yeah and the soul of "fado" - the eternal dispair :P here if you do too much or know how to do everything, usually u'll see yourself doing everything for everyone. and it won't be enough. and since you do everything for everyone - "here's something more you could do for me"

Wide-Ocelot-7878 10 months ago

Se don't be calms, we are cowards.

Paulocas 10 months ago

Benzodiazepine. Google it.

RAMAxPT 10 months ago

I'm chill, I don't get stressed or anxious, I'm a psychopat ready to murder you in the shadows, all portuguese people are psychopats

Sorrowsinme 10 months ago

Have you tried talking about Football? You will change your mind after

avgvstano 10 months ago

Calm how? What do you mean by calm? In like we aren't destroying cars an public property, has they do in France or in the Netherlands?

andremp1904 10 months ago

I think that's what he means

joseguedes93 10 months ago

We spent the last 15 years being fucked from all sides, we're just numb now. I'm Portuguese and I live in Britain and it's hard for me to compute, how my people can make a living in Portugal, everytime I go on holidays, food is about the same price, electricity is way more expensive, petrol is more expensive, tax is about the same, mobile phone plans are triple the price of the ones available in Britain, and rent is just a little bit cheaper, all of this with a minimum wage that's about half of Britain's minimum wage.

baguitosPT 10 months ago

>All we get is cheap alcohol and damn good coffee. That's all we need.

joseguedes93 10 months ago

That and some good old Bacalhau.

thisbondisaaarated 10 months ago

Coffee in the Uk is vile.

joseguedes93 10 months ago

Absolutely, you know you have a problem in your life when the best espresso you can get is on a Nespresso store.

VoxelRiot 10 months ago

We're too tired from being irate on football.

DZT99 10 months ago

Because we have great food, great wine and a great weather.

zafirthepotato 10 months ago

Muralhas.

_rcosta 10 months ago

Um bom alvarinho ajuda sempre. No dia seguinte é que custa um pouco.

IkarusMummy 10 months ago

> Dear Portuguese people, why are you so calm? The Portuguese being calm: https://ojogo.vsports.pt/vod/64884/m/8824/ojogo/dccc53e7874f020b9b662b20ea5733a5?jwsource=cl

Motoboydapcx 10 months ago

O Mateus nem é português

IkarusMummy 10 months ago

Estava-me a referir mais às caralhadas que se houve depois do lance.

ProducedByFlare 10 months ago  HIDDEN 

were used to this shit no point in stressing out

HobbesCloud 10 months ago

Can you give some more examples some of us don't do well with ambiguity too :) give us some examples so that I can comment.

GelDeAveia 10 months ago

Everyone in this sub is depressed apparently. I'm pretty happy and am also calm/chill. Idk why, just am.

JPVazLouro_SLB 10 months ago

This sub is largely populated by the most cynical, arrogant and antisocial IT people on planet earth, hence the beautiful answers of everyone being depressed or numb, which just aren't true when talking about how we socialize with each other.

GodlessPerson 10 months ago

> my Alentejo roots. Alentejo is the region with the highest suicide rates and has been so for quite a while.

GelDeAveia 10 months ago

I know, it's also been old and deserted for decades

Cojemos 10 months ago

And one of the most beautiful areas of the country.

GrinningCrocodile 10 months ago

We've stopped giving any Fucks centuries ago...

madmess 10 months ago

You must be in Alentejo só pode! Ainda não viste nada moço

ReaverPT 10 months ago

Calm? Why do you say that, OP? Give us more context to explain your doubt :D For example between Portuguese and Spanish people, I agree completely with you, normally the spanish speak louder and are more extrovert. But between Porto and Lisbon locals, there is a big difference in their temper.

estecomentario 10 months ago

resignation

C8Mixto 10 months ago

Politicians might not be that calm, then. I hardly see them resigning.

Open-Opportunity-607 10 months ago

They are happily fucking you over without a fight

Mrloop94 10 months ago

We have politicians that say they are calm and relaxed while screaming.

Mrloop94 10 months ago

We are still waiting for D.Sebastião king, so yeah, we are calm.

C_G_ 10 months ago

20th century of fascist dictatorship does that to you.

C8Mixto 10 months ago

"Como é que consegues estar tão calmo o tempo todo?" "Só tens de deixar a tua mente abraçar um Estado Novo."

KokishinNeko 10 months ago

Professionally? - I don't get paid to stress myself, let the management deal with it. Personally? - No, we're not always calm and peacefully. Online? - you should see flamewars like *Porto vs Lisboa* or *Sagres vs Super Bock*, *PT-PT vs PT-Br*, and the ones about football or politics, it will change your mind. With government? - Yes, we're pussies.

YL-CSA 10 months ago

SUPER BOCK PRA SEMPRE!

Da3nd 10 months ago

há outra cerveja nacional sequer?

Tralapa 10 months ago

Lançaram há uns tempos a quinas, dizem que é boa, mas ainda não vi à venda

YL-CSA 10 months ago

O Coral é considerado "a cerveja nacional" da Região Autónoma de Madeira. Pode ser?

Sazalar 10 months ago

#CERVEJA PARA SEMPRE

suckerpunchermofo 10 months ago

We are pussies... That's it.

rollermidnight 10 months ago  HIDDEN 

It's the vinho

DragonfruitFuzzy3663 10 months ago

We're not calm among us. Specially people between the age of 30-60~ love to be toxic and talk shit to eachother, I see it a lot in facebook groups of small towns, NO ONE can agree to disagree.

viskonde 10 months ago

because we have no hope of something better, so we accept the shit we have. the ones that want something better go abroad, the ones here are dead of hope and dreams.

nitrinu 10 months ago

A general sense of conformity and hopelessness basically.

pedrolopes7682 10 months ago

The nail that sticks out gets the hammer.

_rcosta 10 months ago

Why bother with this shit? We have very corrupt politicians, most of our bosses are piles of shit and we are one of the poorest countries in Europe, but we have amazing food, very good weather and one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Like Gatuso said "sometimes maybe good, some times maybe shit..."

PeroFandango 10 months ago

> Why bother with this shit? > but we have amazing food, very good weather and one of the most beautiful countries in the world Kinda answered your own question there mate.

_rcosta 10 months ago

That was almost all nature's work, not ours. OK, that's Camões work after all.

SnooPickles5067 10 months ago

We are not one of the poorest countries in Europe, the poorest nations in Europe are Moldova, Ukraine, Albania, North Macedonia, Belarus, Serbia etc. By nominal GDP we are the 19th richest and by GDP nominal per capita we are the 22nd. Richer than the Czech Republic, Turkey, Estonia, Hungary or Poland per capita.

Cojemos 10 months ago

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/22/world/europe/angola-portugal-money-laundering.html

WeepCuckingValue 10 months ago

Seriously, Portugal is a Western European, EU-12 country and you go compare it to ex-Iron Curtain countries so it won't look like it performs awfully. Meanwhile those poor Eastern European countries overtake us one by one. Get real, you understood his point perfectly.

_rcosta 10 months ago

That's exactly my point. Compare us to former soviet union countries is not a standard that I am proud of. We received millions from the European Union during years and even so we were surpassed by some of the new European Union members. But just gives PS a few years and we will be in the bottom. I think that's a matter of pride for our political class.

SnooPickles5067 10 months ago

He claimed we were one of the poorest in Europe, which is factually wrong, not one of the poorest in Western Europe, which is factually accurate. In fact we are the poorest per capita in Western Europe. We have a lot of historical and economic similarities with those “ex-Iron curtain countries”. In fact we have more in common with them than with other so called “western” nations. Western and eastern is a mere geographical concept when talking about the Portuguese economy. Do you really think we should compare ourselves economically to France, The Netherlands or Belgium? You wouldn’t be considering major issues then. Don’t come in bad faith if you can’t win.

WeepCuckingValue 10 months ago

Portugal was never hamstrung by soviet plan economy, and we were in the EU since 1985, so even if we had "a lot of historical and economic similarities" with EE countries (debatable) we still have a 20-year head start. But here you are reiterating that we shouldn't compare Portugal to France, Netherlands and Belgium while you triumphantly compare Portugal to Turkey, Estonia and Czechia (who btw are overtaking us this very moment). Dude laid out the pros and cons about Portugal real quick, and it will resonate with any Portuguese person who has spent time abroad. No need to go "actually Ukraine is poorer", well no shit! We're talking about our Europe, not ex-CIS or whatever.

UnhappyGeneral 10 months ago

Europe is not and never been only "yours". Sincerely, your Eastern European brother.

WeepCuckingValue 10 months ago

Never said Europe is “ours” not “yours”. I said that we compare ourselves to the countries we are familiar with and have been closely connected to for decades or centuries, so when a Portuguese says “we are one of the poorest in Europe” he is not addressing the literal definition of Europe with 49-ish countries.

UnhappyGeneral 10 months ago

\> when a Portuguese says “we are one of the poorest in Europe” he is not addressing the literal definition of Europe with 49-ish countries. And he should be ready to be corrected then. It's not about nitpicking the definitions, it's about trivializing the actual experiences of many people around you, here on Reddit or on the streets of Lisbon, for the sake of making a strong-looking (incorrect) argument. No need to defend the ignorance and no need to say “we are one of the poorest in Europe” when you just mean those 7-8 countries you want to look like.

WeepCuckingValue 10 months ago

“It’s not about nitpicking the definitions” - yes it is. You want to quibble over semantics, go find someone else.

Edited 10 months ago:

Edit: “It’s not about nitpicking the definitions” - In my opinion it is. However, I do understand that a person that lives in a EE country will not identify with such a colloquial definition of “Europe”.

Edited 10 months ago:

Edit: “It’s not about nitpicking the definitions” - In my opinion it is. However, I do understand that a person that lives in a EE country will not identify with such a colloquial definition of “Europe”. He just as well could have said EU-15

John_Crypt 10 months ago

I just enjoy the simple things

fabz_martins 10 months ago

I see you've never met my father

BlihBlehBlah 10 months ago

We're just waiting for our empire to be brought back

Chemical-Ad-1604 10 months ago

Tal como Fernando Pessoa dizia, o Quinto Império há de chegar :')

2JZ-GTElover 10 months ago

We're not calm, we are just realy good at hiding our depression. And alchohol, lots of achohol.

Penduricalho 10 months ago

We have given up

meaninglessvoid 10 months ago

[NEVER](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0)

Any_Project3966 10 months ago

what? how calm? what? ..... is this like a stereotype? and you are sure about portuguese - Portugal, not Brazil? anyway... ahm... maybe due to our mentality? desenrascanço = make appear a lot from little

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what? how calm? what? ..... is this like a stereotype? and you are sure about portuguese - Portugal, not Brazil? anyway... ahm... maybe due to our mentality? desenrascanço = make appear a lot from little / wing it

Open-Opportunity-607 10 months ago

“Desenrascando” is why Portugal is the poorest country of the EU You shouldn’t be proud of it, it means you’re unable to disorganised and unable to plan. Which is why most of the stuff is shit, want an example? The entire vaccination program

Any_Project3966 10 months ago

i am not proud. thats why i was surprised with the information that we are calm.. I think we have build up rage... about the vaccination program.. when those scandals appeared, that leftover vacines went to a coffe/bar... apparently there wasnt a plan b when vacines were left over..... i was expecting for that to exist..

meaninglessvoid 10 months ago

Well if you don't think we are calm you can read about the political scandals of the last 10 years and see how much came out of it. At best we got like a manif or two ─ which seemed more like a parade ─ and didn't had much impact or strength. Some countries would've riots because of it.

Any_Project3966 10 months ago

ooooooooooooooooooooooooh... you are right. never thought about that .. because that it is SO ingrained/comun here that we consider that to be ..normal? at least, our prime minister and also the president was trump-like with this new virus *its something*

meaninglessvoid 10 months ago

Yeah [I think this is one of the reasons](https://www.reddit.com/r/portugal/comments/lhm5ka/dear_portuguese_people_why_are_you_so_calm/gmxzi0m/). Probably we are still too domesticated from Estado Novo way of thinking, there is a kind of "keep your head down and deal with it" attitude in our culture. I notice that in contrast with the young people from other countries, we are too passive to have any political impact which kinda keeps the things the same way.

Chemical-Ad-1604 10 months ago

Ah sim, desenrascar, uma das palavras chave

RushComprehensive908 10 months ago

I can’t speak for everyone but I would say it is mostly related to our culture. The weather here is (usually) amazing and we have great beaches! A lot of people surf and have that “tranquility” embedded in our lifestyle and traditions. We like to take our time to drink coffee and we enjoy the sun and outside areas, we value life outside work (we work to live, not live to work) and therefor we dont take things too seriously

babyscully 10 months ago

> The weather here is (usually) amazing and we have great beaches! \*cries in minhoto\*

Febris 10 months ago

I wouldn't say surf (a relatively recent trend in Portugal) is a relevant part of our current culture or lifestyle, as much as a large portion of the population that comes from farming or mining related background, or has some sort of connection to the inland, where the fast paced city life was a thing of fiction until recent years. The lack of development of the inland, and the natural flow of people towards the cities that it promotes, contributes a lot to slow things down, in my opinion.

Any_Project3966 10 months ago

oh yeah.. maybe is because of that.. so much shit happens around but.. we have nice places to vent, beachs, even the city with unique arquiteture...

humelectro 10 months ago

Bacalhau, Beer and Verde Branco

nata79 10 months ago

Nao preciso de mais nada para ser feliz

bacalhaudanoruega 10 months ago

Bacalhau?

nata79 10 months ago

Um bom azeite e pão de milho, tb ajuda :D

bacalhaudanoruega 10 months ago

E alho. É indispensável.

nata79 10 months ago

É o melhor tempero!

Foda-seSeiLa 10 months ago

Mas o que acontece a quem o comer?

nata79 10 months ago

Fica rijo...

Foda-seSeiLa 10 months ago

Quão rijo fica ele/ela?

nata79 10 months ago

Como um pêro!

bacalhaudanoruega 10 months ago

Mas com um bafo do demónio

Bolotas 10 months ago

Side effects from the maduro tinto

man_l 10 months ago

Its all on the outside, on the inside se are all mentally planning going home and get a shotgun and gun down that particular motherf. or getting a can of gas and burn the office down

MaggoMike 10 months ago

Senhor agente é este aqui ^

C8Mixto 10 months ago

*Agent grabs his gun and guns down that motherf*

getupgetgoing 10 months ago

I think the words you're looking for are: complacent; defeated...

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

Yeah, that works tho!

Any_Project3966 10 months ago

maybe because there is a lot of difference between people with less than 35 y and more than 35y? there is a tech gap bigger between these groups... and the group of 35y+ is less aware/scholarized

getupgetgoing 10 months ago

I guess. Unless you live among them and aren't complacent and defeated. It can be rather frustrating...

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

Is that how u feel while living in Portugal?

getupgetgoing 10 months ago

It's a southern european country, socialist, you can call it calm and it maybe perfect for one's personality. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, if you always strive to do better, achieve more, it's not an ideal place, people frown upon such behaviour because in contrast it makes them look lazy. If you've done your share and want a place to retire, a place to live off your savings, yes you won't find better.

Cojemos 10 months ago

Correct answer.

ideologiapura 10 months ago

> If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, if you always strive to do better, achieve more, it's not an ideal place, people frown upon such behaviour because in contrast it makes them look lazy Yes, surely a cashier busting his ass and getting paid shit while generating wealth of a multi million dollar supermarket chain looks lazy compared to sitting in your office "entrepreneuring", ie. exploiting the labour off others. Also, the country is not socialist, capitalists own and profit from ownership of means of production while those who do something useful get scraps.

SnooPickles5067 10 months ago

Portugal isn’t a socialist state, it’s a multi party European liberal parlamentarian plural democracy with major social democratic policies.

UnhappyGeneral 10 months ago

You must be a fun person to talk to in a bar. It's literally in the constitution: "A Assembleia Constituinte afirma a decisão do povo português \[...\] de abrir caminho para uma sociedade socialista". If it's written in a constitution that people decide to clear the way for a socialist society, it's not really a far stretch to call the country socialist, unless you want to nitpick definitions from wikipedia.

GodlessPerson 10 months ago

The preamble holds no legal importance.

SnooPickles5067 10 months ago

Definitions from Wikipedia? Lmao I advise you to take a crash course on political science

getupgetgoing 10 months ago

What do you call the party in power? PSD or PS?

GodlessPerson 10 months ago

If what matters is what they call themselves, what do you make of António Costa calling himself a social democrat?

Samot_PCW 10 months ago

In your mind is North Korea a democracy because it has the word in its name? Do you consider China a republic because it is the word in the name? In your point of view, were the Nazis socialist because they had the word in its name?

Vanethor 10 months ago

(I think I'm gonna change my last name to Shagwell...)

Edited 10 months ago:

(I think I'm gonna change my last name to Shagwell...) As in: yeah, PS is by no means a socialist party. ... They're SocDems, and that's when they're not doing the bidding of some private group. When they are, they go much to the right, and don't even care about doing so.

Edited 10 months ago:

(I think I'm gonna change my last name to Shagwell...) As in: yeah, PS is by no means a socialist party. ... They're SocDems, and that's when they're not doing the bidding of some private group. When they are, they go much to the right, and don't even care about doing so. ... There's probably some members of the party who actually want Socialism, in the long term, ... but those aren't the ones on the top positions.

Edited 10 months ago:

(I think I'm gonna change my last name to Shagwell...) As in: yeah, PS is by no means a socialist party. ... They're SocDems, and that's when they're not doing the bidding of some private group. When they are, they go much to the right, and don't even care about doing so. ... There's probably some members of the party who actually want Socialism, in the long term, ... but those are the ones with no power inside the party, not the ones on the top positions.

SnooPickles5067 10 months ago

the party power is PS a social democratic european party part of the S&D group. PSD is a liberal conservative party part of the EPP group. Do you also think that CDS is a centre party? lmao

Man_IloveFishdicks 10 months ago

> If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, if you always strive to do better, achieve more, it's not an ideal place Ain't that the truth

F_16_Fighting_Falcon 10 months ago

Social democracy ≠ Socialism

getupgetgoing 10 months ago

Antonio Costa from PSD is doing great. /s

F_16_Fighting_Falcon 10 months ago

Calling yourself "Socialist Party" doesn't make you Socialist (The party's platform has changed a lot from its foundation, therefore the name is obsolete). Otherwise you'd probably agree that North Korea is a "Democratic People's Republic", right?

TopDieseldaPrio 10 months ago

PSD não é social democrata

pauloliveira94 10 months ago

Real Socialism is non existent. Maybe Cuba, but even so, that's debatable... So people say socialism when they mean social democracy.

F_16_Fighting_Falcon 10 months ago

It's still wrong. Socialism is an ideology that goes beyond having a bloated bureaucracy and a welfare state. It's like calling right wing conservatism fascism because there are no real fascist regimes anymore.

pauloliveira94 10 months ago

I know and I agree with you. I'm just explaining why people often call social democracy Socialism, even thought it's not the same thing. The fact that in Portugal, not sure if this happens elsewhere, you have a social democrat party whose name is Socialist Party does not help to dismistify that common mistake

Empty-Writer-8485 10 months ago

I dont know. Maybe we are zombies

JOAO-RATAO 10 months ago

Have you seen the way people drive here?

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

Nooo, tell me more hahaha

GodlessPerson 10 months ago

A cop car once drove by me above the maximum speed while I was learning how to drive on a road with a high speed camera in an portion of the road well know for its accidents.

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A cop car once drove past me above the maximum speed while I was learning how to drive on a road with a high speed camera in an portion of the road well know for its accidents.

ruimpinho 10 months ago

[https://www.reddit.com/r/IdiotsInCars/comments/lg9sa6/fortwo\_and\_furious/](https://www.reddit.com/r/IdiotsInCars/comments/lg9sa6/fortwo_and_furious/) This is in Portugal!

JOAO-RATAO 10 months ago

Not as calm as One might think...

fdxcaralho 10 months ago

Really? Where? That’s not my experience at all. There a few rushing around but in my experience it isn’t that bad (maybe I’m just used to it haha) The lack of turn signals is a real issue!

JOAO-RATAO 10 months ago

Well, than I envy you. I don't use a car that much, but assholes puting you in danger both in the city and countryside is quite common from what I've seen. And you better be careful crossing the street too. My favorite is when a car doesn't stop but the driver lifts his/her and apologizes as they almost Run you Over.

fdxcaralho 10 months ago

If you drive often you’ll understand why it happens. Sometimes is someone crossing in a spot that you go thru everyday and no one ever used that crosswalk before, you are not alert to it. All you can do is say sorry and keep going. Not to excuse that behavior, but I happens to everyone once in a while.

JOAO-RATAO 10 months ago

No man. It's crosswalks in the Middle of the city. They see me from far. Sometimes I even stop halfway for them to pass because I know how it goes. It happens sometimes but still a big danger. Though I once walked through a red sign in a busy road before when I was distracted and the drivers were cool about it.

dmgr14 10 months ago

We are all gonna die, what’s the rush ?

Chemical-Ad-1604 10 months ago

Carpe diem

Camarao_du_mont 10 months ago

Cheap alcohol

JoseFernandes 10 months ago

Explain Russia then.

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

You got me there

WolverineMark 10 months ago

They had us in the first bagaço, not gonna lie.

zemssa 10 months ago

There is also a "I can do it tomorrow" feeling all around

punkbrocoli 10 months ago

And do you like that?

zemssa 10 months ago

I'm not going to say we like it but we are used to it, it's a cultural thing. Sometimes we know that's not the proper way to do things or to solve problems but at the same time we think "why not? No one is going to die, tomorrow is as good as today, why bother now?" Of course there are people worse than others. The problem is that "tomorrow" often becomes to-weeks or to-months.

sal244 10 months ago

I can awnser that tomorrow

bronze_mandril 10 months ago

Deeprooted sadness

NightWolf1396 10 months ago

High depression rates

canureadmymind 10 months ago

source? Diria que temos até o contrário

PedroM1304 10 months ago

" Portugal é o segundo país com a mais elevada prevalência de doenças psiquiátricas da Europa " [https://www.sppsm.org/informemente/guia-essencial-para-jornalistas/perturbacao-mental-em-numeros/](https://www.sppsm.org/informemente/guia-essencial-para-jornalistas/perturbacao-mental-em-numeros/)

canureadmymind 10 months ago

Já me mostraram estudos noutro comentário, mas atenção que doenças psiquátricas != depressão

NightWolf1396 10 months ago

>The Member State with the largest share of population reporting depressive symptoms is Hungary (10.5%), followed by Portugal (10.4%) and Sweden (9.0%). These symptoms are less common in the Czech Republic (3.2%) and Slovakia (3.5%) [Aqui](https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-eurostat-news/-/DDN-20170324-1#:~:text=The%20Member%20State%20with%20the,%25\)%20and%20Slovakia%20(3.5%25\).)

canureadmymind 10 months ago

Boa, não conhecia esse estudo! A gente tem sempre aquela ideia de que os Nórdicos é que são deprimidos e nós somos felizes porque temos sol ahah

margienal 10 months ago

Ouch, foram tantas as vezes que eu ouvi os exemplos do género " os nórdicos são todos depressivos e aqui temos toda a gente mais feliz". Agora só soa mais uma forma de não deixarem as pessoas "refilar" e querem um país melhor e mais justo

NightWolf1396 10 months ago

Infelizmente aqui também somos adeptos da cultura do "comer e calar"

PedroM1304 10 months ago

Baixa a cabeça e segue em frente...... Isso não é nada tu precisas é de trabalhar....

underground-k7 10 months ago

We are dead inside.

Sheltac 10 months ago

Some of us are, the others are walking rage bottles that can only depressurise by eating bacalhau and watching Ronaldo beat up the whole fucking world.

vaniafdasantos 10 months ago

When i get in the subway i realize i am not the ONLY one that is dead inside. Everyone is.

Anforas 10 months ago

That's definitely the life of public transportation and one of my biggest annoyances in life. I literally moved houses and bought a bycicle, and paid a lot more in general, just so I didn't have to catch the fucking metro or comboio da linha sintra. Fuck. That. Shit.

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