I'm talking expensive as this used to cost this and now the price is much higher, the pay sucks and the prices are just too high. But you guys in Poland have it 100 times worse, I'm guessing.
So how the heck do you know how many marks equal one euro?? It's not as if the Deutschmark is being traded on the forex market :D
Speaking of Germany being a paradise: I heard ya'lls trains run on time, the train stations are nice and clean, everything is efficient, cities are clean. Is this true or is it just outright lies?
I know that a Deutschmark is less than a euro. And when Germany started using euros, stores just switched the currency from DM to euro. So if something that was originally 1 DM became something that costs you 1 euro, it became more expensive. German trains don't always run on time. German train stations are nice and clean in the big cities but in the small cities, they are not so clean. Some cities are clean in Germany, some cities are extremely filthy(no place to walk without stepping on dog shit, puke etc). Yeah, Germans don't like picking up their dog's shit. So in Germany, it all depends where in the country, you live.