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Moving to The Netherlands, Tell Me What to Expect!

 
aNONaMITTy

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Moving to The Netherlands, Tell Me What to Expect!
I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
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Burn in hell heathen ! Sizzle !
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They have free healthcare. I was there as a tourist about 20 years ago and my friend needed to go to the emergency room. We were worried about how we would pay but it didn't even cost a dollar. The doctors were surprised that we were surprised at FREE healthcare.

The people there are pretty nice, slightly mercenary, and don't have a lot of respect for what they perceive as the violence of Americans. They can't understand our gun rights, the high crime rate, and all the wars we are "involved" in.

They are very efficient and clean. Many of them wash and scrub (with a scrub brush) the sidewalk in front of their house DAILY. The Dutch language sounds like English with a very heavy German accent, it's kind of cool to listen to it. The food is not very creative, lots of potatoes and cheese, kind of like Switzerland.

I enjoyed my time there.
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I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
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remember not to order a BLT....

it comes open face on non-toasted white bread with sliced hard boiled eggs...

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 Quoting: 2012Portal





Thanks. I've seen that one before. Looks like fun.
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I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
 Quoting: aNONaMITTy


remember not to order a BLT....

it comes open face on non-toasted white bread with sliced hard boiled eggs...

5a
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LOL! Sounds awful. Thanks for the tip.
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Burn in hell heathen ! Sizzle !
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You sound like my ex! LOL!
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another earthquake in The Netherlands just now, a 4.1 this time

dont come here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
U heeft vast wel eens het gevoel dat er iets niet klopt aan een bepaald bericht zoals bijvoorbeeld de vele aardbevingen die op het moment plaats vinden, vulkaanuitbarstingen, uw gezondheid en welzijn, over de kracht van de zon, het weer, etc. Wij zijn op zoek naar de waarheid achter deze berichten en om het voor u allemaal zo duidelijk mogelijk te maken, proberen wij u zo alles duidelijk te maken en het voor u op Verborgen Nieuws te plaatsen. De wereld ondergaat een grote verandering, daarom laten wij u zien wat er daadwerkelijk plaats vind op onze wereld!

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They have free healthcare. I was there as a tourist about 20 years ago and my friend needed to go to the emergency room. We were worried about how we would pay but it didn't even cost a dollar. The doctors were surprised that we were surprised at FREE healthcare.

The people there are pretty nice, slightly mercenary, and don't have a lot of respect for what they perceive as the violence of Americans. They can't understand our gun rights, the high crime rate, and all the wars we are "involved" in.

They are very efficient and clean. Many of them wash and scrub (with a scrub brush) the sidewalk in front of their house DAILY. The Dutch language sounds like English with a very heavy German accent, it's kind of cool to listen to it. The food is not very creative, lots of potatoes and cheese, kind of like Switzerland.

I enjoyed my time there.
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I have to agree with their evaluation of Americans. It's one reason I want to leave. Thanks for your input.
aNONaMITTy (OP)

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another earthquake in The Netherlands just now, a 4.1 this time

dont come here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Riiiiight!
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08/16/2012 05:05 PM
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Hi there,

Yes it will be a bit of a culture shock for you. People are very different here, I think..
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"suck 'n' fuck"
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It was not free! Somebody payed it!
They have free healthcare. I was there as a tourist about 20 years ago and my friend needed to go to the emergency room. We were worried about how we would pay but it didn't even cost a dollar. The doctors were surprised that we were surprised at FREE healthcare.

The people there are pretty nice, slightly mercenary, and don't have a lot of respect for what they perceive as the violence of Americans. They can't understand our gun rights, the high crime rate, and all the wars we are "involved" in.

They are very efficient and clean. Many of them wash and scrub (with a scrub brush) the sidewalk in front of their house DAILY. The Dutch language sounds like English with a very heavy German accent, it's kind of cool to listen to it. The food is not very creative, lots of potatoes and cheese, kind of like Switzerland.

I enjoyed my time there.
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aNONaMITTy (OP)

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Hi there,

Yes it will be a bit of a culture shock for you. People are very different here, I think..
 Quoting: Momo 13113022





Do you know any Americans that live there? I read about someone who had culture shock when they came BACK to the USA, LOL!
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I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
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Why do you move to The Netherlands?
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I thought that other poster was kidding. Sure enough, there was one. I thought NL never had them.
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I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
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Why do you move to The Netherlands?
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I would like to try a different culture from America.
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They have free healthcare. I was there as a tourist about 20 years ago and my friend needed to go to the emergency room. We were worried about how we would pay but it didn't even cost a dollar. The doctors were surprised that we were surprised at FREE healthcare.

The people there are pretty nice, slightly mercenary, and don't have a lot of respect for what they perceive as the violence of Americans. They can't understand our gun rights, the high crime rate, and all the wars we are "involved" in.

They are very efficient and clean. Many of them wash and scrub (with a scrub brush) the sidewalk in front of their house DAILY. The Dutch language sounds like English with a very heavy German accent, it's kind of cool to listen to it. The food is not very creative, lots of potatoes and cheese, kind of like Switzerland.

I enjoyed my time there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 858876




I have to agree with their evaluation of Americans. It's one reason I want to leave. Thanks for your input.
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Good Gtfo andstfu
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it's very easy to live in the netherlands. i got used to the coffee shops pretty easily, and dutch is super easy to learn. riding your bike everywhere is nice, too..
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I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
 Quoting: aNONaMITTy


Why do you move to The Netherlands?
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I would like to try a different culture from America.
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That's all? You can't just 'try' another culture just for fun...
What are your skills?
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I can tell you all about the netherlands.

There is nothing there at all except for windmills and fields of tulips. And fields of marijuana. And everything is completely flat, no hills at all, except for dikes which keep water out. And the national food is Edam cheese.

Or am I thinking of Holland?

And is Holland the same thing as the Netherlands?
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it's very easy to live in the netherlands. i got used to the coffee shops pretty easily, and dutch is super easy to learn. riding your bike everywhere is nice, too..
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Dutch is easy to learn? I'm glad to hear it but it seems such a different language.

I think I'll like riding a bike and taking trains for transportation.
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I can tell you all about the netherlands.

There is nothing there at all except for windmills and fields of tulips. And fields of marijuana. And everything is completely flat, no hills at all, except for dikes which keep water out. And the national food is Edam cheese.

Or am I thinking of Holland?

And is Holland the same thing as the Netherlands?
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny





Yes, they are the same, LOL!
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Do you have a job waiting when you come here, or are you going to leech of the dutch taxpayers like the rest the foreigners?
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Do you have a job waiting when you come here, or are you going to leech of the dutch taxpayers like the rest the foreigners?
aNONaMITTy (OP)

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08/16/2012 05:18 PM
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I'll be moving to The Netherlands soon. I just need to find a room to rent somewhere.

What can I expect? Culture shock? Immigrant prejudices?



Where do GLP'er's hang out over there? LOL! lmao
 Quoting: aNONaMITTy


Why do you move to The Netherlands?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21674902





I would like to try a different culture from America.
 Quoting: aNONaMITTy


That's all? You can't just 'try' another culture just for fun...
What are your skills?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21674902




Well, it isn't just for fun. I believe it will be a good place for me to grow spiritually.

I'm a professional with an education and had a career as a Social Worker and then alternative health. I also illustrate and edit books.
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Do you have a job waiting when you come here, or are you going to leech of the dutch taxpayers like the rest the foreigners?
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I have a small income and hope to start a small business. No leeching here, I promise.
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I can tell you all about the netherlands.

There is nothing there at all except for windmills and fields of tulips. And fields of marijuana. And everything is completely flat, no hills at all, except for dikes which keep water out. And the national food is Edam cheese.

Or am I thinking of Holland?

And is Holland the same thing as the Netherlands?
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny





Yes, they are the same, LOL!
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Euhmmmm, no it's not!
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Yes you can ride a bike and everything is flat and crowde with people, not only around the big cities.
And almost everybody speaks English, so that's nice for a starters..

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