Guys, i am thinking about moving to Ireland(not sure if northern or southern, explain me the difference pls). Take my portuguese passport, so i can get in the EU, then move to the most cool country that speaks english as language IRELAND - i dont know norwegian and they are not part of the EU, otherwise i would try there. There i would not be neet and get a "shit"(beter payed and treated than here) job(dish washer maybe, or builder) for about 6 months just to know how things work and to install myself there, then i would do college, graduate and have a wealthy life like all my cousins and brothers. What do you guys think? How is Ireland? Does my plan sounds good?
Yeah, here is pretty hot and i also get sun burned all the time - pale skin. Always wanted to see snow and i have a messed head - get happy in winter cold and rainy(is it true that it rains a lot there?) days and depressed in summer
>sempre 10 graus
Perfect, could be colder desu. How is the ginger population? This is one of the things that fascinates me, i ve heard and saw on maps that they have a lot of natural redheads, and are probably the source of them. I am not looking only to the country economy, but their culture and landscapes, like the redheads i ve mentioned and the fact that the irish have great musicians(not sure about this)
Ireland is a shit country
>Shitty coalburning ugly women
>Fuck all to do
>(not sure if northern or southern, explain me the difference pls)
If you're this retarded you won't do well in Ireland
Southern Ireland is a republic, Northern Ireland is under British control
>is it true that it rains a lot there?
You would love Ireland at the minute. It has been raining all year, our summer was was day or two of sunshine and the rest was rain and even a little bit of snow. Ireland's climate is out of wack it gets frosty around feb now, all this winter and even now it has been storms and heavy rainfall.
Rivers have burst, land has flooded and people all over the country have lost their homes from floodwater.
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What would they do to me? I thought about ireland and this chick(my cousins - he is a phd in economics - girlfriend) from switzerland said i am perfect for Europe and Ireland would be nice
Sounds awesome, i just couldnt get "Dtigim tu aimnhithe? Sath?", i am currently on basic irish but advanced english tho
>Southern Ireland is a republic, Northern Ireland is under British control
Thx, i am lazy to search it on google
One of them have a kid already and is with a guy and the other is a cultural marxist lesbo
Thx for telling me stuff and not being a cunt like some other people(>>53204527)
Dude, Europe needs educated inmigrants, not inmigrants willing to get education.
Our education system (LatAm) is way worse than European and North American standars and being a high school grad would be a death sentense on your future college life.
I have 2 cousins that did that, they both migrated to London to try and get education just after finishing HS and they both failed misserably and we had to send them money to come back.
Of course, the experience is nice but you won't help your country or the country you migrated wiithout a college degree.
I ve heard the oposite, that people went there with a college dregree and got nothing, and this cousin of mine did his college in austria, he worked for 2 years and then did the college wich he said it was cheap there
>go to the capital Dublin
There's exceptions. My professors told me that's better to aim for a post-grad, a master or a phd in Europe. Germany and Russia are perfect if you're into chemistry and physics, Spain for Soc. Sciences and England for Biology.
Anyways, good luck with inmigration and integration if everything's ready and working good. (And of course you're not bantering)
Sorry england is full atm and going through a housing crisis. At best he would get a min wage job spending 80% of his income on rent and food just tp live with 6 other people who dont apeak english. Go to southern ireland
>What do you guys think?
I like Brazilians and so do most Irish people. The town I went to school in had like 30% Brazilians. Top Tier immigrants
>How is Ireland?
It can be shit or brilliant depending on how well you settle in. Making friends can be hard but once you do Irish people make good friends. Weather is shit, always. Everything is expensive, especially rent and if you live outside the city there is not much to do.
>Does my plan sounds good?
Nothing wrong with it but bring some money with you to get started
I'd need to know more about your interests to say if you would like Ireland.