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Where Do These Fucking Happy People Live: Only 62% of People are OK With Their Life

On average, the percentage of happy people in the EU is 62%. According to the so-called “happiness index” published by Eurostat, the happiest people in the EU live in Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Finland. 

People are 62% happy in Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Finland. Fucking lucky people say that they all mostly feeling okay. Eurostat published the results of a “happiness index” survey. In the total amount only 62% of people satisfied with their life in the EU.

The TOP 4 countries in a world of happiness

Obviously, in Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Finland life is OK. In Belgium, for example, a good economy, a decent education, and prices are amazing. If we compare salaries and food prices, then the residents in this country get comfortable. A tourist may don’t understand such details at first, but the fact remains, that here people feel like cheese in butter. In Belgium, migrants are well treated and there are many goodies for them. 

In the Netherlands, everything is fine: people, the country, network. They love to invent, improve, structure and automate. It’s a very modern place where expressing oneself is easy. And people value and like the attitude of the authorities towards soft drugs. In Holland, they are officially permitted, although there are restrictions. You can buy and use them in special stores no more than 5 grams per person. 

There are cool coffee shops where you can eat a magic cupcake and fly away! People are often greedy and eat a lot, so they exceed their measure. Remember once and for all! Dutch drugs are a natural product. You can’t guess its strong action in the first seconds. Wait an hour after taking the magic potion, and then conclude if you need more. In general, it’s clear why everyone is so happy there. Let’s give 5 grams of light drugs to everyone in other countries, maybe everything will work out. The fucking depression will come to an end, and the happiness index will rise worldwide. Well, or the hippie invasion will begin again. It’s hard to predict and guess.

What about Austria? Even the question wasn’t worth asking because everything is obvious. In Austria, there is environmental cleanliness, the highest level of medicine, the best education and financial stability. People who moved there from other countries were surprised at how many millionaires are living in Austria. They are difficult to distinguish from an ordinary resident because they prefer comfortable clothes, simple brands of cars. You walk around the shop and don’t know how many millionaires are nearby. It’s known that there are more millionaires in Austria per square meter than in other countries. After this fact, you want to not just move there, but to be an invisible millionaire who walks around the supermarket, then drives home in his homely car, enters a cute cozy house and counts his millions. Well, you can just eat magic cupcakes in Holland and it will also become possible, even for a short time… But it can be fucking cool adventures!

This is Finland, dude! Firstly, the country is among the ten richest in Europe. All this is confirmed by the high quality of life. It has a strong economy, good infrastructure, and a high level of social security. True, local residents are not particularly happy with migrants. Probably because there are a lot of them. Getting a job here is like a lottery game. In some companies, there is even an unwritten rule not to take migrants or tourists to work. But if you are a confident person, you say to yourself every morning “I’m fucking handsome and I know it”, then perhaps everything will turn out.

Finland is good. A favorable investment climate allows you to open and run a successful business in Finland. In the annual Doing Business 2019 ranking among European countries, the country takes 8th place and 17th in the world.

Happy, but a little less: Luxembourg, Spain, Denmark, Germany

These countries are no worse than the above. There may be fewer millionaires, but the infrastructure and development opportunities are truly great. When you hear about Luxembourg, Spain, Denmark or Germany, how can even the smallest damn thought arise that it’s bad there?

There are dozens of IT company offices in Luxembourg: Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle, Viber and others. From a tax point of view, Luxembourg is attractive to international companies, but there is always this bitter “but”. The owners of large companies can have good facilities here, but if the employee needs to move, just an ordinary employee, then he will only have to pay more than 1000 euros per month for housing. We still ignored this crap with documents during the move, these are 9 circles of hell. 


Spain is divine, a paradise on earth. The country is just created for those who are fed up with eternal winter. Spain has a mild climate with short and cool winters and hot summers. Most of the country has access to the sea or ocean. It’s proved that the combination of sunlight with fresh sea air has a beneficial effect on health and mood. Somewhere it’s drugs, but here the sea makes people happier. But you see, Spain is lower in the ranking, drugs are more likely to excite people. Although the Spaniards also allow themselves to smoke hash.

The most important thing is that in Spain there are very good-natured people who will always warmly welcome a newcomer. This country is one of the safest in the world. The mentality is very good and the police work great. Well, at least somewhere the cops are not only eating donuts, but also work.

It’s very strange that Denmark didn’t lead in the ranking. The country is in the top 10 richest in Europe. It has an ideal infrastructure, good people, beautiful nature, a high-tech economy. There is no place for corruption, and crime is practically absent. The Danes are open and friendly people, by the way, for the most part, fluent in English.

In Germany, it’s worth living only for a local strudel and fucking cool beer. But it’s not all! Among the advantages of a serious nature (although I think the strudel is a cool moment), it is worth noting clean streets, smooth roads, a stable economy and a high level of life quality.

The lowest indicators of happiness were recorded in Latvia (31% of people reported that they are happy), Bulgaria (35%), Croatia (42%), Lithuania (45%), Greece and Romania (46%). I would like to wipe the tears of the inhabitants of Latvia, because according to the polls, over the past few months, almost none of them felt a sense of happiness. It’s strange that residents of other countries who weren’t even mentioned in the list who have nothing, but they experience more happiness. Perhaps the cause is mass alcoholism? But this is a completely different story.

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