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Yea... where can i start, if you come to malta hoping to find a really nice history lesson, then your coming to the right place but if your planning on staying, Stop!, Think about it, and then change your mind, because malta is what you can call a hell hole.
maltese people say that they're not racist but just look at them and you'd see it.
the governments in malta suck big time seeing as it takes them 2 years just to start doing the roads then only do bits every here and there.

the people here are the most nosy, iggronant and 2 faced people your every bound to meet.

picture this 'your sitting on one of there old leyland busses and your phone rings, you pick it up and begin to talk in english' now at this moment every single person on the bus have twisted they're neck round 360 degrees just to nosy at you.

It never snows, if it does snow the houses here would'nt be able to do anything to keep the cold out and everyone would probably freeze to death, because all houses are made out of brick.

malta's radio sucks because they play music that came out over 6 years ago and through the song all the Radio DJ does is yabber on about everything and you cant even hear the song... if your going to talk all the time call it a friggin talk show.

I think the only highlight about malta is their national dish 'timpana'.

maltese shows looks like they're still using the cameras that came out in the 70's.
um... example, just come to malta n see 4 yourself... you'll see every friggin thing i just mentioned on here.
by Translogic April 11, 2006
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A small island off the coast of Europe. It is a peaceful place with beatiful beaches and views. the people of malta are religious but still maintain there social lives adequetly. as a result the teens have crazy nightclubs dominated by outrageously good techno beats. The most beatiful place in the world.
Anyone who dont like malta can suk a dik
by DameZ... December 30, 2005
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Malta: A place where cultures have collided over centuries. This island is once more under siege. The assailants are now 'English language students'.
Sadly most of you think it's funny to bad-mouth an island that has withstood time & history, perhaps you should stick your back-packs back up where the sun don't shine (in your own country), because here in Malta it always shone brightly no matter what the trouble! Malta is certainly not perfect but it's got its good points too. Easy access to anywhere, warm long summer nites, entertainment, nice restaurants, friendly locals that will show you the way, everyone speaks at least 3 languages and whats more, where else can you buy pastizzi at 5am?
All i can say is that until younger hooligans started travelling to this mediterranean island, mostly with the 'excuse' to learn English, the place was peaceful, pretty clean & had beaches that offered spacious areas which were free from litter. Nowadays, indifferent youngsters fill the place with left-over takeaway wrappings, cigarette droppings, used condoms & vomit from the nite before (please refer to streets of paceville). Malta was never like this so to blame the locals on the state of affairs is quite rightly, incorrect. Please, when in Malta do as we do, show respect and hospitality for all, throw your trash in the bin, even if you have to caarry your paper around for an hour to find one! We may not have the latest technology here, nor the most modern of transportation, our roads may be bumpy but at least they make you laugh, our policemen may not carry guns but at least you can chat to them, and some village folk may be considered 'nosey' but they will be the first to help you if you're in trouble!! We give you our best welcome. But, if this isn't good enough for you, then don't come here at all.
by Malteaser Girl April 27, 2007
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The Mediteranean's Best kept secret :) as stated in the advert at the Isle of MTV Malta 2008. Enrique Iglesias loves it here.
In January 2007 International Living chose Malta as the country with the best climate in the world.

The Greeks called our island MELITE which means Honey :P Malta has had an endemic species of bee which lives on the island, giving it the common nickname the "land of honey.
malta- a best kept secret :D
by La Maltija July 10, 2008
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malta is a island in the mediterranean sea just in between africa and sicily majority of the religion is catholic

those who badmouth malta are normally just people who are pissed of that we kicked their ass in world war two

malta accepts many refugees into their archipaloaegp
dude 1: have you heard about malta?
dude 2: yeah what a shithole
dude 1: just because they kicked you countries ass in WWII
dude 2: -_-
by markusmb September 15, 2011
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Fortress island in the centre of the Med. Together with Gozo and Comino forms part of Maltese Archipelago. Home to 380,000 Maltese and sun-burnt tourists. Highest density of churches and pre-history per sq km in Europe. Higher density of bad roads, great beer, fresh bread, corrupt politicians, entrepreneurs, building sites, five-star hotels, lazy fat cats and cars with 'I love Jesus' and 'Jesus loves me' stickers. National football team famously once lost 12-1 to Spain in a World Cup qualifier, seriously tarnishing reputation in the Netherlands, who suspect foul play to this day. Record for most air raids in World War 2. Somehow survives, despite thousands of years of turbulent history and no natural resources other than the general craftiness and stubborness of the nation.
I'm trapped on the constipated island of Malta. I don't know if I should escape or stay here for ever.

The day after the atom bomb, there were the first signs of life in the island of Malta.
by Max L Fly February 26, 2005
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A God forsaken island forgotten in the middle of the Med. The "hub" of Europe, Malta has been backdoored by every conceivable power that crossed Europe from the Greeks to the Romans, from the Arabs to the Templars, from the French to the Brits with some Vikings, Phoenicians, Carthagenians, Spaniards, Germans, Venitians and Sicilians thrown in to add some spice. In his many travels Marco Polo never came to Malta and Genghis Khan had this to say: "Ah Marrtah! Bin Lei Chat Hai". Hitler vowed to destroy the island and sent the Italians to bomb the island in WWII. Fortunately we dont speak German now and we proudly carry the George Cross for bravery. They say that the last of the Romanhofs fled to Malta.
The Romans said of Malta: Melita, ceteris paribus, paradisum cum bellum qahbum est!
by Tsarina November 29, 2005
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adjective used to describe a person when she/he begins to believe in pixies and unicorns.
yo alejandro and harry went mad malta last night.
by Terd Fergeson March 20, 2007
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