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Place or places you wish you never visited
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32 / F / USA
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Posted 3/27/11
Taos, New Mexico. There's NOTHING to do there if you go with parents
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41 / F / Now I'm in VA...d...
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Montana...bad part was that I was stationed there, so I was stuck for 2 1/2 nearly three years, and yeah, I married my hubby, but I had to GO BACK for another 2 and a bit of change, until he got out, 'cuz his career field keeps him there! Trust me, if you're not into all the outdoor crap (hunting, camping, fishing, skiiing), the place is a depressing black hole to be assigned to.

And MOST of the folks there were from the south (I'm a MS girl myself), so the weather was the bane of our existance, and I had to work in the snow on occasion! The coldest I've worked in was -25 F, and I was PIIISSSSSED!!!!! If I see that armpit of a state, it'd be too soon! And folks wondered WHY there were so many DUI's there---nothing for the young folks to do BUT drink!!

Me, I bowled and drank!
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63 / F / OP,FL
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Posted 3/27/11
true story : Camping in some park in Pensacola Fl.
1. never heard of fire ants, rained all night, Only supposed to be day trip, car broke down and so we drank(lots to forget)

2 woke up all swollen from FA bites, new jeans(wet) stained my legs blue, my freinds decided to hike back to get me to infirmary(Navy) and on the way a gibbon monkey (seriously) came out of the woods and walked up to ME and hugged my leg and then promptly bit me.

3 he had escaped from a zoo so no rabies but I couldn't recognize my own face for weeks as the poison subsided, blue legs where a fashion statement on the beach
Posted 3/27/11
Some public toilets.
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28 / M / Colorado, USA
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Posted 3/27/11
Texas. That alone may be saying enough.

One thing that particularly bugged me was all the roadkill. I thought roadkill was plenty common where I live, but Texas refined my definition. The minimum frequency of roadkill seemed to be 1 crushed animal per mile, though it was plenty more common than that (though of course Texas is large, I hope there's SOME cleaner areas).

Also, places that begin to thin in the amount of english warrant odd thoughts. Stop signs that are replaced with a picture of a hand. Is there really so little effort to learn english in certain areas such that "STOP" is considered a difficult word to learn?
Posted 4/2/11
Hmm....my aunt's house who lives in California. They had roaches all over their house. All of the roaches just kept popping out! And I can't manage to maintain the word soda because of my well-adapted term of "pop".
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Posted 4/2/11
my bitch of a grandmas house
Posted 4/2/11 , edited 4/2/11
Theres not a place on earth I would regret visiting as long as I survive it. The good and the famine, I want to see it all.
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