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Haha, explain further. Which losers. People DO get eaten though.:

I knew it.
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bathroom64 wrote:


x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:
Haha, explain further. Which losers. People DO get eaten though.:

I knew it.


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Posted 6/22/14 , edited 6/22/14

InterGalacticz wrote:

I live in Oklahoma City, OK

only thing here are cowboys and pseudo-amish people.

We do have the Thunder here.

Some days its about 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit and a couple nights later it will be 25-30 degrees Fahrenheit.

the state itself has almost no natural lakes but we have more shoreline than the entire eastern coast. thanks to an abundance of man made lakes.

we are a true red state. so having machine guns will probably come before marijuana gets medicinally legalized

and a bunch of other boring stuff


Wooaaah you live close to me then. I live in Norman. lol I just thought that was cool.

There's nothing to do here. Except for maybe shop in the tiny mall we have here and stand outside and watch tornadoes during tornado season. Idk if I wasn't going to school, I'd probably be doing nothing all day every day. One thing I love though is when my friends from big cities come and visit. "There's so much land!"

I was just kidding about standing outside watching tornadoes btw.
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I live in Antioch,CA. Not a lot goes on here,
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17 / M / Salt Lake City, Utah
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I live in Salt Lake City, Utah

It's okay here I guess.

The weather is always unclear, you know you're in Utah when you have to turn on the air conditioner and heat in the same hour.

It's a suburban area, and there's not much development going on, I mean it takes decades just to build a small apartment complex.

A lot of people here are mormon, which can be good and bad, depending on who you are.
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I live in Pittsburgh, PA. Used to be the biggest city in the steel industry which is why we have some of the most polluted air in the country aswell as being known for its pride in our sports teams (even though I only like the penguins). I guess its cool living in a place with all four seasons. (Can reach the 90's - low 100's in the summer and dip below -10 in the winter). It rains a lot here though.
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23 / M / United States
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I live inside this big enclosed wooden box ....
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28 / F / Canada
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I live in Victoria, BC, In Canada.
We have alot of flowers.
alot......
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23 / M / Georgia
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Houston Texas

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I live in Northeast Pennsylvania. The most remarkable detail about where I live is that the roads are horrible. Seriously, pot holes everywhere. Blew my front tire out twice in 2 months.
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I live in Panama City, Florida. We have beautiful beaches. I love our downtown areas, Harrison Ave and Historic St. Andrews those area's are the densest culture spots with the most homey feel to them. We have some amazing art festivals, and lots of awesome locally owned restaurants. We are unfortunately a "party city." People come from all over to vacation here for spring break. MTV came for a few years in a row until we banned them. Same with "girls gone wild" until we sued them. We have the largest nightclub in America. It's so impressive I've been there twice (sarcasm). I love my town I just stay away from the beach on spring break.
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25 / M / Fenix, AZ
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Phoenix, Arizona, It's always sunny, warm, and home to some of the best roads, food, desert landscapes, and sunsets..... IN THE WORLD.



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22 / M / Edmonton, AB
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rockadilla wrote:

Phoenix, Arizona, Home to some of the best roads, food, desert landscapes, and sunsets..... IN THE WORLD.


Not to mention the BEST HOCKEY TEAM!

'Yotes All the way!
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20 / M / Australia
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I live in Adelaide, South Australia, it's one of the smaller capital cities in Australia which in my opinion has it's own advantage (not much traffic, fast commute time). For example where i am currently living (with my parents) I am a 10 minute drive form the city CBD, and 10 minutes from the beach. Only thing is public transport sucks ass in Adelaide (compared to bigger cities). Temperatures vary, summer it can reach 40°C (104°f) we actually had a heat wave last summer of like consistently over 40°C for a whole week. Adelaide is also in a great position as its quite close to some awesome surfing beaches and holiday parks which are anywhere from 1 hour to 3 hours drive.
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19 / M / Canada
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Kelowna, BC. More specifically West Kelowna

Right in wine country, our climates pretty warm, alot of the countries fresh fruit comes from right here Theres a fruit market right down the street where I live We got a giant lake to play around in, and nice scenery to look at The only problem is that we're fairly susceptible to wild fires and in summer we get invaded by tourists from next door in Alberta :/ I guess you gotta take the good with the bad...
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