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In a van, down by the river
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Woodstock, Georgia... used to be an empty ass city with woods for miles and miles. Now its one of the top 10 fastest growing suburbs in the nation. The weather here is like a severely bipolar manic depressive, it will go from 100 degrees to 50 and back again in the same day and it usually rains 2-3 days a week. We are also very prone to getting tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. Sort of lacking for things to do here, but I am only about 30 minutes outside of Atlanta, so it isn't too bad.
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Yupp I live in Phoenix too... damn hot T_T lolz

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Posted 6/23/14

Amorsiempre wrote:



Yupp I live in Phoenix too... damn hot T_T lolz



My parents: "were thinking about getting a house in Maricopa!"

Me:


naw but really I'd love to live there haha

Posted 6/23/14

MitchDJohn wrote:


Amorsiempre wrote:



Yupp I live in Phoenix too... damn hot T_T lolz





hahahahaha xD sucks though one way in and one way out a girl I work with lives out there and when there is a accident well kiss your bum good bye xD she was late to work by 4 hours but it is a nice place xD
Posted 6/23/14
Where I live.

The internet.

The end.
Posted 6/23/14
I live literally in the middle of nowhere in New Mexico. The town I live in has around 400 people (if that lol). You would actually be surprised about where I live. When people hear New Mexico, they generally think desert....but this town is actually surrounded by mountains. We have two gas stations, one general food store, and a park...there really isn't much to do here. This pic was taken near the town, so this should kinda give you a feeling how isolated it is here.

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30 / M / Los Angeles
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I live in beautiful sunny Los Angeles. I'm sure you guys already know a decent amount about LA, such as, celebrities, hollywood, vfx, movies, sunshine, earthquakes, animation, beaches, palm trees, traffic, tv, and of course weed. Honestly, I'm pretty happy living here, I make a good living, have an awesome career, and the weather is incredible.

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27 / M / Sunny SoCal!!!
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I live in this town about 1 hour and 45 minutes North West from LA called Ventura

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22 / M / Chicago, IL
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Posted 6/23/14
I live in Chicago, and the destination i'm at is really not that fun, and interesting. lol.
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I currently live in S. LA for work and study (though school is in a different area of LA). It's loud, very busy, and a lot of people are mean. I moved here since last Summer, and I'm still not used to it. Definitely not saying I hate it though; it's a lot of fun, too. My only real gripe is the cost of my apartment, which is much over double of what I had to pay from when I was in high school.

As for my home in Kyoto, it was very serene and everyone was very nice. Probably because my caretakers have a big influence in the area, but I like it much better. Plus, I never had to drive at all.
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25 / F / Washington DC
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I live in Washington DC. Nations capital and all Its glory. Was born and raised here and plan to stay, I think. Sure living in DC sounds like a blast and there are a lot of tourist attractions, but if you live here long enough all that excitement fades. Not trying to talk own about my home but it can be very unpleasant living here. A lot of pollution in the air and angry morning folks walk around always rushing to work. There are cigarette buds on every corner and smokers non-stop. It's nice waking up to honking horns when your home is in front of traffic! Even when you try to walk by trees and grass by one of the quiet small suburban neighborhoods, you get a stank smell like someone puked all over the ground! I forget what the tree is called that drops the little balls but it's what makes it stink around here. The dirt stinks too.

Back in the when I was a kid, a lot of blacks and Hispanics would mostly roam around the streets and neighborhoods. Now I can say it's more diverse with whites, Asians, Hispanics, blacks, and probably more. A lot of people moved in here within 10 years and a lot of construction took place. There are better homes and plenty of shops to explore too. It's a busy city with a lot of interesting places. But drive around a little more and you'll notice not all streets or neighborhoods are up to date. Sometimes I feel like I traveled back in time with those types of areas!

I can only say landmarks and development is what makes DC a nice, pretty city. Basically this a place to visit, not live. If you like getting drunk on the weekends, then come on over! You'll make plenty of drinking buddies! LOL Staying safe is important too. Crimes and such. :/
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20 / M / Ontario, Canada
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I live in a tiny city in Ontario that's been said to be one of the worst cities in Canada.
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21 / M / Vancouver
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I'm in Vancouver, BC. Awesome if you love the outdoors, mountains on one side, beach on the other. Pretty temperate weather, 25 C is hot for us here We have a very disappointing hockey team and a decent soccer team. The night life is aright and there's usually stuff do such as shows and festivals.
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25 / M / Fenix, AZ
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Bob_Bob_Law wrote:

I live in this town about 1 hour and 45 minutes North West from LA called Ventura



Ventura is the only nice place I've been to in LA besides North Hollywood/Van Nuys, the rest sucks.
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