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40 / F / Washington, USA
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Posted 9/7/14
I love where I live.. I can walk to a lot of things without a car. It's a city but it feels less developed. I like it a lot.
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24 / M / KY
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Posted 9/7/14

sitarax wrote:

Yeah, I guess. Colorado is nice and I love downtown Denver. Not enough anime fans though.. and lots of outdoor activities which I guess would be nice if I wasn't always playing games or watching anime



Denver is the best place, EVER! I loved it when I went.

Posted 9/7/14
Yeah, I like where I live.
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22 / M / Livingston, Louis...
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I love my state of birth. I really do love Louisiana

We created cajun and/or creole food(mostly), my ISP serves me with a plan that smokes 98 percent of the country, but we're right smack dab on the bible belt. All the porn and video games in the world wouldn't make up for living in a bible belt state. If you could hear the shit I put up with on a daily basis you would just as easily move to Florida or Mississippi.

We also have what I might call the worst epidemic of swagfags and yolohomos. I say worst because it is most evident in the sticks, where I live, a place where people have no fucking idea how bad shit can get. I lived up north for a few years, so I can verify that shit gets real. The worst we have is New Orleans and Baton Rouge, but most of these idiots can't rep that because they live in the damn boonies.
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21 / Tyler, Texas
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Posted 9/7/14 , edited 9/7/14
Ah I love the small town I live in, it's quiet peaceful and the people are relatively nice.
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39 / colorful colorado
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Posted 9/7/14
Yes, I like a place with 4 seasons.
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28 / M / Wisconsin
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Posted 9/7/14
I live in a town of 1800 people, and outside of the town, is mostly farm land. There isn't a whole lot of things to do here in town, unless you want to drive 25-35 minutes to the bigger cities. So if I need to go to a bar, or party a little bit with family and friends. It's within driving distance. It's a pretty quite town, and that's what I like. Don't have to hear police sirens and or gun shots, except for the shooting range down the road from my place.
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19 / F / ON, Canada
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Posted 9/7/14
My town is pretty old, and needs a lot of work but it's great because I live ten minutes away from Port Stanley and the beach, which is the best!
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102 / Candyland
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Posted 9/7/14 , edited 9/7/14
I live in California so we often people say that there is always "great" weather here. The heat sucks. But I like it. There are many places here and you will often find many cultures too. You can basically walk and find something new or try a different place around.
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26 / M
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Posted 9/8/14
yes of course. i like this place, where i live. its my Sweet home. i love my home very much. here i spend my childhood. my all games, which i play with my friends and also with my family members and my parents too. i can't forget its sweet home.
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M / Adelaide, Australia
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Posted 9/8/14
I live in Adelaide, Australia. It's right at the bottom of the country and is pretty quiet and the city is small.. It's peaceful at times, but can get boring a lot.
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25 / F / Rhode Island
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Posted 9/8/14
I live in the smallest state in U.S.. it's boring with limited things to do.
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26 / M / Winland
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Posted 9/8/14 , edited 9/8/14
I live in Jyväskylä, Finland. I like the place, and this flat is quite near center of the city, just around 15min walk away. I have most of my friends here and the city feels big enough for me. Also there is a grocery store next to my flat lol, I can't really complain
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23 / M
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Posted 9/8/14
Not in the least. It's an average sized suburban community with little to do. The area was very wealthy from the coal industry several decades ago but it's now a shell of itself. I certainly wouldn't mind moving once college is finished. :/
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17 / M / California
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Posted 9/8/14
Has a fair share of bad and good. And the bad equally contributes from many different parts of my city!
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