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ScOrPY Advanced Member

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#11 15 years ago

Victoria in Australia. I like it cause it's where I've always lived, has good entertainment and sights to behold.

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#12 15 years ago

Konungariket Sverige, Stockholms län.

I like it because the beautiful (mostly) untouched nature. The weather is fairly good, hot on the summer, cold on the winter (I hate when it's like 2c outside, though). But it's dark almost 24/7 on the winter...That sucks some serious ass. Stockholm is a nice city, old yet modern, some buildings in Gamla Stan (Old Town) are from like 1300 or something like that. It's beautiful on the summer but is very grey and boring on the winter (the snow rarely sets inside the city). Lots of clubs and shizzle too, so yeah, I like it :D.


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#13 15 years ago

Lived in Texas for a couple years. I loved Texas. Despite its reputation, the people are extremely friendly, and some cities like Austin and Dallas are real nice. Some coastal areas like Padre Island are nice as well. Houston is a different story, I hate that city with a passion.

Lived in the tri-state area in Kentucky, near the Indiana and Ohio borders. Most beautiful place besides Poland I have ever lived in in my life. Hills everywhere, all around nice area, nice history, historically old buildings built in the late 1700's-early 1800's.

Now I live in Illinois. The place is mildly boring but some cities are fun to visit like Naperville and Chicago.


~Tine Spingling~Ill count to 3

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#14 15 years ago

hangin out in Arkansas. don't gimme any shit about it either, i'm not the typical southern idiot. I do actualy like it here though. we have a vast landscape, everything from mountains, rolling hills, plains, to canyons. I also like the seasons.


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#15 15 years ago

I live in Pennsylvania. Um...I like it here because it's got a nice country side.. And yeah, that's about it...


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#16 15 years ago
Daniel 1989 UKYeah, but we still get cars zooming past my house at night time sometimes even if cars do go past there not to loud.

I wish that was like my neighborhood.

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#17 15 years ago

I live in South Carolina and have lived here most of my life. I like it, not a whole lot to do but it's nice to me.

Marine Sniper15

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#18 15 years ago

St. Paul Minnesota. i ike it here because you get to experience pretty much all the climates. also I like the lakes. You can always find a lake no matter where you are.


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#19 15 years ago

New York, New York. I really like living here, I've lived here all my life and while the town I live in is a little boring, I'm only about 20 minuntes out of the city, so there is always something to do. I'm close to nice beaches (even if I rarely go there), parks, and of course, the city. I've always liked going into the city even if was to just walk around; I like the atmosphere. (note: not the physical atmosphere (pollution, etc.);)) I like the weather too, we get winters cold enough for snow and nice summers.

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#20 15 years ago

Plymouth, England:- google earth coordinates "Plymouth" lat=50.38, lon=-4.16

On the south coast, lots of nice countryside and beaches, so best of both there. also usually warmish, even in the winter it only gets down to around 5C and rarely freezes except on the moors just a few miles away (highest point is about 1800 feet/ 550 meters, doesnt sound much, but its a very bleak exposed area). Plymouth is going through a big developement phase at the moment with a load of luxury apartments going up ( to buy some apartments can cost up to £400,000) and rebuilding of parts of the city centre

Thinking about it.