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  • villa

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    Toronto's known to be amazing, I don't agree so much. Well, I kind of don't. It's nice here, but it's too city-ish. Sometimes you just want calmness but you can't ask for much of that here. Every thing, malls, streets, parks, school's are busy. And within a year, you can have traveled all of Toronto and..be bored of it. I am, I've lived here my whole life, that's why.
    October 20th, 2008 at 05:35am
  • fun ghoul fez.

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    ^^ I love Toronto! :shifty

    I live in this little hamlet called Parham in Ontario. Never heard of it? Didn't think so. :lmfao It's a very rural area, I guess you could call a lot of the people around here hicks. It's also quite boring; there's almost nothing to do, the nearest cities are forty five minutes. My high school has 200 kids in it. =/
    I don't like it at all, so I plan on moving/running away. :file:
    October 20th, 2008 at 06:03am
  • Jenova's Witness

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    Does London count? :/
    To be honest, the place is horrible, gritty, cold and depressing, but for some inane reason I love it to death.
    October 20th, 2008 at 08:49pm
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    ^ Of course London counts, as long as it's your hometown, and I totally understand how you feel about it.
    October 21st, 2008 at 02:01am
  • Shelly the Turtle

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    I hate my home town
    yet I love it.
    Bipolar? Probably.

    Its just so boring...
    We dont even have a walmart,
    and we have to drive Atleast a half hour to go do anything ineteresting..

    I love it though, because its safe [for the most part], and just..homey.
    =]
    October 21st, 2008 at 02:13am
  • SNATCHLIPS

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    Perth, Australia.
    I love the scenery. I live near the beach and the river, so in summer when I open my window, I can smell the sea. It's gorgeous.
    However, not many bands come to Perth and the shopping isn't too good.
    Apart from that, it's rather nice here.
    October 21st, 2008 at 01:48pm
  • angus young

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    Where I live in Scotland, you can go into my living room and see the river and all the mountains. It really is beautiful. It's tiny, but...you can get lost. :tehe:

    My town, Gourock, it has lots of trees and scenery and lots of great views but really, there is nothing to do. You have to go to Greenock to find something. If anyone lives near there, you'd probably see me.

    The only reason I can run to Greenock and back :tehe:

    And walking along a certain street at night is nice. Lots of cars, and the street lights, and it's just a nice feeling.

    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    October 21st, 2008 at 05:06pm
  • sunflowers.

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    London. Always lived in London.
    I can't really imagine living anywhere else.
    I love it here. It's beautiful in every single way, I even like all the greasy kebab shops, and all the drunken people on the street and the dirty pavements in Central London.

    The only thing is I love lots of green scenery which I dont get much of in London, except the parks.
    But yeah, I wouldn't mind too much living outside of London, like near Oxford or somewhere where it's more open and lots of pretty scenic views.

    Just as long as I can live in England and never have to leave, I wouldn't mind.
    October 21st, 2008 at 07:03pm
  • traceuse.

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    Where I live in Scotland, you can go into my living room and see the river and all the mountains. It really is beautiful. It's tiny, but...you can get lost. :tehe:

    My town, Gourock, it has lots of trees and scenery and lots of great views but really, there is nothing to do. You have to go to Greenock to find something. If anyone lives near there, you'd probably see me.

    The only reason I can run to Greenock and back :tehe:

    And walking along a certain street at night is nice. Lots of cars, and the street lights, and it's just a nice feeling.

    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    Come to Melbourne.
    Melbourne > Sydney and Brisbane :file:
    Unless you're into, you know, the sun...
    October 22nd, 2008 at 01:30pm
  • Ryou Bakura.

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    I hate my hometown.
    I hate it I hate it I hate it.
    D:<

    Mt. Pearl is the most boring place in the history of life.
    Never come here.
    Ever.
    You'll be bored out of your skull within two days.
    True story.
    October 22nd, 2008 at 06:44pm
  • chum

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    I can say my hometown.
    But you'll have never heard of it.

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    Stonington, Connecticut, anyone?

    I love it, honestly. Small, barely known, hick-ish, you know.
    Average.
    Very "me". :cute:
    There are a lot of new housing developments, but I live in one of the few rural neighborhoods.
    And, it's pretty boring here. No good shopping, not much action.

    I'm perfectly fine with that. :file:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 11:27pm
  • chromatography.

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    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    Melbourne. We're just better down here. :mrgreen:
    We have very creative weather here too. :tehe:
    Plus we have project runway Australia down here [though the first season finished.]
    October 23rd, 2008 at 09:11am
  • chrissie.

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    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    Melbourne. We're just better down here. :mrgreen:
    We have very creative weather here too. :tehe:
    Plus we have project runway Australia down here [though the first season finished.]
    I agree. Melbourne is the shit.
    October 23rd, 2008 at 09:53am
  • chromatography.

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    ^A lot better than living in rural outback Australia though. God, that's hot. Smiley
    October 23rd, 2008 at 10:11am
  • chrissie.

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    ^A lot better than living in rural outback Australia though. God, that's hot. Smiley
    I haven't been to the outback. I had the oppotunity to, but I hate heat :tehe:
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    October 23rd, 2008 at 10:15am
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    Freddie Mercury.:
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    ^A lot better than living in rural outback Australia though. God, that's hot. Smiley
    I haven't been to the outback. I had the oppotunity to, but I hate heat :tehe:
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    :tehe: Melbourne may be shit, especially with the weather, but it's not too bad actually. Though I prefer the country outback.

    Though, I have no home town I would've loved to have a hometown in the country.
    October 23rd, 2008 at 10:19am
  • SNATCHLIPS

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    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    Come to Perth.
    Perth rules because I live here. :file:

    -cough-
    October 23rd, 2008 at 11:35am
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    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    Come to Perth.
    Perth rules because I live here. :file:

    -cough-
    Melbourne has cooler Mibbians. :tehe:
    October 23rd, 2008 at 11:40am
  • Walking On A Dream.

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    But when I'm older I'm going to move to Sydney or Brisbane, I can't decide. Help me out on that one, any Australian Mibbians. :tehe:
    Brisbane! Of course!

    Which brings me to my hometown...Brisbane! Well, it's the city I was born in, where I lived for six years, and it's where my Dad lives. Here, I live in Portarlington, which is about 45 minutes from Dublin. I can never decide which is my hometown...I suppose, technically, that would be Port.

    Brisbane is...wow. I seriously love it. I just got back from spending ten days at my Dad's out there, and I am seriously just so chill after it. It wasn't that sunny, but it was a damn sight sunnier than Ireland. There's just something about it...I just love it.

    Port is pretty cool. The people are (mostly) good, it's (kinda) in the country, it's close to Dublin so we can go into the city whenever, it's nice...I like it here. One complaint I do have is the weather. Dammit, it's depressing! And people wonder why we have the highest drinking rate in Europe...
    October 23rd, 2008 at 06:53pm
  • roy

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    Ryou Bakura.:
    Mt. Pearl is the most boring place in the history of life.
    Never come here.
    Ever.
    You'll be bored out of your skull within two days.
    True story.
    You think where you live's boring?
    Try living in the Exmoor Hills.
    Johnny Depp bought a 'holiday' home up in Spaxton [Or somewhere around there]last year for some unknown reason, probably drunk or something.
    But when he's there, you've got no chance in getting within a few miles of his property, the security guards have bloody machine guns.
    The houses are huge, expensive and luxurious, but that's as good as it gets really.
    So unless you enjoy long hikes, you'll throw yourself down the highest point within a few hours.
    I live.. an hour and a half from Bristol, which is probably the closest city besides Exeter. I do like Bristol, especially Cribbs Causeway, but nothing beats Hawaii. I suppose Bristol makes here bearable.
    October 23rd, 2008 at 08:37pm