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    (Original post by acupofgreentea)
    Australia = evil spiders. No thank you.
    :lol:

    Loads of people hate spiders, snakes etc. You might be interested to know that I was once in the vicinity of a king cobra (someone else was holding it, and it towered over them)

    Why not the UK? It's a pretty great place, in my opinion.
    Definitely agree with that! :yep:
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    India - 20 years from now, or USA - 20 years from now (when it will be majority-minority. Muhahaha! :devil:)

    EDIT - Changed the years since both places will generally change sooner than I thought.
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    probably Czech Republic cause it has lots of Eastern European fitties and is a bit more well off than most other Eastern European countries
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    (Original post by Yawn!)
    India - 25-30 years from now, or USA - 25-30 years from now (when it will be majority-minority. Muhahaha! :devil:)
    Don't be a sneaky indian...
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    Australia .. I really like the Aussie accent!!
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    USA! USA! USA! USA!

    Or Canada, eh?
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    uk becuz my lover boyz r from da uk
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    Iceland. Then I could live in the land of Smjor butter.

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    Norway/Sweden
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    Maldives- screw 6th form just somehow build a hotel here by the sea and and chill
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    Switzerland
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    (Original post by Adelemyqueen)
    I dont think Id like to be born anywhere else. I am privileged in so many ways here, especially concerning languages and financial safety (it's not the most exciting country but you can leave it really quickly anyway )
    Where are you from?

    I feel the same about my home (UK). I have equal rights to any man, I haven't been discriminated against, we aren't undergoing an economic crisis and I don't get shot for going to school.
    Could it get any better? :bl:
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    Where are you from?

    I feel the same about my home (UK). I have equal rights to any man, I haven't been discriminated against, we aren't undergoing an economic crisis and I don't get shot for going to school.
    Could it get any better? :bl:
    Luxembourg I used to find it annoying that we have to learn so many languages for example, but once I got older I realised that it's actually pretty sick to be fluent in 4-5 languages Feel you on so many levels, we're quite lucky...so far at least, who knows what's gonna happen in the future
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    I would not change a thing ...
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    (Original post by Adelemyqueen)
    Luxembourg I used to find it annoying that we have to learn so many languages for example, but once I got older I realised that it's actually pretty sick to be fluent in 4-5 languages Feel you on so many levels, we're quite lucky...so far at least, who knows what's gonna happen in the future
    I've never talked to anyone from Luxembourg :shakehand:.

    I envy you for your lingual advantages! I am only fluent in English and I guess you cant really call French GCSE fluent?
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    Lebanon,Greece,Cyprus,Western Europe
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    I like Britain, so either there or in California.
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    Actually amazed how some people have chosen UK...of all places...
    Australia or Canada is the place to be.
    Canada is cold and dreadfully boring though. I've been here for 5 years but am moving back to Florida in the summer. I can't wait to get back to the USA.
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    What happened?.
    The truth hurts???.
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    (Original post by Howard)
    Canada is cold and dreadfully boring though. I've been here for 5 years but am moving back to Florida in the summer. I can't wait to get back to the USA.
    Where are you from Howard originally, and how old are you, and what are you doing in life?.
 
 
 
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