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    (Original post by Emily.97)
    An opinion cannot be wrong. An opinion is subjective.
    But it's my opinion to say if a opinion is correct or not. So technically you're supporting what I'm saying.
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    (Original post by curiousduck)
    subjective

    i've lived here all my life and i dont think its the best
    London is huge, so it depends on which part you live in. There are bad parts and there are very good parts
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    (Original post by FaisalNaeem03)
    Cities with a high percentage of Asians?
    Unfortunately it would appear to be that.
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    (Original post by Wilfred Little)
    Unfortunately it would appear to be that.
    Nahhhhhhhh. How could this be.
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    Having lived in both the south and the north, I have to say that Stoke is probably the worst place to live.


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    Worst Places
    London
    Essex
    Most of North England
    Poorer parts of Wales and N Ireland.

    Best Places
    Surrey
    West Yorkshire
    Edinburgh (and much of Scotland in general, although there are some bad places up there too such as Dundee ("Scumdee"))
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    The North
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    Up North
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    (Original post by Wilfred Little)
    Because Birmingham is beautiful. And it's probably because Birmingham is a massive city with many beautiful areas? If you mean Chelmsley Wood then specifically say Chelmsley Wood. That is not the whole of Birmingham. Surely you are not this ****ing thick? :rolleyes:
    #teambrum :adore:
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    (Original post by titration)
    I'm surprised not many people have said Birmingham....
    Chelmsley Wood in particular
    Chelmsley wood. 97 bus yh :ahee:
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    (Original post by That 2Fase)
    London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Yorkshire, the entire Midlands region, the entirety of the North, Scotland, and many other places.
    Why Liverpool?
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    (Original post by Keyhofi)
    Worst Places
    London
    Essex
    Most of North England
    Poorer parts of Wales and N Ireland.

    Best Places
    Surrey
    West Yorkshire
    Edinburgh (and much of Scotland in general, although there are some bad places up there too such as Dundee ("Scumdee")
    Out of interest, how many places in the North have you visited ?
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    Plymouth, Nottingham

    The former is practically dead (can't wait to leave!), and the latter is what I imagine depression would look like if it was a city
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    Manchester


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    (Original post by FaisalNaeem03)
    Cities with a high percentage of Asians?
    Well, considering I'm Asian as well... im part of the percentage.
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    (Original post by M&F)
    Loool. why??
    They're just really crowded. A large population and too much pollution. Just don't like it.
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    (Original post by curiousduck)
    subjective

    i've lived here all my life and i dont think its the best
    I agree. I hate London/
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    (Original post by FaisalNaeem03)
    Maybe use urban dictionary?
    maybe i just don't care
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    (Original post by chelseafreak)
    maybe i just don't care
    kewl.
 
 
 
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