North Vs South - which is better?

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north or south of what?
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north or south of what?
UK!
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i dont no why im saying north but i just am
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DEFFO NORTH! great people!! and alot cheaper than south!!
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This will turn in to a thread, 'where do you live' as most people are going to be biased. If it is North/South out of the UK then Lancashire probably qualifies for South.
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ok south.. cus i live here
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This will turn in to a thread, 'where do you live' as most people are going to be biased. If it is North/South out of the UK then Lancashire probably qualifies for South.
well im from Lancashire so im south then lol!
no coz lancashire is north-west so im still north!!
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ok south.. cus i live here
i live in the middle, but id love to live in the south! Accents are nicer, and it has London in it! (south east this is!) either that or very north, eg edingburgh!
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I'm seeing déja vu, 2 threads that were on the forum yesterday have suddenly been re-created. At least show some originality.
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no coz lancashire is north-west so im still north!!
That would be correct then if you are saying out of England
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That would be correct then if you are saying out of England
yer England!!!! gud point didnt think!! LOL
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Where does Brum come?
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Where does Brum come?
erm central so i dunno! lol
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Brum is midlands.

I like it North, here in Manchester there are lots of things to do, it's an absolutely beautifiul city, I'd like to live in London one day though, or maybe an American city, NYC or Seattle or San Francisco.
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I live in the South and although I love it down here I'd move back up north in an instant if I didn't have any ties.
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Brum is midlands.

I like it North, here in Manchester there are lots of things to do, it's an absolutely beautifiul city, I'd like to live in London one day though, or maybe an American city, NYC or Seattle or San Francisco.
i would say the north as they have 2 of the best cities in the world: Newcastle and Manchester.
they are both brilliant cities which i would love to live in permanently when i graduate; though woould prefer to live in newcastle as it has more stuff: bars/shops etc plus the quayside!
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See here, it's been covered yesterday.

http://www.uk-learning.net/showthrea...ighlight=north
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i would say the north as they have 2 of the best cities in the world: Newcastle and Manchester.
they are both brilliant cities which i would love to live in permanently when i graduate; though woould prefer to live in newcastle as it has more stuff: bars/shops etc plus the quayside!
I have no restraint, but I'd have to disagree =P Manchester is about 2.5x larger than Newcastle in commercial terms. Also, our architecture is really quite impressive, with the best skyline outside of London.
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Yeah I see what you mean and having lived there most of my life I just think the whole commercial thing is different there than in Newcastle. In Newcastle all the shops are in a specific area whereas with manchester they are all spread out. I find it hard walking around manchester shopping apart from the main shops on market street.
The Metro centre in Newc is the biggest shopping centre in europe too.
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