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SoftPunch
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Live in an apartment (in a city) or in a rural house?
Personally, I'd always choose first option. I need to hear the noise and feel the vibe in order to feel alive and not alienated.
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Former for now, latter for when i'm old.
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I would love to live in the City! that point you made about feeling alive is so true.

Although the best place to raise a family would obviously be the latter.


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Both.
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I wouldn't mind either of them.
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It'd depend on quite a lot, like what city, how nice the apartment was etc. I'd obviously choose a big country house over a grimy apartment in a bad area of a bad city, but if they were objectively equal (if such a thing exists) then I'd go city.
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rural house, well I'm a country boy I like the green and fresh air around me.
But I will go with cities as big as Nottingham or Leicester, No bigger then that or I will have a pounding headache. :rolleyes:
Personal Preferences.
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If they are worth the same price then the one in the city.
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Country
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City apartment.

Like: noise/business.
Dislike: the smell of ****/no phone signal.
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City. The country is boring, imho.
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City, I don't know how I'd be a scientist by living in the country.
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(Original post by SoftPunch)
You could personally go out and collect different plants and experiment with them to see if they have some kind of healing medicinal properties.
I hate biology
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(Original post by SoftPunch)
YOU WHAT??! :unimpressed:
It's my favourite subject.
Sorry

Chemistry beats it anyday!
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I currently live in a city centre and it's very convenient, with all my friends, shops, libraries and everything else close by. Although my home is in a rural area, just a small town not too far away but still with enough hills and greenery around.

I'd love to live in a rural house just as long as it's not too isolated [[As in, I could walk/cycle to the shops and the train station is only a short while away]]
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City. Always have what you need close to you.
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I live in a rural house but boy do I miss London. Right now my preference would be the city. Mos' def'
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city...
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(Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
Sorry

Chemistry beats it anyday!
Lol sorry softpunch I'm with Plantagenet Crown on this one, Chemistry hands down. :rolleyes:
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Somewhere in the middle. I'd like to live in a house on the outskirts of a city so that anything is accessible if I need it but I wouldn't have to deal with the hustle and bustle all the time because I don't like crowds. Also definitely somewhere with good public transport because I can't and don't want to drive.
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