What country would you move to?

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cupcakes87
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I really like where I live but sometimes I think that I would like to move to another country.
I went to Canada and I really liked it there because of how slow life is there and how nice the people are and how clean it is.
Maybe I will move there in the future.

If you wanted to move to another country, which one and why?
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Norway!! The only problem is its supposed to be expensive

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Thailand - morally lax transsexuals
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(Original post by cupcakes87)
I really like where I live but sometimes I think that I would like to move to another country.
I went to Canada and I really liked it there because of how slow life is there and how nice the people are and how clean it is.
Maybe I will move there in the future.

If you wanted to move to another country, which one and why?
I lived in France for 9 years/ USfor 1 years /Canada for 2 years and Uk for 3 years,and I want to go back to Canada .I love the people/cheap houses it's a nice place to live .
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Norway or Sweden-Beautiful people, beautiful scenery, high GDP and wealth and Scandanavia is generally an awesome place.
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I lived in France for 9 years/ USfor 1 years /Canada for 2 years and Uk for 3 years,and I want to go back to Canada .I love the people/cheap houses it's a nice place to live .

I love how big the houses are and how much land there is.
I also love the weather there.

I visited British Columbia- which part did you live in?
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I went to Canada and loved it, so maybe there.

I'd also love to visit Japan and China, though perhaps not to permanently live.
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Norway. I'd show them my blond-haired, blue-eyed Viking heritage and persuade them to give me my £100,100 :laugh:
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Norway. I'd show them my blond-haired, blue-eyed Viking heritage and persuade them to give me my £100,100 :laugh:
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home is homeeee, nothing can change that
even if home means England -.-
i wana see the world though
i'm ready for something new
even if it's just for a few months
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(Original post by cupcakes87)
I love how big the houses are and how much land there is.
I also love the weather there.

I visited British Columbia- which part did you live in?
I love the weather,the cheap big houses ,I love the Girls as well and the best thing is that Canada is safe there ain't that much of crimes .

Germany is good as well (but I don't like the language) Canada is better for me because the main languages are French-English (I've got familly in Canada)
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(Original post by cupcakes87)
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Smoke and mirrors...
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cupcakes87
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home is homeeee, nothing can change that
even if home means England -.-
i wana see the world though
i'm ready for something new
even if it's just for a few months

I completely agree with you on that one.

Home is Home.
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The US or Canada; I don't think I could go somewhere where they don't speak a ton of English. Not so much ignorance as the fact I am HORRENDOUS at learning languages.
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I wanted to move to the US for a while but I rather like it here.
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If money was no object, south of France to avoid the worst of the winter.
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Germany.
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Sweden or the UK
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Italy, Florence, see my team Fiorentina

Perhaps Germany, Denmark or Finland to
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