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What is your opinion? and reason.
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Sydney! All designers in one building, thank goodness for the Queen Victoria Building!
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on north pole-U know how quite is there,no 1 to disturbed except penguins&polar bears.
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there is already a post on this: http://www.uk-learning.net/t35124.html
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on north pole-U know how quite is there,no 1 to disturbed except penguins&polar bears.
LOL
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on north pole-U know how quite is there,no 1 to disturbed except penguins&polar bears.
there are penguins at the north pole?
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there are penguins at the north pole?
No, they only live in the Southern Hemisphere.
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No, they only live in the Southern Hemisphere.
thought so
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Iceland.
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Luton
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A village somewhere....
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on mars :cool:

(Yes, please dont reply about the factual error that mars is technically not a place in the world)
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on mars :cool:
Do you get on with martians? :cool:
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London. Heritage, city bustle, great facilities - all you could ever need!
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London. Heritage, city bustle, great facilities - all you could ever need!
you forgot to mention: pollution, expensive and bad transport, the rude people, crime, drugs ......hmmm did i miss anything out

I think I'd rather live in New Zealand, the home of Lord of The Rings
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Australia.

good weather, good standard of living, accent no where near as anoying as a kiwi accent.
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(Original post by purplerainbow)
you forgot to mention: pollution, expensive and bad transport, the rude people, crime, drugs ......hmmm did i miss anything out

I think I'd rather live in New Zealand, the home of Lord of The Rings
New Zealand is not the home of the Lord of the Rings. That prize goes to East Lancashire:

http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...705028498.html.
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Sydney! All designers in one building, thank goodness for the Queen Victoria Building!
Your in the wrong state then love
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(Original post by purplerainbow)
you forgot to mention: pollution, expensive and bad transport, the rude people, crime, drugs ......hmmm did i miss anything out

I think I'd rather live in New Zealand, the home of Lord of The Rings
All cities are polluted, the rude people are endearing, the transport underrated, you do drugs if you want drugs, I've never had any run-ins with criminals and expensive is the price you pay for such a fine city!
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On a remote unpopulated (apart from a handful of shaolin monks) mountain in China, living off the land and becoming a kung-fu master

And no, I haven't tried it, nor have I lived everywhere in the world, so I can't REALLY say that it's the best place in the world to live
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