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    Hi People,

    I was wondering what type of place you would go to when your feeling down? And what would you do to make you feel better?


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    For me I go somewhere quiet in the countryside, living 10 minutes from the Peak District makes it easy I guess. Nothing beats chilling on a huge edge with no tourists round


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    It would be my bedroom, because it feels like it's my own little place, where i can think things over
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    (Original post by RussMack)
    For me I go somewhere quiet in the countryside, living 10 minutes from the Peak District makes it easy I guess. Nothing beats chilling on a huge edge with no tourists round


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    Nothing beats it, right! You should try Snowdon if you haven't already!
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    (Original post by Balloon Baboon)
    Nothing beats it, right! You should try Snowdon if you haven't already!
    Oh hell yeah, I have one or two of my favourite photos from that place! It's a long way to travel for me (150 miles, just shy of 3 hr 45m) but I do want to take a pair of trainers there and give it a run! Kinder Scout is closer for me that's my current favourite
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    (Original post by FlameHazeHannah)
    Hi People,

    I was wondering what type of place you would go to when your feeling down? And what would you do to make you feel better?


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    I know what you'll all think but..

    KFC.

    There's nothing more comfortable than getting KFC from a drive thru, parking across three bays and watching something on YouTube while munching away.
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    (Original post by RussMack)
    Oh hell yeah, I have one or two of my favourite photos from that place! It's a long way to travel for me (150 miles, just shy of 3 hr 45m) but I do want to take a pair of trainers there and give it a run! Kinder Scout is closer for me that's my current favourite
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    +Rep for you sir!

    The UK has some amazing places indeed!
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    In front of my pc - nothing feels better than going on a killing spree in the virtual interwebs; Counterstrike:GO.
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    My bed. If I have my laptop and cats up with me then that is even better.
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    Nothing better than pooping in your own toilet. :smug:

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    My room. I then proceed to get a pen and paper out wnd weite everything thats bugging me down and any solutions. It really helps and i feel so much happier afterwards
 
 
 
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