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    If you had to live in any country/ place for the rest of your life, where would it be? I'd love to go anywhere up north (Scandinavia: Norway, Finland etc.), I wouldn't mind living there forever what about you? :p:
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    Somewhere in the Trossachs of Scotland, probably Callander. Life just seems better when you're there.
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    :cool: Scotland I love the cold countries, and the cold weather in general ;yes;
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    Yeah, I'd probably stay roughly where I am. Maybe some other town, but certainly not leave the UK.

    So that's two (three?) votes for Scotland.
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    I probably wouldn't be able to get around the language barriers in Scandinavia, so I might vote Scotland actually :cool:

    Edit: hooray my 100th post! :party:
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    Hooray for Scotland and congratulations on making your century. You have, quite frankly, a scary amount of rep for your post count.
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    (Original post by -Kav-)
    Hooray for Scotland and congratulations on making your century. You have, quite frankly, a scary amount of rep for your post count.
    thanks

    I got repped by general-something-ity and LPK (I think it was LPK anyway) recently and they have massive reps :eek: :p: (that might be why)
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    Ah yes, that would explain it. Given your general penguinicity, there's every chance that it was LPK, aye. A cunning ruse, that. :p:
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    lol penguinicity:rofl:

    I realise this thread is going off topic
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    Largely my fault.

    By way of reparation, if Callander was off the menu, I'd settle for anywhere with reasonably reasonable weather, mountains that are vaguely hikeable for someone who doesn't want to put that much effort in, plenty of people who speak English, and a wide selection of takeaways/restaurants. And a good pub. And somewhere to buy real ale. And a Tesco.

    Better? :p:
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    yeah better :p:

    I think the last of your requirements are probably fulfilled everywhere :p: lol
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    Scandinavia, preferably Sweden.
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    Scandinavia, preferably Sweden.
    :five:
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    yeah better :p:

    I think the last of your requirements are probably fulfilled everywhere :p: lol
    Hah, that's a distinct possibility.
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    canada.
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    Spain
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    Somewhere in the US, preferably north-east like New Hampshire or Vermont That's the plan, anyway!
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    hmm probably Australia or England.
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    perhaps in Aberdeen, love this city
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    is it overall better to live in scotland or in england?
 
 
 
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