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I'm born and bred in Manchester, but I moved to Liverpool a few months ago. AMA
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what part of Liverpool? I've lived in Dingle and been to many other parts.

And which accent do you prefer? I love me a scouser.
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Blue-nose Bast**d

Just kidding... Greetings from a fellow Manc.
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what part of Liverpool? I've lived in Dingle and been to many other parts.

And which accent do you prefer? I love me a scouser.
I'm in Kensington. And no, I hate the accent over here.

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I'm in Kensington. And no, I hate the accent over here.
No hate please.
Is tourism more prominent in Liverpool or Manchester?
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Which do you prefer, toenails or fingernails?:holmes:
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No hate please.
Is tourism more prominent in Liverpool or Manchester?
Manchester by far. A lot more people come to visit Manchester as there is a lot more to do and has a much bigger airport. It just feels so much busier and there's people from all over the globe back there. Liverpool is mostly local Merseyside people.

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I'm in Kensington. And no, I hate the accent over here.

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Manchester by far. A lot more people come to visit Manchester as there is a lot more to do and has a much bigger airport. It just feels so much busier and there's people from all over the globe back there. Liverpool is mostly local Merseyside people.

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But what is there to see (in Manchester)?
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But what is there to see (in Manchester)?
Go to Beetham tower, Deansgate shopping and bars, Salford Quays, the Etihad stadium, Trafford centre.

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Why is Man United better than Man City?
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Go to Beetham tower, Deansgate shopping and bars, Salford Quays, the Etihad stadium, Trafford centre.

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The tower and Salford Quays I will give you (Salford not Manchester though, like me saying go to Crosby beach.)
- shopping is not a tourist attraction
- If you don't like sport then stadiums are out.

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Why is Man United better than Man City?
You're late.
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Hello ! Fellow Manc here. Whereabouts in Manchester are you from? Was only ever in Liverpool for one weekend decades ago, but I thought the people were so lovely and friendly.
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Oh and can I say, as a United fan, how genuinely pleased I have been with City's success over the last few years. A city the size of Manchester needs more than one successful team.
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(Original post by Cityfan93)

Go to Beetham tower,

Just a skyscraper, the only one in the whole of Manchester, embarrassing when compared to American cities


(Original post by Cityfan93)


Deansgate shopping and bars,
Vastly over-priced, pricing the average Manc out tbh.

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the Etihad stadium
Absolute dump, no history in the club and the surrounding area is a post-industrial ghost-town, OT is a better bet by far.



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Trafford centre.



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Nothing unique about that, just a shopping centre, one in most cities these days.
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I'm in Kensington.
How are you finding Kenny? :lol:

I lived there until I was seven and I remember they were promising a proper revamp. They're still promising it. :lol:

Also: Are there any aspects of Liverpool you like more than Manchester? I agree Manchester offers a lot more as a whole, but are there any specific parts you prefer?
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And no, I hate the accent over here.

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Also, damn, why you gotta be so harsh. :cry:
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Hello ! Fellow Manc here. Whereabouts in Manchester are you from? Was only ever in Liverpool for one weekend decades ago, but I thought the people were so lovely and friendly.
I'm from Fallowfield. And I agree that people are friendly over here, but it's not as easy as Manchester to make friends. All my mates are back there and I'm stuck here.

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How are you finding Kenny? :lol:

I lived there until I was seven and I remember they were promising a proper revamp. They're still promising it. :lol:

Also: Are there any aspects of Liverpool you like more than Manchester? I agree Manchester offers a lot more as a whole, but are there any specific parts you prefer?

It's not a good area of Liverpool, but I had to move here because of financial constraints, rent is very cheap here. And that is probably the part I prefer, that rent is cheaper in general.
I do really miss how multicultural Manchester was, when I went on the 142 bus just being around people from all over.

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Also, damn, why you gotta be so harsh. :cry:
It's barely audible

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