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I moved to a rural area at the beginning of summer (so I know no one) and haven't been able to get a job either.

I'm not too bothered by it really though, I've been catching up on my reading, walking the dogs, bike riding, taking photos, swimming and sewing my jeans as skinny as I can get them. And of course spending an inordinate amount of time on the internet but what can you do?
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My social life sucks.
I have super strict parents who suck even more.
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There are advantages to being in the country. It's generally not full of faceless turncoats. It's healthier. You can run and cycle easily. You can grow stuff.

On the other hand, there isn't much to do and it takes half an hour to walk to the nearest station.
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I live in a pretty small town. It's rubbish and all my friends live in big cities and are having so much fun.
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Yes, lol. I blame my town and my love for all things technological
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Despite my best intentions, and perhaps due to my fairly isolated position (I live in a rural area, and fellow males of my own age are few and far between for at least 5 miles), my social life is awfully desolate. I almost never 'go out', and my summer thus far has been a long slog of sheer boredom -- I attempted to get a job, but have not recieved a reply (and there aren't many places to get jobs in the countryside). A lot of people I know seem to have a whale of a time all year, and yet I cannot rear myself from solitude.
I do not crave advice, but merely to find solace in hearing the troubles of others, and occasionaly, comfort may be found in the knowledge that others may find themselves in a similar position to one's self.

So, is there anybody out there in a comperable conundrum to me?:confused:
where do you live?
how old are you?
are you home schooled?
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there should be a lonely ruralites society
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(Original post by eulerwaswrong)
where do you live?
how old are you?
are you home schooled?
Heard of the north and south divide?
If you can, and you hate it so much, move down south.
If you can't go down on trips south and make some friends there.
Good Luck.
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(Original post by mosesff)
Heard of the north and south divide?
If you can, and you hate it so much, move down south.
If you can't go down on trips south and make some friends there.
Good Luck.
what?
whats that got to do with my post
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I do
people suck
they Don't make new friends
bound to be a loner forerver
least i have GCSE's.
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I have had a generally boring August, the only month I spend at home. I prefer working 14 hour shifts at uni during the summer than being at home where there is nothing to do, the night life is crap and a lot of friends have moved away now!
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(Original post by eulerwaswrong)
what?
whats that got to do with my post
Sorry, I was referring to the OP's post.
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Yep.
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