Are you bored of your hometown??

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naivesincerity
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Discuss your emotions to your hometown
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I love it, and have no intentions to work/move away from it as I grow old.
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awesome
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like you wouldn't believe..
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Yes. Can't wait to get away from here. I feel sorry for the people that choose to come to our university, though, since they soon realise that they're going to have a very boring three years.
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Before I left for uni, yeah I hated it. There's only a few shops and they're all the same- mainly charity shops, gift shops, and the same type of restaurants. The people are stuck in a timewarp of like the 50's and are very village mentality. It can get very boring but when I've been in a big city for a while I like coming home to it.
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I was bored of mine after 5 mins, i hope to leave and never come back.
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I'm not at all. I love Preston, and could happily live here forever.
However, as it is, I'm moving to Newcastle in May to spend the rest of my life there - and I imagne that being even better, what with there being much more to do.
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Used to like it. Then found that just nothing goes on here - there are only two places worth going on a sat nite in my hometown, and one of them is a **** hole.
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I love my hometown but I wouldn't want to live here for my whole life.
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Mine's crap.

It's a smallish commuter town, so during the daytime it's like a ghost town except you see the odd elderly woman strolling past.

It's got decent transport links though; 45 minute train to London, 20 minute drive to the nearest big shopping mall and a few other shopping areas dotted around it.

Wow, I feel like I'm doing GCSE Geography, talking about my town like that. *shudder*
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It's famous, and cool.
But it gets a bit tiresome after a while. Too many people looking for the meaning of life and hating mobile phones and wifi.

But I know most people, and love the countryside
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I can't wait to move away. I generally, don't mind the village I live in, but the nearest town to me is awful. It's so incredibily dull, infested with loud mouth gobby chavs and there was, until last year, a murderer on the loose killing prostitutes. It's not that fun to live in really.
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I hate swinetown with a passion. It's a hole.
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Yeah I am. I think it got voted the UK's most boring town... twice. It's only really good for the oldies.
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(Original post by cpj1987)
I'm not at all. I love Preston, and could happily live here forever.
However, as it is, I'm moving to Newcastle in May to spend the rest of my life there - and I imagne that being even better, what with there being much more to do.
Newcastle > Preston any day! You'll adore it
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yes, its full of chavs, and my town is obssessed with drinking goshh drives me mad. Its abit scruffy too. im moving when im old enough!
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i wouldnt say i have a hometown.

but after 8 years of milton keynes, yeah i would say i was bored of it.
although now living in cambridge, i do love going back there, thats probably just because all my friends are there, and they have better shops, and i know where everything is etc
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Yes. Can't wait to get away from here. I feel sorry for the people that choose to come to our university, though, since they soon realise that they're going to have a very boring three years.
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Yeah, I wouldn't want to live there after Uni. Enjoying living in another city while at Uni
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