Are you bored of your hometown??

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numb3rb0y
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I hate my hometown so goddamn much. It's hardly fantastic in daylight, and the second that's gone the only thing you can do outside the house is get dangerously drunk.

/can't wait to go to London in September
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#62
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Very.
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(Original post by numb3rb0y)
I hate my hometown so goddamn much. It's hardly fantastic in daylight, and the second that's gone the only thing you can do outside the house is get dangerously drunk.

/can't wait to go to London in September
so i herd u live in leeds. Sorry man. Tough deal.

Where are you going in London, anyway?
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numb3rb0y
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(Original post by Bagration)
Where are you going in London, anyway?
SOAS or UCL, depending on how I do in an interview next week.
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I do very much like my hometown - but the vast majority of my old friends have moved away, and so it feels a bit lonely and isolated.

Aside from that, it's lovely - but you really need to have others to enjoy things with.
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I moved from Nottingham to Birmingham for Uni - so glad I did... apart from family, friends and my football team there's nothing that I miss about it.

I lived there from when I was born for nearly 19 years and I think I've done everything there is to do there and just got bored of it. It does feel 'homely' when I go back and I know where everything is, all the shortcuts to get to places etc but there's so much more going on in Birmingham and places to go. I'd never want to live anywhere bigger than Birmingham though (ie London) that would be too much, drives me mad whenever I have to go there!
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Nishil
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(Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
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

Yeah mos def, without me there that place must be so boring now.
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Most towns across England are more or less the same, unfortunately.
Same crap, different place. Same depressing weather too,lol.. which does not help things
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Where I consider home, I love.
Where I actually live and is technically home, I hate.
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#70
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Yes.
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#71
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i am but then again i wouldn't class it as a 'town' ,more of a place time forgot.
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im incredibly bored and sadened by my home town.

Yes ill miss it when i move away but i think that is because of the memories etc and good times ive had with friends here - but in the town itself its quite sad.

Unemployment is soaring, the town is losing all its good shops and is now just full of:
A. charity shops
B. Phone Shops
C. Hairdressers
D. Tanning places

Pontypridd was once a fantastic place, its got so much history - but it is spiralling downhill and there are no signs of it improving.
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#73
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I love my village, I can't imagine moving very far, if at all.
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#74
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Well I live neat Central London, so no, never... :p:
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lankymanky
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#75
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Bored of Manchester? No.

It has it's problems but I still love it for its culture.
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#76
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I don't think one could ever tire of London.
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Henry JW
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#77
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I can't wait to move away from mine. Some people my age admit it's boring but feel an attachment to it and say they don't wish to move. Never understood this - many get very decent grades and choose to go to an average university because its more local ahead of a better one beyond the county.

There is little to do here. Any proposal is met with complaints by a bunch of old farts who worry it will harm local business, so nothing gets built apart from retirement homes and more houses designed to lure unsuspecting families into an endless cycle of tedium.

The sports centre is good and the churches look nice though
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(Original post by Gemma16)
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!
Which part of Yorkshire are you from?
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well i live near birmingham so no
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#80
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No, though I could do with a holiday.
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