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I am...just year here...in London
only a year so you live in Russia.What part
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What part
lived on the south..Rostov on Don...near Black sea
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lived on the south..Rostov on Don...near Black sea
Oh you say lived What you dont live there anymore
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Oh you say lived What you dont live there anymore
my parents...they got job here so I had to come with them...I don't wanna be here, never wanted..
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lived on the south..Rostov on Don...near Black sea
Rostov - that's near Jaroslavl isn't it? My great-aunt was born there.
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my parents...they got job here so I had to come with them...I don't wanna be here, never wanted..
Why not?Is it that bad here.I know exactly how you feel
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Rostov - that's near Jaroslavl isn't it? My great-aunt was born there.
It is
Cool...Does he speak russian?
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It is
Cool...Does he speak russian?
Yeah he says he's Latvian
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Rostov - that's near Jaroslavl isn't it? My great-aunt was born there.
Do you suffer from split personality disorder?
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Why not?Is it that bad here.I know exactly how you feel
how can I feel? I had friends, ralatives..I started to plan my future education..job... My language, my food, my home....
Now nothing...I 'm too tired to start new life over again...I hate moving...Nowhere is my home


And I don't like London!...especially weather
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Yeah he says he's Latvian
Latvian is not russian anyhow.
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how can I feel? I had friends, ralatives..I started to plan my future education..job... My language, my food, my home....
Now nothing...I 'm too tired to start new life over again...I hate moving...Nowhere is my home
I really know how you fell.My dad was in the navy so we moved all the time constantly never as to the extream though.I lived down south of England in Plymouth I actually made friends it's pretty hard to do when you are so used to constatnly having to move and adapt.Yeah you must have it hard you've moved to a completely different cultural enviroment.I've put up with it though I still hate manchester it's not home the northern people are so different also.have you moved alot then. I told my mum she should buy a caravan we moved that much.Do your parents like their jobs and London.Is'nt London awful I went there for a day a couldnt wait to go leave.
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Latvian is not russian anyhow.
Yeah I know that.I said to him Do Latvians speak Russian,he said no they dont but he does.Do you think he's a liar?
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Do your parents like their jobs and London.
My mum loves this city and he'd like to stay here forever.
My dad wants to move somewhere, but still doesn't know where.
Their job...never asked...I think they do like it.
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Do you think he's a liar?
I 'm not judge
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My mum loves this city and he'd like to stay here forever.
My dad wants to move somewhere, but still doesn't know where.
Their job...never asked...I think they do like it.
Have they not asked you how you feel about it here
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When it is already decided you don't need to ask.
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Have they not asked you how you feel about it here
I think you should tell them.How would you feel about going back to russia and living with a relative?would you miss your parrentsif you did?
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I think you should tell them.How would you feel about going back to russia and living with a relative?would you miss your parrentsif you did?
I told before now I can't come back...and I'll never do so...
It's the past...my past tears, pains, smiles, love and hate. There was everything...But if I'll come back it ll never be as before...

I need escape one more time and maybe i'll happy...
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When it is already decided you don't need to ask.
Wow! I see you do as your told and you dont get a say in the matter.
Ha I've always been a rebell.sorry it's not funny.You should just tell them how you feel you should get some support.If you are unhappy then you need to ask.Regardless.
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