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    (Original post by icn06)
    I consider all the little variations in landscape, architecture, slang, food, etiquette and so on to be cultural differences... and there are definitely differences.
    Oh yeah, in that case yeah, there are differences. It's kinda hard for me to imagine an American craving British food, though, when everyone knows that Americans have the bbbeeestest ffoood in the entire world and their burgers rule, nom-om-om :coma:
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    Born in Spain to an Italian mother with an English father lol. I grew up here though (from age 3 onwards).
    lmao nice man :five:

    did you learn italian or spanish? :rofl2:
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    (Original post by Dynamitri)
    Oh yeah, in that case yeah, there are differences. It's kinda hard for me to imagine an American craving British food, though, when everyone knows that Americans have the bbbeeestest ffoood in the entire world and their burgers rule, nom-om-om :coma:
    The clue to where Hamburgers come from is in their name.
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    I don't know yet, it depends on where I like when I travel. It also depends on where I can get work, how well I do with the language, if i'm in a relationship at the time, quality of education. Stuff like that. Though as it stands I like the idea of: USA (Either NYC, Cali or one of the north-eastern states), Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Spain (Barcelona only), Switzerland or Sweden.
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    (Original post by tom//)
    lmao nice man :five:

    did you learn italian or spanish? :rofl2:
    Haha, neither! Well, pigeon Italian. My mum had moved to England when she was very young with her family so she couldn't speak fluent Italian either (better than me though). Then she met my dad in Spain whilst she was working as an au pair, had me and moved back to the UK soon after.

    Pretty complicated lol!
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    New york, with a rich husband so i can shop all day hahaha
    Only joking
    Paris, Milan or Madrid, because I can speak all of them languages fluently and I love it in them cities.
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    Haha, neither! Well, pigeon Italian. My mum had moved to England when she was very young with her family so she couldn't speak fluent Italian either (better than me though). Then she met my dad in Spain whilst she was working as an au pair, had me and moved back to the UK soon after.

    Pretty complicated lol!
    nice man :five:
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    (Original post by Dynamitri)
    Oh yeah, in that case yeah, there are differences. It's kinda hard for me to imagine an American craving British food, though, when everyone knows that Americans have the bbbeeestest ffoood in the entire world and their burgers rule, nom-om-om :coma:
    I can't say I've ever craved British food, but I do find it interesting lol And the best burgers come from Hardees (orgasmic milk shakes as well)...YUM!
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    Where to: The US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.
    Why: Crap weather and pretty much crap everything. I've always wanted to get out of the UK.
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    (Original post by somethingbeautiful)
    Why: Crime & injustice
    what makes you think that doesn't exist elsewhere?
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    (Original post by Reue)
    A nice town in America where all the neighbours know eachother and hang out lots, where you can leave your house unlooked all the time and nothing is ever stolen simply because noone would ever buy the stolen items.
    you can get that in the UK.
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    (Original post by Pocket Calculator)
    what makes you think that doesn't exist elsewhere?
    Grr, people are going to keep asking that aren't they?

    I'll quote myself rather than repeat:

    Lol I'm aware of that. I'm sick of it happening to me here so it feels like any where else would be better. I'm allowed to have hope, even if it's baseless.
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    I love this country. People are far too unappreciative.

    I'd kill to spend my 20's in Manhattan though.
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    (Original post by Dozzer_Cufc)
    The clue to where Hamburgers come from is in their name.
    Could it be .. HAMBURG?! :zomg:
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    I think, once I get the grasp of their language, I could see myself living in the Netherlands as I have family there and go there a lot. It's easy to say US, Canada, Aus etc but I don't know if I could adapt to such a different way of life soooo far away from the UK.
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    (Original post by Lefty Leo)
    Could it be .. HAMBURG?! :zomg:
    Yep, that famous American city...:rolleyes:
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    But, loads of people say that all the problems in this country, if you changed the names, they could really easily apply to any country in the world. You don't see things like dissatisfaction with the government on holiday.

    But,
    Australia. Possibly.
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    (Original post by Dozzer_Cufc)
    Yep, that famous American city...:rolleyes:
    http://www.hamburg.mi.us/

    Hamburg, Michigan.
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    (Original post by blondesemolina)
    There's nowhere else I'd rather be. I love England and the whole of Britain.
    And I've been to the US, Canada, Australia and many European countries... I truly love Britain the most. I can't actually understand people's reasons for moving unless they utter a small phrase beginning with 'Gordon' and ending with 'Brown', but fingers crossed he'll be gone with the next election.
    It isn't just Gordon Brown. The powers of the state versus the individual in this country are increasing and the election of the Tories won't solve this fundamental problem. Britain has ceased to be a Liberal country (a long time ago) and is now fully Statist.

    As for me, I intend to go to the US or Singapore.
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    I love it here. Except for the tax. :dry:
 
 
 
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