I too am from the UK and I've grown bored of this place. I would like to see the more desert-like areas of Arizona in the States. For a living location, I'd probably go somewhere snowy and isolated like Finland or Norway. Germany seems alright to me as well.
Aioi ist zu kawaii, der Reichsführer zu sein.
Ich interessiere mich für Deutschland. Ich lerne den Sprache, aber ich mache noch Fehler und ich kann nicht die Zeitung lesen. Noch…
Ist die Hitzewelle in Deutschland vorbei? Vor einen Monat, war es in England 36C, aber nun ist es wolkig.
Ich glaube das Wetter ist in unseren Ländern sehr ähnlich. Die letzten Tage gab es ein bisschen Regen aber nun wieder Hitze.
Dein Deutsch hört sich schon ganz okay an :3
I live in some shithole in Ontario, I hate it here. It fucking sucks, avoid at all costs. It's nothing but pollution, assholes, criminals, broken transit systems and horrid land zoning. >>107>>116
I hate you people….
Mexico! I'm not tied to one city in particular.
Here in mejico shit seems to be about to hit the fan… for a couple years now. These days a bunch or periodists are getting killed and harassed by the governor of some southern state. And his party is protecting his ass from the "justice" system.
It's the kind of shit one sees all the time in the internet, though when I don't have internet and spend my day out on the street none of that seems to be happening.
Well that's what I can say from Mejico lindo y querido.
>>140>us is bound to be a qt gril.
It wouldn't matter, I won't be able to meet this "qt gril" because I live all the way in Ontario.
You enjoy tormenting me like this, don't you?
Cool to see someone not from Europe, the US or Canada. Hello!
Anyway, what is a 'periodist'? Why are they being killed by the government?
oh sorry I was thinking in spanish there
periodist was meant to be journalist hehehe.
And well, the country is ruled by criminals, so there you have it.
I'm from Brazil, I just want to go to a cozy place where I can be a weeb like glorious nippon, some nice cold place in northern Europe, US sounds good [spoiler]but it's going to shit[/spoiler], Russia as well since they are getting their shit together.
In here people are calling the faggots up north lazy faggots, the lazy faggots up north are being lazy faggots, politicians are stealing money, there are half-naked chicks on TV… y'now, the usual. >>155>Everyone is a girl but me>but me>implying there are boys on the internet
I'm from out in the good old land of California (AKA soon to be Mad Max land), specifically the central valley. It's dry and hot as shit out here. But when it's not, it can be pretty nice. I really want to get out of here and move to the Bay (those rent prices though…) or maybe up to Oregon or Washington.
As far as travel goes, I'd really like to go check out the East Coast, particularly the top half. I'd also like to travel over to Europe in general, and China, Japan, Canada, and South Korea, as far as other places go.
Another brazilian guy here. I like the Brazilian (because of temperature) and want stay.
Tomoko is so cute.
I live in Victoria, Australia. I think my town is the 2nd-largest in the state. The population has been increasing exponentially, over the years. Yet, the infrastructure hasn't caught up. When I moved here (originally, I'm from Melbourne), there were a proportionate amount of cars. Now, there are cars everywhere. Too many. I'm going to move back to Melbourne, soon. If I'm going to live in a densely-populated place, I may as well live in one that was designed with that in mind, and one with access to cosmopolitan shit.
As for what Australia is like, in case some of you are interested, the word I'd use is "Alright". It's alright. Nothing is great, but nothing is bad, either, except for the Summer heat. Only thing I really dislike about it is the strict gun-regulation.
i am from australia, its ok i guess, but we have slow internet, expensive houses and food, but good water.
had this post been only 3 weeks earlier i would have said that we had a meme prime minister but he got kicked out
How much mbps is the speed of your internet?
And the imigrants? Are they a big problem?
I live in the northern parts so it's not to bad here. It's probably worse in the south. But tbh I think the whole immigration problem-thing is kind of blown out of proportion.
2mbps because i am a poorfaggot but most people have around 5
sorry about the double post
geelong right? that place has always been a total shithole, unfortunately melbourne's streets are getting too narrow for the traffic, hopefully all the hippies die in bike accidents in order to de-populate this place. >tfw dont have a car
this country dropped a few places upon losing tony.
god fucking damn it
I'm an idiot. For some reason, I thought Bendigo was the 2nd most populous. I went to Montessori in Geelong, though.
Tony focused on the boats. Malcolm is focusing on women. No-one is focusing on infrastructure. I guess that's more of a local-issue, though.
I'm from southern Maine in the US, which is a pretty boring place- not too much going on around here. The biggest news is that a mayor in one of the towns wants to make welfare recipient's names visible online, and that a kid from my high school hung himself a week ago.
As for country-wide stuff, it looks like it's been covered pretty well.
Like most of brazilians. Here I have 15-25mbps for nice price (25 dollars).>>349
But and the increase of number of crimes?
Sorry is 15,81 (65 R$)
I recently moved to southern maine. any tips?
Depends on where exactly you are. If you're near Portland, you should check out Space gallery- that place almost always has something cool. There are some wonderful places to eat in the area too.
I'm outside of Portland, but I have a radio show on the USM campus so I go in a lot. Whereabouts are you (if you don't mind me asking)?
I'm a polack.Living in Belgiumポレデレルジン
I'm from Argentina. I kind of like it here although it appears that we're condemned to be a poor country.>>184
I like both, I'd love to visit Sweden.
>>477>Grew up in Germany until I was 14
Kannst du noch Deutsch sprechen?
Wie kamst du zurecht als junger Deutscher in den USA?
I'm from the USA. Nothing going on here except the big Black Dragon Roll is being a big Black Dragon Roll, and I'm getting yelled at by mean people on the internet for being American. To be fair though, it's completely justifiable because in my observations most Americans truly are ignorant of the outside world, and it's a shame because it's so god damned interesting. I'm currently studying to be a Japanese translator. I'd like to live in Japan for a few years if possible, and countries I would adore visiting are China, Russia, Germany, Serbia, and basically anywhere else in Slavland. I also really wanna go to Australia, as that place has always been fascinating to me since I was a lad. Just keep me the fuck away from Scandinavia, the middle east, and AIDSland.
Sadly not nearly as much as I used to. Not enough enough to answer this question adequately in German :/ My parents are American and were stationed at the US Air Force Base there, so I grew up mostly surrounded by other Burgerfolk despite living abroad.
that fish and chip cone looks so fucking tasty
Just like some others in here, I am from Germany;
From Northern-Germany to be a bit more specific.
It's alright I guess, but not really where I see myself in a few years.
Ideally I would like to move somewhere in East-Asia, with Japan being on the top of the list (as I am a huge weeb),
but other places like Hong-Kong would be fine too.
So nowadays I tend to study a lot for my Bachelors in CS, and give it my best so that I may get my masters degree in such a country.
It's going good; Recently I'm getting top grades,
but I'm also a bit worried about some minor fuckups in the past that I can't really correct
(a few relatively bad grades from a time I wasn't as motivated when it came to learning)>>477
I spent 2 weeks in Japan, and since then I too have always dreamed of going back (even though it was such a short time).
1 week was spend in Tokyo, and the other in Kyoto.
I really loved it, had a ton of fun!
Some other places I have been to were:
Moscow, in which I got drunk as fuck in some club being coerced to drink vodka shots by the owner just because I told him I was from Germany.
Also semi- high-society life, with a personal chauffeur and an expensive car for a few days.
And the freezing cold of Russian Winter.
Prague, where I hung out with some friends, again getting drunk, and sight-seeing a shitton.
Baby-Jesus was a pretty funny random encounter.
London; Well you can probably imagine it.
Damn I live beer.