Discussion in 'General' started by Jackel, 13 Dec 2002.
Fine. I'll take my leave permanently.
I lived there for a short time, and have been back many times. It's a beautiful country. England is a complete tip in comparison. I'm outta here ASAP!
Right, and you're wondering *why* that's happening?
Just because you're having a bad day, you're happy to turn your back on a forum which (let's face it) has treated you pretty bloody well over the preceding months?
You know forums as well as anyone, if you're having a tough time of it then you should know that, if you don't want to end up in an argument or whatever, don't post till it's settled down a bit. People ain't going to treat you with kid gloves and stomping off and taking your ball with you doesn't do yourself any favours.
I was there from when I was 6months -> 4 years old at the time, so no I don't remember a fat lot of when I was there on a permanent basis.
Been back every other summer since though, for a few weeks at a time to see relatives, and the more I go the more I love the place. Everyone's so much more friendly, the place is SO tidy, things are cheaper and generally more relaxed, and biggggggggggggger!
Calgary is where I go/used to live, but have been to Toronto, Banff springs, vancouver island, Jason... lots of places.
It's really a cross between English and the USA, which is great for me.
And the country side over there... need I say more?
Winters are especially cold, as cold as -20*C, but summers are great, +30/35 alll summer.
I'm plenty happy where I am.
Boulder, Colorado, USA.
Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take you
Bermuda, Bahama come on pretty mama...
Sorry, I couldn't help it and I thought this thread needed livening up a bit.
Edit - my spelling sucks.
eeyyy bah gum lad, dont make me send the cloth cap brigade after yee
RULE WEST YORKSHIRE
Calgary? Isn't that where Matrix Orbital resides?
Indeed it is, relix
hmmm i would like to move back home to London and back in Dulwich by the park, mmmmmm home.
however Boston in America is my 3rd home,I love Massachusetts.
Canada was excellent fun too.
i see myself working and living in Boston when i'm older, do my PHD at Havard
don't worry Sam, I still sing "On Ilkley moor bah t'at" to remember where I'm really from
I just have this thing called "the sun" and "dry days" and "suntans" and stuff that I hadn't been aware of before I came here
we have sun occasionally
& we have propper takeaways unlike over there, nice greasy chippie
propper greasy burger vans
oohh & curry houses
Low crime = Bonus
No rednecks = Bonus
Guns = Ermm (well we have 3 here so its not a problem in itself, but gun crime = bad)
I might visit Dallas some time soonactually, my Uncle lives in Memphis and works in Dallas and Houston, and he said once I save enough money for the air fare (and spending money, of course) I can go stay there for a while which would be great since I've never been the the US before, and I also have relatives in Georgia and Charlotte so plenty of places to go and visit with free accomadation providing I don't wreck the place or outstay my welcome!
The US is cool but I'd love to travel the world. THe only foreign place I've been was Japan back in 1990 so I remember very little of it (I was 7 years old).
I wouldn't mind moving back to my house in Warwick... Nuneaton blows tbh
I'd love to move to somewhere in the US some day with my girlfriend and open a lil record store and do nothing but go to punk rock gigs etc... BLISS.
That and Japan, we all love Japan!
I have always wanted to live somewhere in england or germany. I don't know why, I have never even been there, but I only had 2 life goals when I was a child, to become a scientist and to live in englend
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