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ITT: you have enough money to move somewhere else, where do you go?
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  • SwimStar
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    when i was younger i always wanted to live in montreal or chicago, but i've gotten used to my POS town, so i don't know if i could actually permanently move somewhere else. maybe stay for a couple of weeks a month though.

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • Manowarrior
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    I don't know. Maybe back to Campbell or San Jose.

    I don't mind where I currently live much, but the summer heat sucks.

    Congratulations 2010, 2012, and 2014 San Francisco Giants! Beat LA!

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  • 0

    vermont.

    we are all caught in the wordbox
    Way to go, asshole, now we're careening off into space and will definitely die. -.- ~ perfy


  • SwimHero
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    easy, it would be hawaii or miami.

    Janeway Rules!


  • IB
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    japan and austrailia are up there.. I'm not sure if I would

    actually want to LIVE in japan though, and those australian

    wilderness bugs. >_>

    whatevah..


  • Swimuminati
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    I want to live in a different place every 6 months for the rest of my life...

    dude I swear this time is different. I swear before god, buddah, my dead grandma, and asmb. i will never drink again.

    -Phillies 8/15/2016


  • SwimStar
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    ive only ever been to san fernando, but san jose seems pretty cool

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • SwimStar
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    seems like a quiet place tbh

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • Babbling
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    I would stay here and buy a nice house.


  • SwimStar
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    i don't think there's enough money in the world for me to consider living in florida

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • Lord Of the Munge Façade
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    imma just stay here, thanks.

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    Which means I only have two more prizes to claim, plus an image sig.

    So that's where we stand.


  • SwimStar
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    isn't japan like really xenophobic tho

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • SwimNinja
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    Portland OR.

    Or if we are talking so much money I could go anywhere in the world my wife wants to live in Vienna.

    Here in Cloud Cuckoo Land, there are no rules: There's no government, no baby sitters, no bedtimes, no frowny faces, no bushy mustaches, and no negativity of any kind. And there's also no consistency.


  • SwimStar
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    i don't think i could stay in one place that's not here for 6 months lol

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • Swimuminati
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    QuebecElegy said:

    i don't think i could stay in one place that's not here for 6 months lol

    I moved a lot as a kid, so I love it...I love to travel...different is good....I change the furniture around in my place every couple of months 'cause I hate the sameness

    dude I swear this time is different. I swear before god, buddah, my dead grandma, and asmb. i will never drink again.

    -Phillies 8/15/2016


  • 0

    Hell...wait I already live there


  • SwimHero
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    why not? nice place, best weather, and hot women.

    Janeway Rules!


  • 0

    Hogwarts

    "What do you mean lower myself? That's the only thing I've ever been. Just a simple human that couldn't save a little girl" -Edward Elric


  • IB
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    @QuebecElegy It's not as xenophobic as it's made out to

    be... Gaiijin "foriegner" is a stigma that's hard to break

    though. You'd face about the same things a foriegner

    to america faces.. vendors talking to your japanese

    friends even though you're right in front of them etc..

    (even though you speak japanese) theres always

    folks hateful towards outsiders where ever you go..

    whatevah..


  • Toonami
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    Depends: Are we talking about enough money to be set for life or just enough money for the actual move?

    For the former: South Korea. Language barrier be damned, it would be a dream.

    For the latter: New York (the state, not the city). Won't name the exact city for obvious reasons, but I actually am planning that kind of move. Friend that's already up there and I just need to get stuff fully in order first.


  • SwimVIP
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    I would probably stay put. I like NJ.

    Maybe 432 Park Avenue.

    And the Universe said, "Let there be Zeni's YouTube Channel". And so it was. And it was good.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/Zenigundam


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