I live like humen being))
Nice , I'm glad for you. Would you take a minute to tell me your opinion about a great artist called "Eipril"? If you don't know her look her up, thanks in advance! I respect you and would greatly appreciate your views on her artwork
Yes, you’re racist because Finland is too white because of snow.
Sex shops? Do you mean prostitutes?
countryside with 5000 inhabitants
"and I'm not conservative or racist."
Good to know men)
Somewhere in the Brazillian Russia
i live in Santos coastal town from state of São Paulo in Brazil, in short it is one of the best places to live here
I live in a fjord on the west coast of Sweden. There are farmers and fishers here but recently a fair amount of rich people have built a house and moved here because of the nature. We live maybe 200-300 people here but in the entire commune there are 50,000 people.
I live in Zante an island in Ionian Sea between Greece and Italy . Life is pretty chilled here, ofc it’s an island we don’t have malls - cinemas or stadiums here but we live in front of beach and no stress.
It’s a bit hard if you are 18-28 years old cause nightlife is dead here in winter but I am 37 with family so it’s perfect.
Prague / Toronto
I live in my house very nice place
Dublin but I want to live in Ukraine
i live in Sweden in the county of västmanland (pretty close to Stockholm) as i'm only sixteen i don't really have so much life experience but from what i know it's pretty decent and good way of living here. Althought i could do without it being dark 24/7 during winter times.
we have malls, gyms, universitys, and really any social place you'd want to go to. Generally speaking it's mostly middle/high middleclass and i'd say its a good place to live. My first job here is i'm a fotball referee and my wage is suprisingly good, around 40/50 Euros a game which considering my age im proud of. Currently i don't really what to do with my life so i'll probably just join the army or some shit .
I live in a constant state of fear and misery...
I live in småland brother, I love Finland man, it's unique. With all the lakes over the whole country.
I born here and i die here i guess.
yes i like İstanbul but so many ppl in this city . about 18 million
ur attic, i love the smell of your old toys, and some food would be nice, thank you
I am currently living in downtown Toronto because I transferred to U of T. I used to live in Vancouver. (Lived there for around 5 years)
Villa General Belgrano, Province of Córdoba.
A small and nice city.
I live in Edinburgh and its an amazing place for places and night life but for one year now its boring garbage because of covid.
ChrisJ city, Groningen
And no, i am not ChrisJ
Bangkok, Thailand. I love it here too and planning to stay here after finishing my studies to get a job here. I like the city here, cost of living, the amount of entertainment, friends and relatives, atmosphere. You can live like a king cheaply
+ biggest na ski resort
+ fun, everybody wants to party
I live in my home xxxxDdddDdXxxxddd =Dddd
This dude just listed "rub and tug" massages like they are some sort of rarity and noteworthy of a a city.
i live in Georgia Atlanta but im in Turkey due to some personal reasons for now
I live in Burkit timah. It is part of Holland–Bukit Timah grc. The current ruling party of Singapore PAP (People's action party) has never lost this grc in the election. Most of the people living here are rich and conservative which explains why PAP always wins here. My parents are left-leaning on social policies and right-leaning on economic policies. Most of the families here believe in the same ideology.
It is a natural beauty on the hill. There are very few public housing residences here as most of the residence are condominiums. It is well developed + good transportations + good schools. Though it is far from my university so I live in student accommodation.
From official website for people who don't know about grc -
A group representation constituency is a type of electoral division or constituency in Singapore in which teams of candidates, instead of individual candidates, compete to be elected into Parliament as the Members of Parliament for the constituency.
I live in São José dos Campos, in the state of São Paulo (not the city). It's a pretty good city, actually the 6th best city to live in Brazil. He have a little bit of everything. We have malls, a lot of good restaurants, parks and green areas, a lot of fun in general. It's the major city of its metropolitan region, with about 700K ppl. Its located in a valley, and i live in a high building then i can see the plain and the two mountain chains in both sides, pretty beautiful overall. It's well located too. 1 hour from São Paulo and 4 hours from Rio de Janeiro, ppl say that my city is like the "axis" of both Metro-regions. Climate here is pretty chill. Gets really hot during the summer (more less 30 degrees celsius) and in the winter gets pretty mild (more less 10-15 degrees celsius). Has great neighborhoods, and good places to shop. Overall a pretty good place to live.
I live in Vila Velha, Espirito Santo. Surrounded by awesome beaches, pretty people and has literally everything you desire. The weather is ok (i used to live in Rio, it was super hot there) for my standart. Its a growing city and a low cost, so there are lots of rich people coming here. I actually like it a lot. Unfortunately i spent 18 years of my life in Rio and now i moved here, so i dont know anything or anybody, but at least now im close to my family
I live in a sh1thole place in a sh1thole country
Zip code 90806
I'm dead in Syria ,mens ☹
It's really just boring. Almost completely flat, humid, almost no snow and depressing american suburbia. It's kinda cool to be able to drive an hour to the west and see nothing but grassland for miles, but the novelty wears off pretty quick.
The economy is decent, prices are pretty low all things considered, but I definitely wouldnt want to live here if i could help it.
the cities are way more progressive than you'd expect, but its not really anything worth getting excited about.
living in other places in Finland dosent mean i have to be racist...
i live in Hyvinkää told to be the biggest small town and the smallest city in Finland.
Very calm and when walking in city center you often meet a lot of people you have seen.
I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It's a great city. We have amazing New Mexican food including the famous red and green chile. We have the picturesque sandia (spanish for watermelon) mountains at the east edge of town. Tons of craft breweries and a large university. Our state has amazing areas for hunting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, and skiing. We also have several indian casinos throughout the state, including a few in the area surrounding Albuquerque. It is inexpensive to live here compared to many other places in the US.
Netflix is doing a lot of filming here, and our film industry is growing. Amazon just opened a warehouse here as well. Job opportunities are plentiful for now, although our oil sector took a hit due to recent legislative changes
I live in small town in cornwall but hopefully will move to london soon.
I just moved to Brisbane from Byron Bay (huge tourist destination). It’s hot af in summer but otherwise nice place to live
I am from Yerevan's Malatia-Sebastia district the settlement was founded by survivors of the Armenian genocide from the Turkish towns of Malatya and Sebastia. We have cool places like Urartu stadium and holy trinity church. I am a proud Armenian apostolic Christian with very conservative views.
The real question is not where, but why.
I live in Cologne and got a prison nearby very nice