#1
Do any of you fellow pit-goers have comfort zone issues?

I have about a 2 hour drive circle around my location of living in which I feel relatively comfortable in. It steadily keeps getting bigger. I drive for 7 hours north up to Humboldt State University, and felt very out of the way of everything and uncomfortable.

Share your thoughts.
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#3
No. I am a twin. I had to spend 9 months stuffed together in a womb with someone. Being stuffed in a car isnt so bad.
#4
anywhere between Eugene and Santa Cruz.

anything east of I-5 is creepy inland, anything west is a coastal tourist trap.
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My drive circle of comfort ( ) is more around 60 - 90 minutes. But, I don't generally feel uncomfortable or out of place unless the area just generally sucks/is boring.

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No. I am a twin. I had to spend 9 months stuffed together in a womb with someone. Being stuffed in a car isnt so bad.


So am I; I kinda agree.

I only feel at home 1 week in the year, when I am at a 'summer camp' for people who are either blind or have reduced vision (I am of the latter; visus 6/40).
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#8
I'm pretty at ease anywhere to be honest. I really like just going to some city by train and then explore it by foot. I'm in my comfort zone when I'm somewhere nobody knows me and I can enjoy the day without work or uni stuff getting on me titties.
#9
You mean an actual/literal comfort distance?

Not really..seeing as how I can get anxiety attacks in my own house - here is just as good as anywhere.
#10
I can go anywhere really and be comfortable to be honest. Doesn't bother me. The only situation I can think of that would be awkward was if I was the only white guy within 50 miles haha. Hence why I don't go to Swindon.
#11
probably about a 2 mile radius...I'm not very good with unfamiliar places me, although I love exploring.
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#12
proabably a 20 mile radius
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I like going outside of it, my first gig was Muse HAARP at wembley, and that was my first time away from the parents aswel.

I loved it personally, i did the same in Ireland a year later.

But i was with friends so.

I kind of feel it but i'm more of just get it over with, or just get on with it.
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i feel pretty comfortable in downtown toronto, thats a big deal seeing as i live in an extremely sheltered community
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My confort zone is my bed when my girlfriend is sleeping right next to me, or when I'm jamming the dirty basement of my ex-band
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anywhere between Eugene and Santa Cruz.

anything east of I-5 is creepy inland, anything west is a coastal tourist trap.

That's where I live
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I feel uncomfortable in small towns and cities. Bigger cities are more of my thing.


Same. I can't stand small towns. They make me homesick in a heartbeat.
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