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#1
where is the best place in the world to live? I want to move somewhere after I graduate

I'm thinking the UK, Amsterdam, Sweden, San Diego, somewhere in the Mediterranean
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#2
Contrary to what you'll be told, Glasgow is the best place in the world, and the stabbings are a sign of love. Red is the colour of love.
#3
Quote by TDKshorty
I'm thinking the UK, Amsterdam, Sweden, San Diego, somewhere in the Mediterranean

I hope I read that wrong, otherwise, I hope you realize that none of those are in the Mediterranean.

I, personally, wouldn't mind living in the Netherlands or Canada.
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#4
not newcastle, its totally crap.. nothing going on, nothing at all. its ****, dont even think of coming here, i want to move!
#5
Svalbard, or Greenland. Peace, quiet, and all the seal clubbing you can wish for.
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#6
the place i live is really nice, its just too damn hot! its like im in an oven everytime i walk outside!~!~!~!~!~!

but the winters here are the ****!
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#8
New Zealand would be cool in my opinion
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#9
My favourite place is Surfer's Paradise in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Been there for vacation 4 times, I still think it's the best place in the world, haven't got bored of it yet.
#10
Quote by freedoms_stain
Contrary to what you'll be told, Glasgow is the best place in the world, and the stabbings are a sign of love. Red is the colour of love.


Yes, and Central station is a festival of the divine blackness every Saturday, and outside the Cathouse.
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#11
I live in the UK, and it's not the best

Stop thinking it is

I'd prefer Australia Or maybe California
#12
Sweden's allright. Warm in the summers, friggin' cold in the winters, we haven't got good beer, but that's just a short ferry away.
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#13
According to scientific research, the best place to live in is Norway. It has the highest standard of life in the whole world, measured thorough aspects such as average income, education, health and a bunch of others which I can't be arsed to look for now.

Btw, I always wanted to visit Sweden.
#14
playboy mansion??..
Anyway for me..New Zealand or the UK.
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#15
I'd think somewhere in Scandinavia would be good.


That or Canada.
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#16
i gotta wave the flag for dublin!
dublin,dublin,fublin,dublin,

wat a place!
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#18
dublin ireland that is!
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#20
The UK traditonally has high immigration rates, as demonstrated by the west indian and asian immingration in the 60's and western Eurpeon cultures such as the poles in later times. This has always been a good thing for Briatin both economically annd culturally. However more Polish people are leaving Britain than are arriving daily as they do not want tehir Children to be raised in a country that has lost its way so much.

Who can blame them?

You dont want to come to the UK...trust me
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#21
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Dude, I live in Dubai, I gotta say, its a nice place, you soon get really frustrated with the traffic but then it becomes a part of your life, if you can stand heat then come here. But I got bored here, been here my whole life, it's not bad though, I have everything I need.
#22
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I hope I read that wrong, otherwise, I hope you realize that none of those are in the Mediterranean.

I, personally, wouldn't mind living in the Netherlands or Canada.


Well any of those locations

Contrary to what you'll be told, Glasgow is the best place in the world, and the stabbings are a sign of love. Red is the colour of love.


Well if you live there




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Sweden's allright. Warm in the summers, friggin' cold in the winters, we haven't got good beer, but that's just a short ferry away.


I don't drink, and I REALLY don't like cold weather, 40 Fahrenheit is about as low as I like

60-70 fahrenheit is about my favorite

what about swedens government aid, I know there is like a 70% tax but school, medcare etc is free
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#23
dont say UK...the prime minister is an idiot and the cost of living is through the roof and constantly increasing
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#24
I live in Canada and it's amazing. The country is also vastly different from one coast to another so you're bound to find somewhere you like. That said however, I'm looking for somewhere to move within the next year as well, but I have been in Canada all of my 24 years. Somewhere warm with beaches would be nice...
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#25
Quote by paul_brownell
The UK traditonally has high immigration rates, as demonstrated by the west indian and asian immingration in the 60's and western Eurpeon cultures such as the poles in later times. This has always been a good thing for Briatin both economically annd culturally. However more Polish people are leaving Britain than are arriving daily as they do not want tehir Children to be raised in a country that has lost its way so much.

Who can blame them?

You dont want to come to the UK...trust me
They're leaving because the economy in Poland can support them now. People emigrate for a better life, Poland is getting better so they might as well move back home where they can earn the same wage and live among their friends and family.
#26
Well i dunno about the world..

But Jupiter seems like an epic place to live

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#27
Well I guess it's between Dublin or Norway??

But I want to live somewhere warmish and happy
I don't drive, I guess that's a big factor
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#28
Somewhere to move you say?

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'Til you spend half your life just covering up

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Born in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A.

I got in a little hometown jam
And so they put a rifle in my hands
Sent me off to Vietnam
To go and kill the yellow man

[chorus]

Come back home to the refinery
Hiring man says "Son if it was up to me"
I go down to see the V.A. man
He said "Son don't you understand"

[chorus]

I had a buddy at Khe Sahn
Fighting off the Viet Cong
They're still there, he's all gone
He had a little girl in Saigon
I got a picture of him in her arms

Down in the shadow of the penitentiary
Out by the gas fires of the refinery
I'm ten years down the road
Nowhere to run, ain't got nowhere to go

I'm a long gone Daddy in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A.
I'm a cool rocking Daddy in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A.


Assuming you're NOT already living in the USA (probably assuming wrong) Do Not come here, as we have bruce springsteen...

It seems like most people hate where they live, I'm beginning to wonder if ANY place is good...
#29
Quote by freedoms_stain
They're leaving because the economy in Poland can support them now. People emigrate for a better life, Poland is getting better so they might as well move back home where they can earn the same wage and live among their friends and family.


You are right and i hadn't considered it from that angle, however if this is the case that Poland is on a par with Britain then i hope it is indeed because of Poland bringing itself UP to British standards and not that Britains standards are dropping...............
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#31
Quote by paul_brownell
You are right and i hadn't considered it from that angle, however if this is the case that Poland is on a par with Britain then i hope it is indeed because of Poland bringing itself UP to British standards and not that Britains standards are dropping...............
Being a member country of the EU requires a certain level of economic growth, which they've continued to maintain, thus things aren't as crappy and their economy is worth more.
#32
I'd like to live in Colorado or Europe, both beautiful places.
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#35
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Amsterdam.
Weed is legal there.


As in the whole Netherlands Awesome innit?

I guess I wouldn't mind living where I live, maybe New Zealand, or Swiss..


#36
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Finland, finland, finland. The country where i want to be.


no thanks. no thanks. no thanks, cuz i can't really see,
why you would want to freeze your ass off
when sweden is so close....well....you've got koff....
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#37
Easter Island, although the statues might scare me.

Seriously, Canada.
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#39
Who in their right mind would like to live in Finland? Sweden on the other hand... That's a country I like; gorgeous girls, nice language and good music. Besides, you can buy snus there.
#40
People in the UK will automatically assume that you're an idiot, 'cos you're American, so be prepared to face some initial prejudice. If you can prove them wrong, however, you'll get along just fine.
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