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>> No. 1547 Anonymous ## Mod ##
14th December 2010
Tuesday 3:19 am
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No drug hookups. Don't even try to be sly.

Sorry lads, that's just how it is.

>> No. 3692 Anonymous
8th July 2022
Friday 3:07 pm
3692 Japan Tourist Advice
Konichiwa lads, I’m set to be in Japan for two months next July/August. It’s for a work thing but I’ll essentially have 90% of the time free, so I’m taking my girlfriend and making a big holiday of it.

Any suggestions and what to do, where to go? I’ll need to be in Tokyo (Yokohama specifically) for most of July, but apart from that it’s fairly flexible.

Id like to do all the tourist stuff in Tokyo, see Mount Fuji, and for some reason she wants to see Disneyworld Tokyo. Also want to see Kyoto and those deers.

But honestly I’ve no idea apart from that what some less touristy places there are. Any ideas? We unfortunately don’t drive. I’m willing to do some good distance on public transport though, even an internal flight or two.

Both 30, no Japanese skill, into sport, fancy food, history, fashion, animals, tech, drugs. She also loves Pokémon.

(We are both terrible in the heat so not looking forward to that part).
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>> No. 3701 Anonymous
11th July 2022
Monday 9:01 pm
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>That said I don't see why people are snobbish about doing "touristy" things when you are a tourist.

I'm not snobby about it, but I just think a lot of travel experiences are bad because people tend to choose from a short and arbitrary list of overcrowded destinations that are famous for being famous.

Venice is absolutely miserable in the summer because everywhere is rammed with obnoxious cruise ship passengers, the locals are miserable and everything is overpriced. In the winter, it's an absolute delight. The Louvre has miles of absolutely stunning galleries that are mostly empty, but a lot of people will queue for half an hour just to take a picture of a small and unimpressive portrait. The highest-rated restaurant on Tripadvisor is often just the beneficiary of social media hype and you can get better food and service from somewhere lower down the list.

There are challenges to travelling slightly off the beaten track, but they've become a lot less challenging due to technology. You can use Google Translate to take a photo of a street sign or a menu in Japanese and get a vaguely useful translation. If you get lost, you can look up a map on your phone rather than trying to ask for directions in pantomime.

I'd just encourage people to be a bit more thoughtful about what they're hoping to get out of a holiday. We naturally have an impulse to follow the crowd, we want to tick off a list of places we're "supposed" to go, but that doesn't always make for a good experience.

Personally, the memorable highlights of my holiday are always the small things - pissing myself laughing at the crap local telly, trying to figure out what the weird jars are in the supermarket, conversations in broken English with random nutters. I can get those things for less stress and less money by visiting random towns I've never heard of rather than "destinations". Conversely, a lot of people go on city breaks because they think they're supposed to, when really they'd prefer a package holiday.
>> No. 3702 Anonymous
11th July 2022
Monday 11:41 pm
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Yeah, there are a lot of places that are overcrowded and it would be common sense to avoid, but people nevertheless swarm them. But what I'm referring to is more of a general cultural elitism from people who prefer gap yah wanker backpacking holidays or whatever over sitting on the beach drinking Stella, and think they're superior for it. If what you want out of your holiday is better weather to watch the footy in, you're getting just what you wanted out of it.

I suppose a lot of it is tied into the social media, show off type of mindset a lot of people seem to have nowadays. It's as though they're not really going on holiday to enjoy themselves, they're going on holiday to one-up their mates and have the best stories to tell at dinner parties and squash practice (or whatever it is those sorts of people do).
>> No. 3703 Anonymous
12th July 2022
Tuesday 1:28 am
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I also hate twats, and yet I probably am one. My favourite part of a foreign holiday is shopping in the foreign supermarket. Tourist things feel like a theme park, like they aren't actually real, but buying Italian Doritos from an Italian supermarket really gives you that feeling that you're somewhere truly foreign and different. There's probably a sweet spot where you have a memorable experience but it doesn't feel fake and constructed, but I don't think I've ever hit that sweet spot myself. Everywhere has landmarks, but only foreign places have palm trees growing at the side of the road.
>> No. 3704 Anonymous
12th July 2022
Tuesday 11:48 am
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>people who prefer gap yah wanker backpacking holidays or whatever over sitting on the beach drinking Stella, and think they’re superior for it

Your points would be better made at those people then and not random people looking to make the most of their time abroad.

You fucking peasant.
>> No. 3705 Anonymous
12th July 2022
Tuesday 3:24 pm
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If you felt attacked, maybe you should think about why, ladm7.

I wasn't aiming at any of you lot, just rambling at nobody in particular.

>> No. 3664 Anonymous
11th March 2022
Friday 9:32 pm
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Is there 'owt to do in London? Preferably something on the cheap side for a date?

I've tried looking online but it's all uninspired and out of date list articles. I'd like somewhere to take the girlfriend but I'm running out of ideas after the not-so-secret underground bar and most of the obvious options can be ruinously expensive.
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>> No. 3687 Anonymous
13th March 2022
Sunday 8:32 am
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>They like it when you make an effort

And maybe, just maybe, in this bid to make an effort, you might ask some other lads on the internet for ideas about things that could make you seem a bit more worldly in That London and impress her a bit.

It's a first date, lad. Chances are you know very little about the lass in question by this stage, that's the point of going on the fucking date. You spod.

Anyway you don't need to lecture me about success with women, I'm the lad who recently renounced my faith in the church of chub. I fancy myself as rather the ladykiller after that.
>> No. 3688 Anonymous
13th March 2022
Sunday 12:33 pm
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OP here, that wasn't me. I've been avoiding this thread as you're clearly a sad-cunt after the chance the browbeat someone rather than to give suggestions that might be useful to me or other people who might look to /map/ for things to do in London.

My girl is foreign and likes theatre, museums, chocolate, is in medical training and might be a workaholic in any other culture but her own. I've been falling for her because we're great together; she makes me laugh, she's caring, she gets giddy when I'm affectionate, when I'm with her I'm more patient and hopefully her work ethic rubs off on me and yes, I want to put my willy in her. Even if it doesn't work out with her I'll obviously need date venues in future won't I, cunt.
>> No. 3689 Anonymous
13th March 2022
Sunday 2:30 pm
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> I can't believe I'm explaining this to (presumably) a functioning adult, but women like it when you take an interest in them. They like it when you make an effort.

Why does this need spelling out.

Even if you're just after a casual shag for the weekend, you're likely not going to get it making no effort at all. Except if the lass is drunk or she just doesn't care or she somehow sees an absolute sex god in you.
>> No. 3690 Anonymous
1st May 2022
Sunday 3:19 pm
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>Ride the Emirates Air Line (people who ride the London Eye given this option are proper mugs)

Emirates has been ruined by developments, you end up with a nice view of an industrial estate.

It's not free (£14) but there's a relatively unknown Garden Museum near Lambeth Bridge, you have to deal with 131~ steps on a medieval spiral staircase but the view from its tower is amazing and a real gem that gives a panoramic view along the Thames and on the opposite side towards Canary Wharf. Keep it a secret though because it's only a thin spiral staircase with a rope so if someone is coming down you'll have to turn around.
>> No. 3691 Anonymous
3rd May 2022
Tuesday 12:41 am
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I did this today and can confirm it's pretty good, although there's a fair amount of people smoking crack and shooting heroin down the canals near Camden Market which is a growing trend I've noticed. The Pembroke Castle nearby is pretty good for food when you're done smooching, surprisingly cheap.

>> No. 3595 Anonymous
11th April 2021
Sunday 4:42 pm
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How do you find shared flats in London? I looked online and there seems to be conflicting recommendations with some services even charging a fee.

The overall impression is it's a minefield even with a global pandemic on. I'm not a chancer looking to pay pennies for a palace, when I moved to the London from my parents house I started renting a studio flat for myself, a nice place but not somewhere you can really take a lass back. Cost is what it is but I didn't want to fuck about with nightmare housemates when I was getting serious with my career. Years later and I was planning on buying a house this year but will need to do at least another year of saving on top.

As an aside, it also seems tacitly demanded that I'll need to join board game nights - all the ads from my last look implied this. I mean being social is fine, I'll have a brew and maybe do dinner some nights but is this some kind of filter or code?
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>> No. 3659 Anonymous
8th November 2021
Monday 6:05 pm
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Bit of water's always nice.
>> No. 3660 Anonymous
8th November 2021
Monday 6:36 pm
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Depends on what there is to do in the evening / weekends in that area. If that is London, I would say NW is a much nicer postcode to live in than E.
>> No. 3661 Anonymous
13th November 2021
Saturday 5:11 pm
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For an update Waterfront was a tease; was ready to sign but had to agree a time to meet the other housemate that they never got back to me on. It really is like dating.
NW had odd vibes, the guy started talking about it not currently being a joint-tenancy and he had his desk set-up in the living room which struck me as a power-move.

Going to get up early to go look around a flat that would be sharing with a 45 year old gay man tomorrow. Not really what I was looking for in being social but I don't want to be stuck in a months time without a place secured. Anyway, something I've noticed is that there are A LOT of flats with gay men - most are pretty obviously are picking only gay housemates which is annoying considering how many places that cuts out.
>> No. 3662 Anonymous
14th November 2021
Sunday 7:58 pm
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>a nihilistic-hedonistic attitude of "fuck it, if I catch HIV then so be it"

Those were almost the exact words of Freddie Mercury in the early 80s. Asked by a close friend what Freddie thought of that worrying new disease and if he was making sure he protected himself, Freddie allegedly flung up his arms and said, "Darling, fuck it. I am doing everything with everybody". This was at the beginning of his solo phase as a musician, when he was frequenting all the renowned gay clubs and bars in New York City, which was an epicentre of the early HIV pandemic. And that's probably where he got the virus at some point.
>> No. 3663 Anonymous
18th November 2021
Thursday 8:39 pm
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So I just put down a deposit on a place. The new housemate is sound and the location is fun albeit one of those joke houses that is a conversation on a conversion, he's spending most of his time at his girlfriend's or looking at places to move to in a few months.

Anyway after my new housemate took the ad down I realised he has a mezzanine above the kitchen/living room rather than walled a room upstairs. I didn't think to ask because it seemed so illogical for him to live there. For Fucks Sake.

>> No. 3603 Anonymous
17th September 2021
Friday 8:38 pm
3603 Thailand
I’m moving to Thailand soon, I’ve spent a few months the there, and years in other Asian countries with similar climates and cultures, so I’m not too worried. Any experience of living and working there?
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>> No. 3636 Anonymous
20th September 2021
Monday 7:55 pm
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>Why are you lot having a cunt-off?
It's what we do.

Roses are red
Violets are blue
We're both cunts
And so are you
>> No. 3637 Anonymous
20th September 2021
Monday 8:48 pm
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"Polish expat" clearly means an expat from/of poland. That's really basic English.
>> No. 3638 Anonymous
20th September 2021
Monday 8:52 pm
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> Why are you lot having a cunt-off?
Why shouldn't we, you pillock!
>> No. 3639 Anonymous
20th September 2021
Monday 8:52 pm
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And "Irish ex-pat" means she's Saoirse now.
>> No. 3640 Anonymous
20th September 2021
Monday 8:56 pm
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I just typed Polish Expat in Google. Mirth.

>> No. 1277 Anonymous
4th July 2010
Sunday 1:26 am
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Awright lads. Anyone fae Edinburgh?
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>> No. 3529 Anonymous
6th August 2019
Tuesday 2:27 am
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I don't know why, but I've always loved the OP image.

She seems like a fun night out.
>> No. 3530 Anonymous
6th August 2019
Tuesday 2:50 am
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She seem like the sort to call me a daft Sothern cunt, and threaten to glass me if I don't down that drink and snort some speed off her tits. Guess I have to now, would be rude not to.
>> No. 3580 Anonymous
9th September 2020
Wednesday 1:12 pm
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>Anyone get up to much during the Fringe this year?

Bumped for the non-existent 2020 audience.
>> No. 3581 Anonymous
10th September 2020
Thursday 9:35 pm
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When this thread bumped again I remember vaguely I wrote this post but was surprised it was only last year I was expecting at least 3. I can remember posts from years before much more vividly. Funny how memory works.
>> No. 3602 Anonymous
1st August 2021
Sunday 8:21 pm
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>Anyone get up to much during the Fringe this year?

Bumped for the yet again non-existent 2021 audience.

>> No. 3584 Anonymous
1st November 2020
Sunday 1:03 am
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I’ve been saving up to buy a place of my own but, living in London, there’s no way I can actually afford anything in the city. Well, anything that isn’t just a lease on a place that costs as much as a four bed anywhere else or a 40k parking space.

Now that working from home is a permanent possibility I can and probably should look at places in the rest of country. Just so long as there’s a direct train to London. It gets complicated when you factor in the lockdown though as my understanding is that you probably want to try living somewhere before you buy which would certainly be a task at the best of times.

Do you lads have any suggestions or tips to help narrow down a search?

I don’t fancy moving back to my hometown and studied in student towns so I’m open to suggestions on areas I can look to live. Would say I have about 25k saved so far but not averse to saving up more (I’m factoring my parents vague offer of money as just covering cost of moving). What I’m looking for is a decent flat for 1 in a city where I can meet someone and where I don’t need a car – living in London I’ve neglected ever sorting the licence but could should pull my finger out.

So far I have:

Edinburgh seems popular here going by past threads but I’m unsure if they’ll do independence or I’ll get shit anyway for being English.

Inverness has the problems of above but is much cheaper where you get breathtaking scenery because you essentially live in Iceland. Its adventurous anyway.

Liverpool I've enjoyed when visiting and have mates in the North West but the market looks altogether quite shifty on the leases they offer. Cheap though.
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>> No. 3590 Anonymous
9th February 2021
Tuesday 9:51 am
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visit, rent, buy.
>> No. 3591 Anonymous
9th February 2021
Tuesday 10:33 am
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By buying rushing into a property you could end up wasting far more than six month's rent.
>> No. 3592 Anonymous
10th February 2021
Wednesday 3:07 am
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>just buy a property that thereby saves thousands of pounds and doesn't lock me in a 6 month contract

You're often locked in for longer when you own a place and need to sell it - don't believe any of the hype about how long it takes to sell a house, end-to-end; 6 months is pretty good.
>> No. 3593 Anonymous
10th February 2021
Wednesday 9:59 pm
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I don't think its possible to accurately judge anywhere at the minute. Take Cardiff for example, in OP's list - one of its stand out 'traits' is the atmosphere, big events/weekends, clubbing etc. Right now that is nowhere to be seen. You would get an almightily shit impression of the place if you booked a city centre flat for 2 weeks at the moment. But it goes for anywhere.
>> No. 3594 Anonymous
11th February 2021
Thursday 4:18 am
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Were it not for the you-know-what, last Sunday would have been one of the best weekends of the year. The best day out I've had was when Ireland were in town in 2019. Even in defeat, their travelling fans know how to have a good time.

>> No. 987 Anonymous
19th December 2009
Saturday 2:39 am
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I know there's at least... 4(?) here.
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>> No. 2016 Anonymous
31st January 2012
Tuesday 10:30 am
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Thame-worker reporting. Hope I'm not too late...
>> No. 3531 Anonymous
9th January 2020
Thursday 1:19 am
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It's very expensive here.
This thread is more than a fucking decade old.
>> No. 3532 Anonymous
9th January 2020
Thursday 8:57 am
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So are you.
>> No. 3578 Anonymous
14th August 2020
Friday 2:59 pm
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i wonder if the lads who posted in this thread before you even remember this place
>> No. 3579 Anonymous
14th August 2020
Friday 7:27 pm
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I lived on Cowley Road in 2012 but didn't post in this thread

For a while, though, I thought >>1032 was me

>> No. 3555 Anonymous
24th June 2020
Wednesday 1:19 pm
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How much money do I need to live comfortably in London?

I'm seeing wildly conflicting figures online, from £30k to it not being worth it on less than £100k

I'm worried that corona is skewing things currently. How hard is it to find a flat share with reasonable people? What's the pre-corona price range for a flat or a nice share?
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>> No. 3573 Anonymous
26th June 2020
Friday 1:39 pm
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Bottom always made me interested in Hammersmith. What's that like?
>> No. 3574 Anonymous
26th June 2020
Friday 3:26 pm
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A bit shit, but if you go a few tube stations down towards Turnham Green it becomes a whole lot nicer.
>> No. 3575 Anonymous
26th June 2020
Friday 4:01 pm
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Only vaguely apropos, but I've always wanted to see a version of The Inbetweeners set in an inner-London school. The series would predictably end early when the boys get stabbed to death by a gang of Somalis at the end of the episode where Simon gets wanked off at an underage disco.
>> No. 3576 Anonymous
26th June 2020
Friday 5:44 pm
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I'm still surprised they got away with showing that. I get the feeling it'll feature in some future version of "It was alright in the 70's"
>> No. 3577 Anonymous
13th July 2020
Monday 7:30 pm
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I don't get the hatred towards south London. Areas like Peckham are now getting hipsterish real quick. As there are still poorer spots you can get fair rent there and still be relatively near the centre.

>> No. 3533 Anonymous
6th April 2020
Monday 3:29 pm
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Lads, I'm without a job. Being a developerlad, I'm not too worried about finding another one, but I might have to move, and I don't know where I should go.

I'm thinking of London or Manchester. There's more to do in London, and I think there'd be more to do in London, but I'd be a bit better off money wise in Manchester. I don't know how easy it is to meet new people in either of them.

Have any of you lived in both? Could you tell me what it's like to live in them?

Are there any good cities I'm overlooking?
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>> No. 3550 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 10:43 pm
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Not Op, but in a similar problem.

I'm from a shit northern town, looking to escape the shit northern life, so I've got myself a job in zone 1 and shouldn't be hurting for money.

Only issue is that I'm moving down in september with the bird, and finding property available then is a nightmare. Is there something about the london market that makes lettings so immediate? Can any of you lads help?
>> No. 3551 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 7:37 am
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Anon just to add some balance.

I'm from Manchester and moved to London for work (though ironically back in Manchester for a while because of Corona) and living in London changed my feelings about the UK. Sure, you can probably find close to, or most things, that you want in Manchester but London is a completely different ball game. It's expensive to live there because the good jobs are there in abundance and it's a place worth living in. I'm never bored on the weekends, there's always something going on or something to do. In normal times you're a tube ride away from the airport to go on a weekend break somewhere or further afield, the networking is great and there's always weird quirky shit you can do, go to Viktor Wynd's Museum then stroll round Hyde Park on the way home - what a nice Sunday.

There are of course downsides, mainly the standard of living and the cost of it, but to me it makes it worth it, but I'm not over 30 and looking to settle down so that might change things significantly.

Compared to living in Manchester as well it blew my mind how little rain London gets. It might be grey, but that constant unending drizzle doesn't seem to exist in the same way as it does in Manchester and makes me significantly less depressed. London has it's rough areas, but it has also been gentrified (and don't shoot me Corbyn-lads, but I don't think improving areas is a bad thing, we can't stay stagnant for fear of some people being left behind because they like their shitholes shit.) so there are a lot of nice places everywhere. In Manchester you kind of have the city centre bit then outside of it is really just scarred post-industrial towns and villages like Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Bury. None of them are bad places, but none of them will make you look back on your deathbed and feel like you've been living. Again, London has their grim areas, but they still feel significantly less shite than up north.

Finally if you're looking for a partner, London seems to have great choice, there are lots of ambitious, young, driven people from all over the world all crammed into one crazy city with money to spend. What's not to like about that?

My vote goes to London. I could never contemplate living somewhere like Manchester permanently again.

I don't know how Corona has impacted it but London lettings move fast, you have to just go with your gut I've found. There's too many people, too much competition and you don't have the days to ponder it like you do elsewhere. It's a bit of a risk but if you sign six months you can always look to be moving out.
>> No. 3552 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 7:40 am
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>go to Viktor Wynd's Museum
I fingered a girl's bum in there. The bar staff gave us funny looks when we left as there's obviously CCTV. She bought me a turkish dinner after.
>> No. 3553 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 7:41 am
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A truly great place.
>> No. 3554 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 8:03 am
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I am in general happier and more financially secure living up north, but every time I go to London I wish I lived there again. It really is just a lot more interesting. But up here I have a reasonably large house with a private road leading to it and some gardens and land - I could not hope to afford much more than a shoebox in streatham for the same sort of money, and as my main hobby is car fiddling which requires space, I have made my choice to settle up here.

If my career goes the way I intend, I will probably end up back down there in some suburb.

>> No. 3520 Anonymous
26th July 2019
Friday 5:13 pm
3520 How to get across Wales in a straight line
This popped up in my youtube recommendations and for some reason it reminded me of you chaps.

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>> No. 3523 Anonymous
26th July 2019
Friday 7:47 pm
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Haha I was high and watching this the other night, would happily binge this. Within the first few minutes I think he almost gets run over. Good call avoiding the river though, the bridge was the better bet.
>> No. 3524 Anonymous
26th July 2019
Friday 8:15 pm
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Or, depending on how you want to define "country", Gibraltar. The obvious but wrong choice would be Sark, which is tiny but unfortunately part of Guernsey.

There's also that bit at the top of Norway which is pretty thin. Start at the top of the hill and you can more or less roll down to the coast.
>> No. 3525 Anonymous
26th July 2019
Friday 8:45 pm
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I don't think the bridge was the better bet. It looked dicey as fuck and if he'd gone in he'd have had no chance with his gear on.
>> No. 3526 Anonymous
26th July 2019
Friday 8:48 pm
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Sealand. Just walk across the room.
>> No. 3527 Anonymous
29th July 2019
Monday 10:14 pm
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Part Two's up:

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>> No. 3509 Anonymous
26th May 2019
Sunday 12:54 pm
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What do you lads think of Malta as a place to live? Rent for a one bedroom flat on the smaller and less popular island of Gozo is apparently only 300 euros a month. E.g:


Surely there must be hidden fees not mentioned? I can get a work from home job that pays the UK minimum wage and live like a king (by my spartan standards) in Malta without even having to work 5 days a week.
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>> No. 3515 Anonymous
27th May 2019
Monday 12:15 pm
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It's a great place to live, but quiet and in the summer, very very hot indeed. You might get bored with it being so hot. It is indeed quite a cheap place to live.

If you can get work (there are quite a few local internet companies) that isn't tourism based, you'll live okay.

I am half-Maltese and have visited 20+ times - I will probably get a place there when I retire. If you're younger, I would certainly try living there for a month before you fully commit, particularly if you don't have a job.
>> No. 3516 Anonymous
27th May 2019
Monday 4:26 pm
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Can you comment on the womenfolk?
>> No. 3517 Anonymous
27th May 2019
Monday 5:03 pm
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Beautiful when young, but as a previous lad says, they get fat and just wear black all the time. Malta is actually the fattest country in Europe.

>> No. 3518 Anonymous
27th May 2019
Monday 5:18 pm
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>Beautiful when young
Okay dude.
>> No. 3519 Anonymous
30th May 2019
Thursday 1:08 am
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The difference between obesity rates in Malta vs the UK is as far as I can tell about 2% I'm not saying that makes the Maltese less fat but we are hardly in a place to be critical.

>> No. 3485 Anonymous
18th March 2019
Monday 2:14 am
3485 Meetz
Moving to London next week. How about we the schedule the annual inaugural .gs pint meet for next weekend? BE MY FRIEND
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>> No. 3504 Anonymous
22nd March 2019
Friday 11:53 am
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There is a board game cafe in Croydon might be something a bit different for you to do together.
>> No. 3505 Anonymous
22nd March 2019
Friday 7:05 pm
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I suppose it could work but I was aiming to get away from the pub this time which is precisely what makes this difficult. My thinking was more taking her all the way to Cutty Sark to see Pirates of Penzance as a last ditch option.
>> No. 3506 Anonymous
22nd March 2019
Friday 7:05 pm
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Canal pusher upgrading to the Thames.
>> No. 3507 Anonymous
23rd April 2019
Tuesday 10:00 am
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I'd be up for a meet.
>> No. 3508 Anonymous
23rd April 2019
Tuesday 11:27 am
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>> No. 2259 Anonymous
29th August 2012
Wednesday 7:31 pm
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Anybody in Wakefield?
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>> No. 3480 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 10:31 pm
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Congratulations lad, this is possibly one of the best necrobumps I have ever seen.
>> No. 3481 Anonymous
12th March 2019
Tuesday 10:48 pm
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fuck off ossett lad
>> No. 3482 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 1:24 am
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N1 m8 don't know wot it me

Or at least I think it was me. I was definitely here in 2012.
>> No. 3483 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 2:19 am
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>N1 m8 don't know wot it me
Maybe come back in 2025 and you'll find out.
>> No. 3484 Anonymous
13th March 2019
Wednesday 6:50 am
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Fortune Cookie in Dewsbury, but that's because it's hard to find somewhere round here that does decent tofu dishes.

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