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Closed Cliquish Cultures vs. Open Social

What's your story? Discussions your reasons for going abroad.

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Re: Closed Cliquish Cultures vs. Open Social

Postby Slick » Mon May 16, 2016 9:21 pm

jamesbond wrote: Winston grew up in a suburb of San Francisco and absolutely hated it. He had no friends and no social life. The people were very unfriendly and anti social. Are you saying the people in the bay area appear friendly to you? How are the women there, are they approachable?


If you're not married and/or have children, you'll have no social life in the suburbs regardless where you go. This is why I stick to urban areas. Just check out what Roosh wrote about the suburbs I highly agree with him.

People in the Bay Area these days are way more approachable than where I live. There's lots of nice people where I live but they keep to themselves and don't open up to strangers (You get my point). Which is one of the reasons why I want to leave Northern Nevada. Also, there's not much to do unless you want to gamble away your bank account and have it donated to the casinos. There's lots of outdoor opportunities where I live but I'm more of a city person. Architecture and man-made structures inspires me and keeps me going (you know what I mean) but I hardly get any of it where I live, which is why I'm drawn to San Francisco. If I can't expat, I'm going to the bay area.
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Re: Closed Cliquish Cultures vs. Open Social

Postby jamesbond » Tue May 17, 2016 11:43 pm

Slick wrote:If you're not married and/or have children, you'll have no social life in the suburbs regardless where you go. This is why I stick to urban areas. Just check out what Roosh wrote about the suburbs I highly agree with him.


Exactly, the suburbs do suck for single people. However, it's very expensive to live in a big city and the crime rate is high in big cities.
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