So I'm moving to Louisiana!

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  1. mkrater

    mkrater Uber Alumni

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    Yeah... I thought pony friends would be welcoming to everybody, but I suppose that's not always the case. :(
  2. squishypon3

    squishypon3 Post Master General

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    Oh pfff.. Nah they probably will, there's a couple here where I live, a place that I describe as the hipster south, as it's actually in Indiana... But boy, people act completely different than I expected for a northern state, though it's probably because it's a small farming town.
  3. Remy561

    Remy561 Post Master General

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    Goodluck moving!! And yay for better internet!! :D (Glad that that is not a problem in my country)
  4. tatsujb

    tatsujb Post Master General

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    it's really beautiful. AND you'll get into the Carnival habbit (it's prepared all year long).

    I've visited new orleans five times. (hopefully you get to go there).

    there's a cafe there called "Cafe du Monde" go there. it's off the tits.

    also shrimp and lobster galore.

    Unfortunately hurricane katrina ravaged the two-century old french wooden houses, so now stand in their stead replicas but it's still damn beautiful.
  5. kvalheim

    kvalheim Post Master General

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    I wonder what it's like living somewhere that isn't perpetually overcast with miserable clouds
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  6. squishypon3

    squishypon3 Post Master General

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    I wondered the same thing for many many years..
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  7. thetrophysystem

    thetrophysystem Post Master General

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    how is it once you aren't?
  8. kvalheim

    kvalheim Post Master General

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    The sad part is I live in the "sunniest" city in Scotland
  9. nofear1299

    nofear1299 Active Member

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    Yaaaaa.... That's the thing I don't like about UK/Europe, perpetually overcast -_- Although travelling must be the bomb **** it is so cheap.
  10. cola_colin

    cola_colin Moderator Alumni

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    Oh there is a big difference between the UK and Europe in general.
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  11. squishypon3

    squishypon3 Post Master General

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    Yep I can agree with this, as I've lived in both countries. (UK and Germany, as well as Italy at one point. :p )

    The UK is in a perpetual state of rain and cloudiness, it also never snows for some reason where I lived. (Dumb gulf stream)

    Germany however did get snow during the winter and was quite warm in the summer; it also didn't rain neeearly as much.
  12. nofear1299

    nofear1299 Active Member

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    Ah, yes, I heard it is most of Europe? Unless it is only the far western bits. IT'S WHAT I HEARD!:( excuse my ignorance :D
  13. cola_colin

    cola_colin Moderator Alumni

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    I guess from your point of view we have no sun at all anyway xD
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  14. Abaddon1

    Abaddon1 Active Member

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    The instant you move out of one of those places its all oppressive sun, bright light with sunburns and overheating. I honestly wouldn't recommend it.
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  15. Geers

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    When you step outside you immediately feel a strong urge to collapse!

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