Well, I've always had a love for really cold places, and cities that are big but not too large. Surprising as it may sound, North Dakota is a possible choice. Fargo seems like an appealing city. However, I feel like it wouldn't be a long term residence. Utah sounds nice too, as does Idaho and Alaska.
Oh my, April Fools Day is getting closer.
Wonder what the annual Renegade Fools Day Joke will be.
*Leans toward high ranking members of RIA*
Hail Communist RIA.
Seattle for me, yall. It's literally all I want.
I've always though Connecticut was very pretty. Wouldn't mind living there.
Why would North Dakota be surprising?
I've been to Fargo and Bismarck. I think they're the cleanest cities I've ever seen. Spent about a day in each, didn't see so much as a wrapper sitting around on the ground.
I love every piece of land above water on this planet.
I love it so much I desire to see it BURN!
same here with me no love for my home state Pennsylvania
I live about 3 hours from Seattle ^^
Its quiet and there aren't too many neighbors. There is a lot of privacy and we can have a fire pit and the is trees everywhere
Jute, Tridekia, and Arcticone
We also have a creek in my yard
Meanwhile in The Natural Empire of The Kerguelen Archipelago, out of the total daily number of mall shoppers 97% of them are most likely to be nude.
I also checked my rankings regionally and found that the top 10 nations in the census of Averageness are all Inoffensive Centrist Democracies.
We average Joes/Joettes are so average, we averagely stay away from offensive stuff unlike the unaverage peoples.
Seeing the stars all the time and having a fire pit not surrounded by drunk people will be two things that I will miss when I move to a city. There's nothing quite like it, especially on a summer night.
This is because it is objectively an inferior nation
The Kerguelen Archipelago and Arcticone
Might as well end its suffering.
*Prepares lethal dose of nuks*
I live in Mississippi. It's quiet, the scenery is pretty, and the people are generally very friendly. I also live five minutes from a major body of water so there's a lot of boating and fishing. Overall, I think I live in the best place in the state. But still, I want to get out there and see things.
really, ND would be my second choice for a place to live. It's nice, it's clean, it's quiet, it's cold, it's spread-out, and nobody in the history of ever has wanted to go there on vacation. overall 10/10 state
Oh, it's quiet eh?
*Goes in ND, plays Daft Punk songs at high volumes*
Around the world, around the wooooorld, around the world, around the wooooorld, around the world, around the woooooorld
One of the best songs I've ever heard and its lyrics entirely comprise of those three words in a repetition for the entire video.
Song, not video.
No love for Louisiana and honestly not surprised.
And finally someone tells me my choice of habitation isn't strange! North Dakota all the way!
Me and my best friend used to pitch a tent in the backyard during the summer and just build a nice fire and sleep there, one time my Gran'ma scared the crap out of us...She snuck up on us as we were making smores and yelled loud enough to wake the dead. ^^
Plan on doing the same thing this summer with my gf if things go well ^^
Minus the being scared part :P
The Northern Cresent and Arcticone