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post #16 of 133
I have perpetual wanderlust...thankfully my job gives me a decent amount of mobility. I'm starting to get sick of maryland and am going to start looking into jobs abroad. I was thinking spain or perhaps a large asian city. I think I'll still come back though...I think I'd want my kids to grow up in the states when i get around to having some.
post #17 of 133
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why in Asia and where exactly?
I want to teach English there. No idea where, not much of a planner. Need to get my shit together I suppose.
post #18 of 133
I would like to give another country a try; but, I would not want to leave forever.
post #19 of 133
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I have perpetual wanderlust...thankfully my job gives me a decent amount of mobility.
+1. Luckily for me, living/travelling/working abroad is looked upon very highly in my industry.
post #20 of 133
I've already done it and there are also many other places I'd move to in a second, if I could transfer my current standard of living there.
post #21 of 133
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I've already done it

so how is it? from where and to where did you move? got used quickly?
post #22 of 133
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so how is it? from where and to where did you move? got used quickly?

The world over, most people are idiots. No matter where I go, I'm already used to it.
post #23 of 133
None of the answers appeals to me. I'd like to emigrate for a couple of years, but would probably want to return. Perhaps to the US, or Londen, I don't know really, which makes it less likely to happen.
post #24 of 133
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why in Asia and where exactly?
I think he just wants to move in with Matt.
post #25 of 133
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I think he just wants to move in with Matt.

That's not me, that's Kyle.
post #26 of 133
I don't think I ever will. I like to travel (though I haven't done it as much as I'd like), and I did live for a bit in Germany and enjoyed it. Still, America is my home, I like it, and there's a lot to do and see here, so I'm pretty happy.
post #27 of 133
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The world over, most people are idiots. No matter where I go, I'm already used to it.



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I think he just wants to move in with Matt.

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That's not me, that's Kyle.

yeah, smth is definitely going on between those two

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by the way somebody said Spain. that's the country i'd like to live in for a while... especially in Barcelona
post #28 of 133
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yeah, smth is definitely going on between those two
Matt 's me.
post #29 of 133
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Matt 's me.

it was really hard to stop him talking about you and pay a bit of his attention to me looks like true love. are you ready for serious relationships, kyle?
post #30 of 133
Live somewhere else forever, yes.

I really do think it's over for the US. That said, I want to be able visit when I have to bury my parents or siblings. Otherwise, yeah, I'm checking out.
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