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What places do you have absolutely no desire to visit?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by GQgeek, Jul 4, 2009.

  1. GQgeek

    GQgeek Senior member

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    LK must have been detained by the special agent of the govt [​IMG]

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    The color of LK's shirt is horrible, but more importantly, who's the girl? His sister? I thought that by his own admission he was asexual.
     
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    republican convention
    democrat convention
     
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    anywhere there isn't a thriving traditional skinhead or rockabilly music scene
     
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    Akron, Oh.

    Abilene, Tx.
     
  5. duchessofmalfi

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    what's with the china hate? has eason scared everyone with stories of toddlers in crotchless one-pieces?
     
  6. Hany

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    I have the desire to visit every single country of this world. For me there are three things that matter in an accomplished man's life: love, work and travelling. The world is yours to discover.

    Australia
    Why? I've been more or less everywhere in the world and Australia has been one of my favorite place.
     
  7. oneeightyseven

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    Portugal is fantastic.

    +1 beautiful beaches, rich history, much cheaper than it's tourist filled neighbor....plus my family is there[​IMG]
     
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    who's the girl?
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    Qu Ying - she's nearly forty but still a beauty. I have her cell number.
     
  9. B2C2V

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    what's with the china hate? has eason scared everyone with stories of toddlers in crotchless one-pieces?

    Not me. China is a fun place to be. I would visit every single country of this world if I can and make my judgment then.
     
  10. Piobaire

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    Good choice there on your part Conne. Many a young Yank, just like you, has ended up battered and broken after drinking too much on a cross border trip, and shooting off their mouths.

    I have no desire to visit places in general, that are below a certain level of civilization. If there's no running water, electricity, or AC in hot areas, I have very little desire to go there. Has anyone seen Ewan MacGregor and Charlie Boreman in "Long Way Round"? That's pretty much my idea of hell, where they're crossing the endless wastes of the former USSR and China.

    Other than that, I think most everywhere has something interesting.

    What's with the Vegas bashing, btw? I had a great time, on my inaugural trip last year. It is what it is, but there's something for everyone IMO.
     
  11. Piobaire

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    +1 beautiful beaches, rich history, much cheaper than it's tourist filled neighbor....plus my family is there[​IMG]

    You're Portagee! That explains so much. [​IMG]
     
  12. oneeightyseven

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    Good choice there on your part Conne. Many a young Yank, just like you, has ended up battered and broken after drinking too much on a cross border trip, and shooting off their mouths.

    I have no desire to visit places in general, that are below a certain level of civilization. If there's no running water, electricity, or AC in hot areas, I have very little desire to go there. Has anyone seen Ewan MacGregor and Charlie Boreman in "Long Way Round"? That's pretty much my idea of hell, where they're crossing the endless wastes of the former USSR and China.

    Other than that, I think most everywhere has something interesting.

    What's with the Vegas bashing, btw? I had a great time, on my inaugural trip last year. It is what it is, but there's something for everyone IMO.


    You big Diva...




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  13. oneeightyseven

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    You're Portagee! That explains so much. [​IMG]

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  14. Piobaire

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    You big Diva...




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    Not even close. I made the decision to never "rough it" again one morning out moose hunting. I've never rolled out of a sleeping bag to find the coffee from last night frozen again.
     
  15. oneeightyseven

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    Not even close. I made the decision to never "rough it" again one morning out moose hunting. I've never rolled out of a sleeping bag to find the coffee from last night frozen again.

    In Canada?
     
  16. Connemara

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    How can you hate on Akron?! The skyline is so imposing! [​IMG]
     
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    Good choice there on your part Conne. Many a young Yank, just like you, has ended up battered and broken after drinking too much on a cross border trip, and shooting off their mouths.
    I am very nice when drunk. Not the fighting type. The Canucks would love me. I'll also add my name to the Detroit list. No desire to go. Same with Camden, NJ.
     
  18. Piobaire

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    In Canada?

    Northern Ontario to be more precise, Sioux Lookout area to be even more exact.
     
  19. GQgeek

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    Good choice there on your part Conne. Many a young Yank, just like you, has ended up battered and broken after drinking too much on a cross border trip, and shooting off their mouths.

    I have no desire to visit places in general, that are below a certain level of civilization. If there's no running water, electricity, or AC in hot areas, I have very little desire to go there. Has anyone seen Ewan MacGregor and Charlie Boreman in "Long Way Round"? That's pretty much my idea of hell, where they're crossing the endless wastes of the former USSR and China.

    Other than that, I think most everywhere has something interesting.

    What's with the Vegas bashing, btw? I had a great time, on my inaugural trip last year. It is what it is, but there's something for every douchebag IMO.


    You're unadventurous. And ftfy.
     
  20. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    You're unadventurous. And ftfy.

    No, I've adventured, and set parameters on future ones. There's a difference. Ever spent a week out moose hunting, living in a tent, when it can get -20C out? Did it for several years straight, and decided if there isn't a hot shower for me, I'm not into it.

    As far as the DB tag goes, if that means I get to eat at Bouchon and the Guy Savoy, colour me DB.
     

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