What's your favorite U.S. city?

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  1. Coho

    Coho Senior member

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    Definitely S.F. It's the only city that allowed me to bike around the city nude. It's also a city where I can visit to get some pussies and go back to the neighboring barrio living as a pristine conservative. [​IMG]
     


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    Definitely S.F. It's the only city that allowed me to bike around the city nude. It's also a city where I can visit to get some pussies and go back to the neighboring barrio living as a pristine conservative. [​IMG]
    if i ever encounter you nude on a bike rest assured i will be reaching for a weighty object and throwing it at you.
     


  3. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    Non Poll: Santa Barbara
    Poll: NYC
     


  4. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    Generally speaking, I find American cities to be a massive amount of similarity.
     


  5. tiecollector

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    Generally speaking, I find American cities to be a massive amount of similarity.

    Depends, some cities recently you can magically be transported to the 3rd world on a dime.
     


  6. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    Depends, some cities recently you can magically be transported to the 3rd world on a dime.
    San Diego perhaps? Or Detroit though perhaps New Orleans is another contender especially after the hurricane. I don't know why Fresno is on that list.
     


  7. tiecollector

    tiecollector Senior member

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    San Diego perhaps? Or Detroit though perhaps New Orleans is another contender.
    Well 60+% in LA don't speak English. In Arcadia even the Indian people I know thinks it is too much like India. San Diego, despite its proximity to Mexico, is still quite nice. I'm a big fan of smaller towns. I like some of the gold mining towns around Sacramento.
     


  8. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    I think some of the Eastern seaboard places can be charming in a scenic calendar/Thomas Kinkade kind of way.
     


  9. tiecollector

    tiecollector Senior member

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    I think some of the Eastern seaboard places can be charming in a scenic calendar/Thomas Kinkade kind of way.

    Yes, it looks fascinating. I plan to take a trip out there this summer. I chose San Diego but I totally forgot about how much I liked Seattle. The Pacific Northwest is very mystical to me.
     


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  11. audiophilia

    audiophilia Senior member

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    I really like Chicago, Seattle, Boston, Vegas and parts of LA, but for me, there's NYC above all. No comparison. A totally unique city. It has everything. If I had a spare million, I'd move in an instant.
     


  12. yachtie

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    OK- what thug-wannabe voted for Detroit?

    mink?- ok do tell...
     


  13. jpeirpont

    jpeirpont Senior member

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    NYC, Boston wasn't listed but is second.
     


  14. Huntsman

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    Depends, some cities recently you can magically be transported to the 3rd world on a dime.
    Detroit has that effect.
     


  15. jpeirpont

    jpeirpont Senior member

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    Detroit has that effect.

    Miami
     


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