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i love it
this is my home. where my roots will always be, no matter where i fly <3
Mostly I like it. It’s a small town with a close community and trustworthy people.
I live in one of the best cities in the world.
I’m surrounded by some of the best people in the world.
But I hate where I live.
Because it’s home to the person I hate the most: me.
Absolutely love it^^
Because I can either choose like it or not and while I am already living in it so why don’t I choose the first option 😉
Plus IT IS an amazing city
no. It’s hard to be a stranger in a small town, but I have a wonderful boyfriend and we have made a beautiful home and we continue to make the best of the situation we’re in now. It won’t always be this way.
I love it. My small town has a part of everyone’s soul who lives in it, and knowing that a part of my soul is flying somewhere here, gives me hope (yes i had to do the cliché..)
Well, here’s all my friends and I’m afraid what will happen to my relationships if I ever move to another city or town – though I don’t see myself living here for rest of my life, I’ll be gone in five years I assume.
In the wintertime, I love the city I live in. I have made many friends.
During the summer months, I do not like this city. It’s miserable to be so hot all the time.
This city is unreal to explore. So many places to visit, so many beautiful views. It’s just a shame that the people who built the infrastructure were so incompetent, and the council cannot take initiative to get anything done.
My City Is The Greatest In The World!
It is a simply fantastic city. One of the top 5 in the world.
But I don’t like it here, because it isn’t home.
becasue its home..
I love it because it is home but in the long run I think I have out grown it and need some place new.
yes, because it is the perfect mix of beautiful nature and city life. Also all my friends and family live here ^_^
I hate it.
It’s not where i’m meant to be.
No. Dear god, no. I hate this city. Absolutely hate it.
Everywhere I go, I don’t want to go home. Every time I leave this dreadful city, I feel new and refreshed and like wherever I am is where I’m meant to be. In other places, I’m able to get up in the morning, feeling rested and relaxed, instead of panicked from the moment I wake up. I should not have to wake up scared. That’s not okay.
I hate this city honestly. Nothing interesting, & absolutely nothing worthwhile. The ppl are a bore, & sorry to say, uneducated. I want to move back home where I belong but I feel things have changed and have I. This wouldn’t have happened if I hadn’t been brought here against my own will.
i think it’s one of those most interesting and magical cities in the world. i have so much affection for this place. it will always hold a huge place in my heart!
It’s small, it’s unknown, it’s country.
I love it. Everyone isn’t trying to impress each other, they’re just being real.
I like it. I complain about it: There’s not enough public transport, they’re building flats EVERYWHERE, etc etc. But it’s where i grew up, bad and good times there. I love it.
No. I need to get out. At all costs. Or maybe that’s my own mind.. I can’t run from that.
Bah this one got me… I actually don’t notice my town because I’m used to it. (: It’s like.. natural. People speak my language, places are familiar…
I sometimes long for other – faraway – places where I’ve felt like home. Here I feel like, though I live here, my spirit is elsewhere. Looking to expand beyond! Probably time to follow my spirit! (:
I’m from ohio but go to school in kentucky. i love it here so much; i have formed such a family through college and church. there’s so many more opportunities here than in my hometown; i actually want to stay here for a while after i graduate
I have lived in my hometown all my life and I have always loved it. This is where my family is, my close friends who are my other family. I’m Filipino, so this is where my ‘Filipino group’ is. I would feel so lonely, but I do often yearn to have the experience to live elsewhere. I love this town, it is one of the top cities to raise a family, one of the smartest cities, downtown is awesome, so many places to go here, and so many things to do. I don’t see myself living here for forever, but I know if/when I do leave for a while, I can and will always come back here
Reminds of the story about the traveller meeting 2 people coming out of the same town.. one hated it, the other loved it…
I choose to love where ever I live, because I am responsible for how I react to everything in my life, and how I live and my happiness… why choose to be miserable…
I may not be able to control what life throws at me, but I am responsible for how I react…
What’s not to love, I live in London.
I absolutely hate it because this town tore me away from my closest friends
I love my city. I just wish I would be less of a wimp and go out when it’s dark.
When I first saw this question, I thought no way because it seems boring sometimes. But as I think about it, I love where I live. I have my friends, my boyfriend, and my family all close by. I have my favorite places to go. I’m planning to relocate in a few years for better job opportunities for the career I’m going into, and as much as I complain about where I live, I’m going to miss it when I leave.
Absolutely not, because nobody in my blood family has ever been daring enough to move out of it.
It’s a big city, but the amount of pollution, poverty, and violent crime drives the living cost way down. I love it though, simply because it’s so easy to just fade into the background and be invisible
I love it because this is where my family lives. It is familiar. It feels safe.
I would like to move away, however, and see the world for a bit. But, then, I’d like to end up settling down here again near to my family.
i live in New York City (though i go to school outside Little Rock, Arkansas).
i love new york. i don’t know how i’d be able to really live anywhere else; everyone always dreams of living in new york, and when i’m feeling bad, i just remember that i was born and raised in the capital of the world– where everyone wishes they were– and that i’ll always be a New Yorker. though i do think i’d like to try living in other places, i feel as though i’ll end up in nyc. there are little things that tourists and some transplants don’t notice, like new york solidarity and hospitality. it exists, believe me. after 9/11, everyone was bonding with each other– life went on, but there was a warm, more loving feeling in the air.
this city is my home. always has been, always will be. i love it.
THAT PIC IS IN SAN DIEGO! THATS WHERE I LIVE AND I LOVE IT!
Though it costs a lot travelling to places from ours, I still love where I live. It’s peaceful and you can get along with the people.
I love where I live! It’s only a small village, but it’s probably one of the most culturally diverse places in the world, and has everything that I dreamed would be in paradise. I only get to stay here for two years…and when I leave, I know that my heart will break just as much as if I were losing a lover.
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