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klee62485 klee62485 26-30 14 Answers Mar 23, 2011

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Both have their upsides, but... "thank God I'm a country boy"!... (at heart)

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I have done the two extremes and like them both. Small town living is what I don't like.

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I prefer to live on the outskirts of a city area.

I do not like living out in the deep country.

The country for me just doesn't offer enough fun things to

do and there is not enough people to meet and so forth.

the city offers more. More job opportunities. More

fun things to do and explore. But> there are areas in

the city that you need to stay away from... because

some areas of the cities have some things you dont want

to be a part of either. Right now I live in more like a

populated suburb. Its a change for me. but I am liking it

for now. Very peaceful and the people here are very friendly

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i take country anyday~city just to busy~strays out crawling all time of night more than cats n dogs~it's way more peaceful

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City living, the country is relaxing, but very boring and lonely.

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I was born nd brought in city. But I luv my country of course.

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I feel at ease everywhere I go. As longs as I'm surrounded by easy-going folk.

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always lived in a city, so i really can`t say

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It's a tough one... I think you want to be wherever the things you love and enjoy are. For me, being able to choose between either whenever I feel like it, would be ideal!

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you cannot fully love one or the other unless you have had both , one enhances the other

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city living for me please ... but not any city.. it has to be a big one ... hubby and I are moving from a smaller town to the big city of Toronto Ontario in ten days ... I can hardly wait!

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I spent 20 years in suburbia, then 10 years in the big city--then 15 in the country. I've been living and working in the big city the past few months and I'd like to live----in the big city! Too much work and too much driving around in the country.



''darrrling I love you, but give me Park Avenue!"

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