QUOTE(Chiyo @ May 1 2006, 03:20 PM) [snapback]388951[/snapback]
There is nothing wrong with the food...we just have smaller portions and less 'added flavours'
And as for the weather well....okay its kinda grey, but I've heard it rains often in places like Seattle.
Added flavors? Does that mean nobody uses spices in England?
The rain. I love the rain but after this winter season here I think I can live without lots of rain for a while. I've thought about Seattle but it's gone the way of SF. Too many people moving there and the city has lost a bit of it's flavor.
QUOTE(popogeejo @ May 1 2006, 03:23 PM) [snapback]388952[/snapback]
I asume Canada isn't an option but how about Maine?
I've been thinking of Canada too but I'm not sure how they feel about me bringing my cats along. Shouldn't be a problem but you never know. Maine I wouldn't mind because it's the land of cheap lobster but I hear there are republicans up the ying yang there.
I'd go work on a lobster farm for a while but I don't know if I could live there for a long time without going on a shooting spree.
Is the English accent cute? Well it would be if I kept you away from inner cities and Wales.
Indeed. The Welsh accent is appaling. So is the Scotish one.
I'm a sucker for most accents actually.
QUOTE(Keoni @ May 1 2006, 03:25 PM) [snapback]388953[/snapback]
@Envy's little Miniskirt Nah, Amsterdam isn't all that..
True, you can get high there without getting in trouble, we have great beer too and it's a really pretty city. But the weather there sucks just as bad as in England * got completely soaked today*
It seems like a cool little easy going city and I like how everyone gets around on bikes I could get into that. Sure the "coffeshops" are a plus but then again I live in California so that's not a big selling point for me.