wink_wonk
03/21/19 07:07AM
Where are you from and what do you love about it?
I'm from Portugal and if there is one thing I truly enjoy about my country is its gastronomy. A lot of traditional dishes can make up for a good time, especially if you're eating in view of one of this country's landscapes that are quite stunning. Couple that with its cultural architecture and you've got a recipe for a refreshing and delightful weekend with your buddies.
Warden_Knight
03/21/19 08:20AM
Honest no fucking joke.
But I was born in Israel, but I moved to England because cheaper housing.
wink_wonk
03/21/19 03:37PM
Crusader_Knight said:
Honest no fucking joke.
But I was born in Israel, but I moved to England because cheaper housing.

Had no idea Israel was that bad. What is it that you love about either country, though?
NeverGU
03/21/19 04:59PM
Venezuela... I wont say anything else... ( S.O.S jk)
Nastylover_III
03/21/19 05:06PM
Germany.
We have some very fine ladys around here...
TheGentleQuartz
03/21/19 10:25PM
Canada. We've had gay marriage for over a decade, legal cannabis since late last year, people are friendly, we have excellent healthcare, low rates of violent crime, good education including admirable literacy rates, few if any venomous species, tolerant and accepting attitudes, some very attractive people, we invented hockey, basketball, the telephone, the zipper, and insulin, and we consistently rank among the top five happiest countries and best places to live. Oh, and we have a lot of dinosaur fossils and created the Canadarm which was used on the space shuttles. Just don't come here in winter.
BeckKum
03/21/19 11:39PM
I'm from the Netherlands. It's one of the most gay friendly countries in Europe, if not the most. I don't do it but weed and prostitution is legal here so that's pretty neat. We have some delicious foods like stroopwafels, and various deepfry snacks like frikadel, kroket and bitterbal. People are overall quite friendly and helpful, affordable healthcare, most people speak English.
We mostly stay out of wars, although one could argue we're just being everyone's bitch.

TheGentleQuartz said:
Canada. We've had gay marriage for over a decade, legal cannabis since late last year, people are friendly, we have excellent healthcare, low rates of violent crime, good education including admirable literacy rates, few if any venomous species, tolerant and accepting attitudes, some very attractive people, we invented hockey, basketball, the telephone, the zipper, and insulin, and we consistently rank among the top five happiest countries and best places to live. Oh, and we have a lot of dinosaur fossils and created the Canadarm which was used on the space shuttles. Just don't come here in winter.


Canada has always seemed like a lovely country to me! The summers worry me more than the winter to be honest. I love cold but hate heat :P
Pyro123
03/22/19 01:00AM
I'm from Mexico and I like the food of my country
wink_wonk
03/22/19 01:53AM
NeverGU said:
Venezuela... I wont say anything else... ( S.O.S jk)

Rest in peace, mate.

TheGentleQuartz said:
Canada. We've had gay marriage for over a decade, legal cannabis since late last year, people are friendly, we have excellent healthcare, low rates of violent crime, good education including admirable literacy rates, few if any venomous species, tolerant and accepting attitudes, some very attractive people, we invented hockey, basketball, the telephone, the zipper, and insulin, and we consistently rank among the top five happiest countries and best places to live. Oh, and we have a lot of dinosaur fossils and created the Canadarm which was used on the space shuttles. Just don't come here in winter.

You don't have to make me more envious than I already am. It was a country of choice for my grandparents when they moved out of Africa during the civil war, but they eventually turned to Portugal mainly because of family. I personally prefer Canada, to be blatantly honest, and many of the Canadian friends I've had were few of the most outstanding people in my life. The country itself seems soothing and has fantastic landscapes.

BeckKum said:
I'm from the Netherlands. It's one of the most gay friendly countries in Europe, if not the most. I don't do it but weed and prostitution is legal here so that's pretty neat. We have some delicious foods like stroopwafels, and various deepfry snacks like frikadel, kroket and bitterbal. People are overall quite friendly and helpful, affordable healthcare, most people speak English.
We mostly stay out of wars, although one could argue we're just being everyone's bitch.


Northeastern European countries are one of the top overall countries within Europe itself. It's a dream of mine to travel the majority of Europe and experience their cultures as much as I can.
NeverGU
03/22/19 01:59AM
wink_wonk said:
NeverGU said:
Venezuela... I wont say anything else... ( S.O.S jk)

Rest in peace, mate.

TheGentleQuartz said:
Canada. We've had gay marriage for over a decade, legal cannabis since late last year, people are friendly, we have excellent healthcare, low rates of violent crime, good education including admirable literacy rates, few if any venomous species, tolerant and accepting attitudes, some very attractive people, we invented hockey, basketball, the telephone, the zipper, and insulin, and we consistently rank among the top five happiest countries and best places to live. Oh, and we have a lot of dinosaur fossils and created the Canadarm which was used on the space shuttles. Just don't come here in winter.

You don't have to make me more envious than I already am. It was a country of choice for my grandparents when they moved out of Africa during the civil war, but they eventually turned to Portugal mainly because of family. I personally prefer Canada, to be blatantly honest, and many of the Canadian friends I've had were few of the most outstanding people in my life. The country itself seems soothing and has fantastic landscapes.
:'c
KabochaCream
03/22/19 02:06AM
I don't like anything about where I'm from.
wink_wonk
03/22/19 02:07AM
KabochaCream said:
I don't like anything about where I'm from.

Is it that bad?
KabochaCream
03/22/19 05:19AM
wink_wonk said:
KabochaCream said:
I don't like anything about where I'm from.

Is it that bad?

Not really, nothing feels all that spectacular.
SnakeinHell
03/22/19 05:22AM
I'm from one of the US States.

The one with the mountains.

That are beautiful.
wink_wonk
03/22/19 05:30AM
KabochaCream said:
wink_wonk said:
KabochaCream said:
I don't like anything about where I'm from.

Is it that bad?

Not really, nothing feels all that spectacular.

I'm sure there's something somewhere.

SnakeinHell said:
I'm from one of the US States.

The one with the mountains.

That are beautiful.

You mean them brokeback mountains?
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