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#13
I have been visiting this site for 8 years I'm 23 a huge seagao fan finally made an account & I got y'all beat I'm living that California lifestyle in the USA! Woot woot lol
I have been visiting this site for 8 years I'm 23 a huge seagao fan finally made an account & I got y'all beat I'm living that California lifestyle in the USA! Woot woot lol
I would love to visit California and the afomentioned Chicago one day! They both look like fantastic cities for very different reasons.

BTW, If you ever visit the UK, be sure to visit Manchester over London (or why not visit both?!). It's not as big (which is a plus, believe me, London is too damn big) but still has everything you could possibly want/need. Manchester also makes Time Out magazine's 'Top 10 worldwide cities to visit' list every few years or so (believe it or not)! Just don't go expecting a beach! :) ;)

And, as it's Christmas, I might as well mention that Manchester's Christmas markets are the most searched for and most popular Christmas markets to visit in the whole of Europe. Fact, fans.

I really should work for Manchester tourism lol. And no...they aren't paying me to say all that (I wish).
 
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#14
I have wanted to visit Chicago ever since like '86 or '87 when the whole Chicago House dance music scene kicked off. Rember: there's only one house music and that is real Chi-town house!! :D ;) . They even named a street after cult DJ and producer Frankie Knuckles (RIP) and a few others in the city.

I also want to visit Detroit one day as that is "Techno City" . Anyway...I'll stop boring y'all with music stuff that no one knows about apart from me lol :D

But that amazing skyline though!!! I'm now just imagining all the films that I've seen that have that iconic windy city skyline. 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' comes to mind for starters.The skyline was fantastic then ('86) so god knows what it's like now hehe.

But there's no way I'm going out to Cabrini Green!! That's Southside, right? You can forget that sh*t!! Then again I doubt even Seagal would or your fine self lmao :D ;)
 
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#17
I was wondering where everybody comes from who visits this site:)
I am from the beautiful country The Netherlands (Holland) hahah, I know no one can beat that country but let's try:D

Let me know werer you are from!
Cool. Where in Holland do you live, SteDu? And do you like dancing to that crazy Gabba (which I think translates as "fast"?) sound that they have there in Holland? Bounce up and down like being on a pogo stick?! :D ;)

I hope you know what I'm talking about otherwise I'll sound like a right idiot Haha!! Type "Holland Gabba music" in on YouTube if you don't know what the hell I'm talking about. But I bet your fellow countrymen DiDa and kotegashi will know?! :D :) ;)
 
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I have wanted to visit Chicago ever since like '86 or '87 when the whole Chicago House dance music scene kicked off. Rember: there's only one house music and that is real Chi-town house!! :D ;) . They even named a street after cult DJ and producer Frankie Knuckles (RIP) and a few others in the city.

I also want to visit Detroit one day as that is "Techno City" . Anyway...I'll stop boring y'all with music stuff that no one knows about apart from me lol :D

But that amazing skyline though!!! I'm now just imagining all the films that I've seen that have that iconic windy city skyline. 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' comes to mind for starters.The skyline was fantastic then ('86) so god knows what it's like now hehe.

But there's no way I'm going out to Cabrini Green!! That's Southside, right? You can forget that sh*t!! Then again I doubt even Seagal would or your fine self lmao :D ;)
Yes I do avoid the south side lol but there are plenty of nice areas in Chicago. There is a lot of good music as well, home of the blues!