Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by juanparty, Jan 4, 2011.
hi i'm from Monterrey Mexico and you?
Rotorua- New Zealand
But I now live in Melbourne- Australia.
I am from Ancient India.
I was born in the foothills of the Himalayas.
But whisked from that paradise to England before I knew what was what.
Born > Portsmouth, England
Grew-Up > Auckland, New Zealand
Currently > Fareham, England
Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri.
born on the coast of India, moved between countries till I was 9
Lived in: Overland Park, Kansas
currently living in Herndon, VA
New York, USA
I was born and raised in the beatiful city of Guayana in Bolivar, Venezuela - the best city in the world - currently spending sometime in Houston - Texas, very awesome city too.
nice!! diversity is always good, come on girls and guys don't be shy!
Born ansbach germany, lived in alabama colorado utah eugene and tualiton oregon. Currently live in sherwood OR but am moving to houston texas this summer
On the bigger maps you can barely see it.
could we have a name for the place, Sir. Somewhere in Uttaranchal? the Kumaon ?
My mum's womb
I'm Italian....born and raised in Modena northern part of Italy....one hour away from mountains and seas......why did I move? My wife!
so, do you like soccer? what's your favorite team? i'm a Juve fan.
Of course I like it.......I grew up playing soccer every single day and Juve has been my team since ever. However, now I that I live in the US it's a bit hard for me to keep up with all the matches played over there
From near the Ethiopian-Eritrean border, my ancestors were a group of around 150 individuals, like every other non-African person.
So was it some kind of anglo-saxon mass orgy initiation that had you conceived? Sounds like you belong to some secret society care to spill?!
And even before that, they were happily swinging from trees.
You are a wise sage
you mean still swinging from trees.....
I am from India.
I just joined because of the challenge of finding ppl around here to play
Live in Austin, Texas.
+1 Hard to find people in the north west. Well that aren't busy with other things i guess haha
Venus, not Mars
Another thread asking the same question? People's answers should be the same.
NOT the modern communist city of Vietnam.
There are so many reasons to hate manitoba canada... winter is too long, mesquitos, crime etc.
Is there another mexican?
Born in Chicago, grew up in Glasgow Scotland, lived briefly in London, back to the Isle of Bute, Scotland then Glasgow Scotland again. then moved to U S and A in 1991 and lived in San Diego until 2000 when I moved to Bloomington, Indiana. Doubt I will remain here but good for another few years I think.
Born in NC, lived there 27 years. Been in NY for 6 years now.
Born, 1667 in the New Netherland. Grew up in the Province of New Jersey until 1776 (anyone notice the correlation between 1776 and 1667? :shock, when it became the State of New Jersey.
How'd you like Scotland? I love Scottish culture, so jw
I've visited NC for white water rafting long long ago (some place with an Indian name). Lived in NY quite a bit.
No. Only Indians here, with a couple of wildcards handed out to Americans.
Born in Bochum, Germany, living in Duesseldorf, Germany.
That's the bitter reality...
My heart is 50% in Italy and 50% in South Beach, Miami.
Once I'll retire, I gotta make a decision where to spend the rest of my life. Just another 20 years :shock:
currently Heidelberg, Germany
I did spent one year in the United States (Maine) as an exchange student.
@Andreas1965: Come on, Germany isn't that bad at all I haven't been to Düsseldorf, though...
Germany when I lived there for like 2 1/2 years was amazing! I lived in Bamberg I liked it a lot. I am from Ft.Hood, Texas I would call Junction City, Kansas my home though military moves a lot and this is the longest place we have stayed.
Hey, that's great!
I hope you had the opportunity to learn the language and get to know the country a little.
I know of some soldiers stationed in Heidelberg who pretty much live in a 'bubble'. They have their Army homes, their own shops where they can buy all the American stuff they know from home etc. and don't really get in touch with the outside world.
I find that a little sad. When I was in the United States I wanted to get the whole experience of living in another country - like speaking English all day, eating American food, watching American sports, celebrating American holidays and so on
Viva! saludos hermano!
Indiana then I spent 5 months in Europe and now I'm back in the US of A.
I have to say, I miss the Europe lifestyle.
Great White North.
Not to mention the entire province is just flat
The True North strong and free!
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