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#52155 - zdroid (11/11/2012) [-]
What country are you all from? Toronto Canada here
User avatar #52333 to #52155 - xgameloverx ONLINE (11/12/2012) [-]
#52326 to #52155 - TheseChocodiles (11/12/2012) [-]
Northern Ireland.
User avatar #52287 to #52155 - Surfandskim (11/12/2012) [-]
USA, Florida
User avatar #52208 to #52155 - hongtonggobblenuts **User deleted account** (11/12/2012) [-]
London Ontario, Canada
#52206 to #52155 - snorlaxjevi (11/12/2012) [-]
USA, California
User avatar #52204 to #52155 - mllerayael (11/12/2012) [-]
Scotland :)
User avatar #52198 to #52155 - alexanderburns ONLINE (11/12/2012) [-]
I also live in Toronto, so I'm more your best friend than that guy below me.
#52194 to #52155 - SHUTTHEFRONTDOOR (11/11/2012) [-]
Hey im from Burlington, Ontario! We're like 40 minutes away from eachother, so that means we're best friends.
#52190 to #52155 - gulijens (11/11/2012) [-]
Faroe Islands
User avatar #52186 to #52155 - memewhoree (11/11/2012) [-]
User avatar #52183 to #52155 - OptimusRhyme (11/11/2012) [-]
united states here
#52171 to #52155 - Aethlius (11/11/2012) [-]
aruba. one happy island. :D
User avatar #52170 to #52155 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/11/2012) [-]
united states
User avatar #52167 to #52155 - Timmietim (11/11/2012) [-]
User avatar #52165 to #52155 - burntcheesey (11/11/2012) [-]
**burntcheesey rolls 82** 'Murica
#52163 to #52155 - wox (11/11/2012) [-]
The Motherland
User avatar #52161 to #52155 - smashingprodigy ONLINE (11/11/2012) [-]
United States. I'm boring, aren't I?

More specifically, North Carolina.
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User avatar #52189 to #52188 - smashingprodigy ONLINE (11/11/2012) [-]
Greensboro. You?
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User avatar #52192 to #52191 - smashingprodigy ONLINE (11/11/2012) [-]
I moved up to Greensboro when I was 15. I'm originally from Florida, but we had to leave for my dad's job.
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User avatar #52195 to #52193 - smashingprodigy ONLINE (11/11/2012) [-]
I lived in Hialeah, Miami's neighbor. It's a beautiful city, but the traffic is always heavy and a lot of the people are temperamental and too prideful. I prefer living in NC because you can still live a calm life with lots of excitement. In Hialeah, it's always exciting, but not always in a good way. Hope that makes sense, kinda.
#52160 to #52155 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
England, in Hever, near London. Thanks to our location my family is a living stereotype, seeing as we technically live in a castle, because our house is on the grounds of a castle.
User avatar #52166 to #52158 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
Northern or Southern?
User avatar #52169 to #52166 - loveyameanish (11/11/2012) [-]
Southern. But we don't call it Southern, we call it Ireland. Northern Ireland is seen as a separate country to us.
User avatar #52172 to #52169 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
The proper response, we have a bungalow in Cork in Ireland which we go to quite often as a big chunk of our family lives over there. It's so friendly over there (although I do get stared at thanks to the way I usually dress and have my hair <_<).
User avatar #52174 to #52172 - loveyameanish (11/11/2012) [-]
Ah Cork's nice. Not really spent much time there, but we used to drive through it all the time on the way to Kerry. My dad's from Kerry so we were there a lot as kids.

I'm from Dublin.
User avatar #52175 to #52174 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
I went to Dublin when I was really young, so I barely even remember it. Our bungalow is about a 5-10 minute drive from the center of Cork, so we've got miles of fields in more or less every direction. I always pick up the accent whenever I'm there. I go on holiday to Ireland with my slightly posh British accent and leave with an Irish accent for about a week.
No idea why it happens, it just does, doesn't happen with ANY other accent.
User avatar #52177 to #52175 - loveyameanish (11/11/2012) [-]
Yeah Cork accents are really "contagious", for want of a better word.

My friend goes down there quite a bit and even if she's only there for a few days she always comes back with a dirty big Cork accent :P
User avatar #52178 to #52177 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
Well, it happens when I see my gran and grandad who are originally from Dublin. Obviously the transition is much faster when I'm actually in Ireland, maybe they put something in the water, maybe there's Guinness gas in the air or something like that.
User avatar #52179 to #52178 - loveyameanish (11/11/2012) [-]
So you're a fan of Ireland then, I take it? :P
User avatar #52181 to #52179 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
Well, my mothers side has been Irish for generations, so it's in my blood (quite literally), and I just enjoy the atmosphere, charm and the general feel of the culture. Plus, I seem to have become some kind of fetish for girls over here. Apparently 'all Irish guys are charming' so when they find out I'm part Irish they immediatly seem to think I'm more charming.
User avatar #52182 to #52181 - loveyameanish (11/11/2012) [-]
Americans seem to love us too. My sister works in a pub near Dublin airport and whenever she's serving Americans they love listening to her talk and tip her ridiculous sums of money.
User avatar #52184 to #52182 - mechgeek (11/11/2012) [-]
I've noticed that too. American girls seem to love British and Irish guys, I don't understand where that comes from.
On the plus side, I think I may have inherited the Irish liver, I don't seem to be able to get drunk.
User avatar #52157 to #52155 - cannedpeas (11/11/2012) [-]
Toronto is not a country
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