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natasha. 22. personal trainer. cosplayer. yogi.

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Move to Alabama! It doesn't snow, its cheap, and we have.... uh.... well we have the Internet, and that all anyone really needs, right?


I guess xD I’ve never wanted to move to Alabama haha, I want to live in Chicago, Vegas or NYC.

Posted 1 year ago on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 at 11pm
with 9 notes
  1. sunfish003 said: As great as nyc is, it stinks. theres so much trash and the people are not very friendly and once you do everything, it gets old quick -sincerely someone who’s lived here for 22 years.
  2. thirdbaseline said: Vegas is overrated haha Nevada has a shit economy right now and I don’t see it getting better anytime soon. If you want a good economy with no snow go for Texas
  3. raptors-have-feelings-too said: Don’t lie, Alabama sucks. I vote Chicago since it’s closer.
  4. exilethepoet said: NYC is tough so you’d have to do quite a little diggin to find a decent, affordable place.
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