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- If you had to live in a large city for a year, which would you pick? See all answers
- March 17, 2012 by clueman14
- City Living
This is actually a very relevant question for me. I've been thinking a lot about my future lately and where I'm going to be in the next couple of years. Right now, I am stuck in the small town of Blacksburg. I have applied to George Mason University and hopefully I can get out of Blacksburg. I feel awful here. I don't feel like I have actual friends here anymore and there isn't anyone worth dating or even getting to know. So hopefully I will be accepted and will move to DC.
DC is a city that I would like to live in for a while, as I finish college. But it is not somewhere I want to live for a long time. And I won't even be in the city, but probably outside it somewhere.
But when I graduate, there are two possible choices of cities I want to live in. I think my first choice would be NYC. I fell in love with the city in 2009 and have been longing to return. I love the huge skyscrapers and the lights at night are beautiful. But if I can't live in NYC, I think I would like to move across the country to Los Angeles. I've never been to the West coast before, but I am quite sure that I would like the sunny place. I like the idea of having a killer tan and walking the streets so many Hollywood stars have walked. Either city would be great to be a journalist in, and even better to work on my modeling.
And if none of these American cities satisfy me, then I think I would enjoy Paris. I guess I'm a romantic and Paris is supposed to be the most romantic city in the world.
I don't know where I'll be in the next couple of years, but I hope I will be happy wherever it may be.