Which city changed your life? by QuestionGuy January 23, 2022, 6:39 am Which city changed your life? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMechangedcityLifeQuestion and Answer See more Previous article Can we just appreciate the fa- shut the fuck up Next article my daughter likes the color blue more than pink, should I put her on sterilizing hormones 27 Comments Leave a Reply San Antonio, Texas. I moved there after college for a dumb boy who cheated on me. But there I learned I could thrive in my own, make friends, and how to shop on a shoestring budget. I moved back to my hometown, but I never forgot the friends I made during that time. 5 years later I made a trip down there to visit said friends. And I met my husband randomly when we were out. 11 years and 2 kids later I am glad I moved to San Antonio for a dumb boy, because it led me to the beautiful life I lead now. Log in to Reply Chicago. Never have I appreciated rural life more than after spending 3 months in downtown Chicago for a job. Log in to Reply Tucson, Arizona. Moved there when I was 15 from a farm in Iowa. The closest town near the farm was maybe 5-10 thousand people. Moving to a city of I think at that time a million ppl was like being dropped on a different planet. But, I met other transplants from all over the country (and world). It allowed me to escape the narrow minded, hayseed, judgementally Christian atmosphere that is rural America. Log in to Reply Sydney, my shoes melted on stepping at the pavement, now when I’m bored I walk around and leave melted soles. Log in to Reply New Orleans Log in to Reply Minneapolis. Oh, how I miss Minneapolis. Log in to Reply New York City and Katsuura. Log in to Reply London, my hometown and Washington DC, where I live. Log in to Reply Roanoke, VA Log in to Reply Toronto, Canada, because I assume if it was wiped from existence and human history, I wouldn’t be born. Log in to Reply Washington DC. It was my first time seeing hookers up close and personal, I was 10. It was 4 am in DuPont Circle, with my parents. Good times. Log in to Reply Atlanta Log in to Reply Wuhan Log in to Reply Pattaya Beach, Thailand. I learned that girls in bikinis can use urinals Log in to Reply Wuhan. Log in to Reply Tampa Log in to Reply Auburn Alabama r/Auburn Log in to Reply Long Beach Log in to Reply Tampa, the abundance of skateparks are fantastic Log in to Reply Kandy Log in to Reply Juneau, AK Log in to Reply Auckland. Best six months of my life while studying abroad. I look forward to the day that I can return, even if just for a week or two. Log in to Reply Gotham. Log in to Reply Night City Log in to Reply New York Log in to Reply Berlin was the first city I ever went to that just felt like home. It felt free and endless and constantly offering something that I was looking for. Returning home to San Diego felt like entering a different dimension. Log in to Reply San Francisco. Had to go for six weeks when I was 16 to help clean my deceased great uncles house. Inspired me to go for it and move to the west coast. Ten years this past august 🙂 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.