>you will never live in the USA
>you will never shop in Walmart and find anything you seek
>you will never enjoy the huge variety of fast food
>you will never be able to just drive a short time and get to beautiful landscape with mountains, desert and lakes
>you will never live in a nice small house on your own property in the suburbs, living a comfy and calm life
Any US-bots wanna marry me so I can get a greencard? ;___;
I seem to remember this exact feel being felt about two years ago.
I once lived in a smaller town, in a third-floor apartment with a deck. from the deck I could see rolling hills in the distance, an athletic field across the road, and plenty of trees and green. I did in fact go to the local wal-mart for supplies on a regular basis, also in the shadow of the same hills, by a lake and river.
Now I live in a crappier apartment, but it's in the city, where I want to be. And just outside there's a moderately large downtown district, a world-class art museum, and lakes all over the place. I had a Pizza Hut pizza yesterday at a Target, and to this very day there's plenty of land for sale 30+ miles out, in the second-third-tier suburb areas. :9
The old apartment was nicer, but I like the new location.
>you will never go to American fast food places
Why wont you ever live in the USA?
Just get a decent education and save up money.
Invest in small businesses in murica
Or get a job in murica
Or have family over there like i do :)
Easy green card.. easy life