>living in shit rural area
>stuck at home 24/7
>have to listen to my injured mom go up and down the stairs
>living at home with no job
Peoples lives in Miami and la
>party 3 nights a week
>with girls on the beach
>getting hooked up with jobs
Any site-typical user living in those areas is probably still going to be a shut-in with crippling social anxiety. Doubt they're ever go near the beach, a party or a job.
>watching shows without Don Johnson
Bull shit. Central Missouri reporting in. I've lived here my whole life but I travel a lot both in the States and abroad.
Big cities are great for robots because although your life will not change, you have more distractions: more things to do, more tasty food options, more people--when everyone nearby knows your life story your awkwardness skyrockets, in big cities you can at least pretend to be someone different even if you fail.
And once you've given up on girls, more whores. I had to drive two hours to Columbia for my first and ugly prostitute. Had I been in LA I could have had dozens of choices if not mot more.
The only reasons people say otherwise is because of ignorance or rural pride which is sweet but just wrong.
my life in LA
>live in small one bedroom apartment paying $900/mo
>have druggie neighbors on one side
>have idiots with two large, untrained dogs above me
>marijuana dispensary on other side
>work 20 miles away from where i live
>never go to the beach
>have to park 2+ blocks from where i live because people cant parallel park or use their driveways
>homeless people everywhere
you were saying how bad your living situation is?
you can't scream and laugh like a maniac in the city without getting the cops called on you. being able to make as much noise as you like is valuable to me. Not to mention being able to walk for hours without seeing a single person
Then you should buy one and put a camper top on the back. I know that LA isn't a real city like NYC so you must have some sort of car at least. Sell that shit and buy a used truck.
I've traveled to most of the US and am a pretty big nycboo. But cheap housing, whiteness, and having everything you'd ever want available even in smaller midwest towns is fucking great. I live in a small suburb town in Kansas and wouldn't change it unless to live in a comfy place like Maine.
I have left my car door open by mistake (or maybe just didn't close it all the way) in a parking lot for 8 hours and nothing was stolen. Same with my garage door then a cop rang the door bell at 1am to let me know lol
I wouldn't survive very long over there.
>live on large estate in rural northern scandinavia
>never locked the house for entire lifetime, even over longer holidays
>cars always unlocked with keys in them
>always leave cars parked the same way in the nearby towns
>never had any problems, never been near any crime
kek, I'm aware of it, and things have changed so much the past years, I see it very clearly since I only visit urban areas occasionally. Since a couple years back there's gypsies sitting outside the entrance to every supermarket, begging. There's loads of brown skinned people, often in large groups, very noisy, hollering their foreign lingo. It makes me feel not quite as much "at home" anymore, and a bit uneasy. Xenophobic, probably yes, I think there's a quality in homogenous societies. I don't mind a few of them, there were in the past too, but there's so many now.