Other Post Your town in 10 words or less?

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Just because we are from all over, and because its nice to know about people and their places, can you describe your town, city, hamlet, village, Godforsaken plot, or wherever you live in 10 words or less ("and" and "or" and "but" and such don't count)?

I can start...

Hot
bustling
bugs
friendly
industrial and
rural and
metroplis
humid
wet
home

I live in the Houston area, Texas.
Who's next?

Someone from Falkirk maybe? My mother is from there and I have never been. :D
 
Okay, here's mine...

hurricanes :x

sugar-white beaches :D

emerald-green water :D

fishing :D

thong bikinis :shock:


I live in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, USA, just outside Eglin Air Force Base.
 
Mild weather
forest
beach
hills
river
wildlife
long beaches
friendly people
whisky
castles

I live in rural north east Scotland - Speyside, Whisky Country.
 
Industrial
Dismal
crime
rainy
beer
home
terraced
pollution

Not my ideal place but my family are here :mrgreen:
 
Mine city is so exciting that I can't describe it in such few numbers of words. :D :D

I live in Sosnowiec. This is quite a big city nearby Katowice.
 
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small

farms

fields

woods

wildlife

hot as blazes in summer

cold as ........ in winter

A small town in central Minnesota
 
Hey Drywall - sounds like your home and mine aren't so differenet even though you're probably '000s of miles from the sea.
 
I am, in fact, only a few hundred miles from the geographic center of North America. Can't get much farther from the ocean, in all directions, than that. We sit astride 3 continental divides. Water flows from here to Hudsons Bay, the Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. :cool:
 
Suburban
Quiet
Critters
Near beaches ( two words? )
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
Safe
 
Hey Bill, NJ eh? Well, my 25% US blood (paternal grandmother) came from NJ, but I believe it is not one of the nicest parts now - South Orange - do you know it?
 
HighlandSniper58,

Yes I know South Orange well. Like a lot of small towns in N.J. that border the city of Newark, it has it's good sections and it's bad sections with the bad being on the border areas. It's the same with the town I live in.

So you have Jersey roots huh? I have Scottish roots. Ever been to Fife?
I have a ton of relatives living there.
 
Beach
Yachts
Dolphins
Irish bars
Girls & Boys half naked
Pine trees
Hotels
Argentine steak houses ( :p )
Hot sun
Hideous humidity

I am based outside Santa Ponsa, Mallorca.
 
my home

England :D

should or could i say more vik, viki;
 
Bill Farnie wrote
So you have Jersey roots huh? I have Scottish roots. Ever been to Fife? I have a ton of relatives living there.

Fife is about 200 miles south-east of us, don't know it really well, just to pass through.
 
Hometown

Hot

cold

Friendly

Antebellum homes(Pre-civil War)

Beautiful women(not half naked) :(

Quiet

Humid

Wildlife

other Wildlife(2 legged) :mrgreen:

TAVERNS galore!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 
hmmm...

cold winters
suburbs
woods
international airport
two small rivers
few farms

I live in Vantaa which is in Helsinki metropolitan area. South Finland.
 
Nice thread.... let's see...

new town (architecturally speaking that should be one word)

alphabetical

grey

melting pot (of people from Glasgow, Edinburgh, rest of UK, overseas and everyone in between)

Silicon Glen (again that should count as one word... OK so I am cheating, sue me! :rolleyes: )

McArthur Glen shopping centre (people come here from afar and beyond just to shop branded clothes and other items, I stick to Asda Walmart myself - cheaper and does the job ;) )

roundabout heaven (not sure if that translates well into American English... what's the word.... :confused: )

Ermm... might help if I told you where this was too... (scatter-brainy me): Livingston (without the 'e'), close to almost everywhere including Falkirk (noted for the thread-starter).
 
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