I came from a small village in west wales that for at least 16 years i lived there had no shop and it definitley had no pub nearest town was 4 miles away bus service EVERY FRIDAY ( 10am & 3pm) from there i moved to stockport then london and now in essex and yes there was a major difference .... in my bday it was mods and rockers, and a few hippies thrown in for good measure. I now live near Oxford, in a village but only 6 miles from the city centre, so I'm neither a country bumpkin or a city slicker....
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Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. the underground was a nightmare with a buggy and baby and so confusing and packed all the time.. I was raised in a very rural area, lived in London for years, and am now in a very rural area agian. tho i do appreciate that it aint for all I'll get me coat. I love the hustle and bustle of the city, i love going to Manchester or further afield shopping etc but still like to come home to the slower pace.
Hi all What's your thoughts regarding people who live in town/city area's to people who live in the country. to small to even mention on my profile, so i have had to put my closest town.
My own thoughs are , country people are way behind the times compared to city people, call it street cred or lack off, but i do think it will have an effect if a country lad takes out a city girl and what they are use to, Or is it me just been crazy.
Visitors of the German-American Folk Festival get to eat what is considered typical U.Sitting in a village put or hitting the town clubbing Malc I live in the small town of warwick and I would say people here can be a little more ignorant than in citys... the nearest town was 12 miles away and in the winter.. I think someone from the city would find that pretty hard to cope with... still live in a village which like you OP unless your from this area no one would have heard of it... have only been there roughly 10 times in 8 years... We are surrounded by lots of country side and alot of people here tend to have some old fashioned ideas on alot of the politics today. S.-American food: Burgers, hot dogs, steaks, corn on the cob and baked potatoes.On stage, several live bands perform rock'n'roll, rock and country music.For instance, you would not see a lady in a burkha round here so she may be stared at if she happend to shop in town, if you went to the city people would not glance twice.