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Old 01-08-2016, 08:17 AM
 
Location: Howard County, Maryland
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Originally Posted by Tuko223 View Post
I have lived in the USA and in the UK I moved to the UK and I don't mind it.
I was born in New Jersey lived in Los angles and I now live in West Sussex.
I have lived all over the world for example New Zeland, Malaysia, Singapore,Australia,,Qatar and Dubai.
In terms of living in the USA and UK I perfer the UK it is so much safer in the USA there are gun crimes also I find th schooling 1 million times better it is so much harder than the USA and I am achieving A's in everything.
In fact people say oh it's so rainy in the UK it's not it is just mild weather.
Also in the UK the population is not fat the kids in my school are so skinny.
The food in the UK is so healthy while in the USA the food protions are huge .
The UK is a billion times better than the USA in fact I disliked living in the USA
Do they not teach punctuation and sentence structure and spelling in the UK's superior schools?

 
Old 01-08-2016, 08:20 AM
 
Location: Milwaukee, WI
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There's nothing to debate, Brits live to serve their Queen, Americans to pursue their happiness.
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