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Would you relocate to EUROPE (or anywhere outside the USA/Canada) and if so, where would you like to live?
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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 02:56

I just thought I would start this thread since I live in Europe myself.
Just wondering how many of you, those living in the USA and Canada, would be willing to relocate to Europe (or even another continent) for someone you met online or otherwise?
I'm curious as to what interest Europe does hold for you and if you would be willing to go that far - to leave your friends and life as you have known it so far, to follow your soulmate let's say to a country where everything is so different?



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Posted on Mon, Aug 31, 2009 11:00

The Caribbean is just the best place to live on earth. There are no seasons and the people are as warm and radiant as the year-long sun...

Try Jamaica and Barbados!



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Posted on Fri, Oct 31, 2008 11:04

I always would have loved to live in Europe, even if only for a few months, I live near NYC and I love it here also. I think to live in Ireland or Paris would be wonderful!



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Posted on Mon, Jul 23, 2007 13:00

I am an adventurous person, so I would move to Western Europe in a heart bit with or without the right person--ideally spend 6 months in Europe and 6 months in USA.

Where in Europe are you from?

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Posted on Tue, Dec 19, 2006 16:43

i?d relocate in toronto,canada cause it?s such a nice city.been there almost every year.since i was a little child i?m looking forward to live there.so let?s see what the future brings.i would also go to japan cause i love the culture they have



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Posted on Sun, Mar 19, 2006 13:14

I lived in Kilkis, Greece for 3 years and would again if possible w/a soulmate or without.



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Posted on Fri, Feb 17, 2006 18:38

Well this thread seems to have died, but just for the record, I would relocate to Europe, Italy or France, Spain even, in a heartbeat :) and especially for the right man...

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Posted on Sun, Nov 13, 2005 00:51

New York, any part of New England, the UK and perhaps Canada. I was thinking Normandy or Paris, but I think I'd rather spend holidays there.



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Posted on Sat, Nov 12, 2005 12:10

so you consider to go to greece? seems okey to me but i would love to live in the USA. especially in NYC. im not old enough yet and i still have to end my school but im very sure ill go there one day.......



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Posted on Fri, Nov 11, 2005 20:03

I would definitely consider relocating to Europe, but only after I am accomplished in my career and have the money to do so. I can't wait to get to Greece!!!!



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Posted on Thu, Nov 10, 2005 00:04

Would you relocate to EUROPE (or anywhere outside the USA/Canada) and if so, where would you like to live?
I would suggest my place in Amsterdam for the right person. :-)

Concerning language matters: I've read a posting that suggested Americans would have trouble with the language if not in the UK. I am happy to inform you that most people in The Netherlands speak English. The better educated learned 1 (German), 2 (French), or even 3 (Spanish) languages besides Dutch and English at school. Not to mention pupils at the gymnasium who can choose from Latin, Greek and Hebrew as well.) I suppose this counts for e.g. Belgium and the Nordic countries too.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 17, 2005 14:23

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I suppose being far away of that custom..of skirts for man...i still have the child's look on it...Still being very curious what is under it...And, i believe those skirs are quite expensive....correct in english?

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 17, 2005 11:42


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judging by your sporran and tartan, do you belong to the Mcdonald clan? Do u know which part of Scotland oyour ancestors hail from?
My late husband was Scotsman so I do know a bit of that culture.



My Scots roots are from Clan Abernethy, allied with Clan Fraser. The story within the family holds that one day the English King's Tax collector came to call on the Abernethy and subsequently disappeared. Shortly after that, my direct ancestor found it expedient to come to the Colonies... no idea if this is why, but far as I know, wearing the Abernethy tartan is still forbidden by Lord Lyon. Kilts are not common in these parts, but I do have a Fraser necktie...

And if the same Swiss woman as looked at me is the one inspiring rss1, I understand completely. Oh yes, I understand... Go for it, rss1, no matter how it turns out, go for it. In the long run you'll be the gladder for it! Be well,

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Posted on Sun, Oct 16, 2005 16:01


Minnie415 write:
I just thought I would start this thread since I live in Europe myself.
Just wondering how many of you, those living in the USA and Canada, would be willing to relocate to Europe (or even another continent) for someone you met online or otherwise?
I'm curious as to what interest Europe does hold for you and if you would be willing to go that far - to leave your friends and life as you have known it so far, to follow your soulmate let's say to a country where everything is so different?


I would just LOVE to live in Scotland for a (even for just a few months), or
the U.K.
I would spend every weekend exploring the country side and finding every castle I could to explore and take photos. I would then write a book about my travels and use the photographs in it. AHHHHHHhhhhhhh...someday...it's soon...I feel it....very soon!

Photo: My long term goal right now is 30 days here in Edinburgh, Scotland!!!!

  
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Posted on Mon, Oct 03, 2005 05:49

rss1
judging by your sporran and tartan, do you belong to the Mcdonald clan? Do u know which part of Scotland oyour ancestors hail from?
My late husband was Scotsman so I do know a bit of that culture.



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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2005 17:19


rss1 write:
Switzerland, Switzerland, and Switzerland, in that order.



Aha! Here we have a distinguished-looking gentleman in a kilt who would love to move to Switzerland!!
May I ask why, Dear Sir...?
Would it be presumptuous of me to assume that it is NOT because of the beautiful scenery, mountains, fresh air and good cheese fondue?? *wink*

  


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Posted on Thu, Sep 08, 2005 23:37


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Minnie415 write:
I just thought I would start this thread since I live in Europe myself.
Just wondering how many of you, those living in the USA and Canada, would be willing to relocate to Europe (or even another continent) for someone you met online or otherwise?
I'm curious as to what interest Europe does hold for you and if you would be willing to go that far - to leave your friends and life as you have known it so far, to follow your soulmate let's say to a country where everything is so different?


I moved to the UK to get married, moved back here then back to Cornwall a couple years later. We weren't soulmtes, and I'm not even sure now we loved each other. Would I do it again, most likely to the UK or Ireland? Wouldn't rule it out, nor wuld I rule out going to Canada for the right woman. Not sure about the Continent, though, for je t'nes parle pas Francais and nie Sprecken zie Deutsch....



YOu are a die hard romantic Wilfred, with a stout heart..good luck but remember no one insures a broken heart these days..the repair is a DIY job..so hope you are a DIY handyman



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Posted on Thu, Sep 08, 2005 22:46


Minnie415 write:
I just thought I would start this thread since I live in Europe myself.
Just wondering how many of you, those living in the USA and Canada, would be willing to relocate to Europe (or even another continent) for someone you met online or otherwise?
I'm curious as to what interest Europe does hold for you and if you would be willing to go that far - to leave your friends and life as you have known it so far, to follow your soulmate let's say to a country where everything is so different?


I moved to the UK to get married, moved back here then back to Cornwall a couple years later. We weren't soulmtes, and I'm not even sure now we loved each other. Would I do it again, most likely to the UK or Ireland? Wouldn't rule it out, nor wuld I rule out going to Canada for the right woman. Not sure about the Continent, though, for je t'nes parle pas Francais and nie Sprecken zie Deutsch....

  


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Posted on Thu, Aug 25, 2005 06:58

Bonnie, yes...it might be this...the need for a father figure...As you put it also...his need for a bood camp, might mean...the need to be with men, under an authority....but I would ask him, why does he need this "drastic" or harsh need for expressing his manhood or something...maybe the combat stuff he needs...maybe the warrior thing lol...I have somewhere a web site for what is called the "new man"...it's funny to read...a combination of martial arts and deep insight for men...they developp their manhood and their sensitivity...and their philosophy is to teach younger boys also...I don't know if I can put the site here...but I have to find it first lol...I'll come back to you anyway...

  


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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 09:32


Minnie415 write:

More parents should probably do that. If I had children and they were really difficult and extremely rebellious etc... and all else had failed, I'd even send them to one of those boot camps designed for unruly kids to get them whipped back into "shape"!



That is where he wants to go , a 'boot camp' for brats.. and he would no doubt drive them up the wall..
Aetio, you are right he need a father /mentor , my brother is his nearest but even then he fools him..so we are going to see a family therapist soon to break him in..



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