Do you like you are popular to the place where you live now?

@sexylc (501)
United States
September 18, 2007 11:53am CST
Me I don't like to be a popular where I live because theres is no big deal that people know me about.Since I have no plan to be a I was remember when I was in my teenage time.We live in small town they called province.And I am popular that town where ever I go town the people always say me Hi! hello! how are you? its feel so annoying to me! I feel don't like to go out.What about you guy's do you like people know you all town where you live now?
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@whywiki (6070)
• Canada
18 Sep 07
I think it is nice that people know me in my town and it is a pleasant experience that people care how I am. I am interested in being on city council in my area so I try to remain in good standings with my neighbours.
@sexylc (501)
• United States
18 Sep 07
Well thats good for you to be popular and have good performance since you have plan to be a counsilor where you live.Good luck on that and have a nice day! thanks for dropping by.
• Philippines
23 Sep 07
Hi there, what's been up to lately buddy? Well, for me it's not that annoying, at the matter of fact, it makes me feel so proud and flattering whenever there's a lot of people in the community recognize me and say hi to me. There's nothing wrong with that, as i find it really cool coz i am a friendly type of person, and so it really flattering indeed. Actually, i am not that popular here in my place, but there's a lot of people recognize me as one of the Choir member here in our Church in our community. But i am kinda popular in our campus, and it's a nice thing that, girls in campus knows me. LOL Have a nice day ahead and happy posting and earning here in myLot. Godspeed, Kiko
@izathewzia (5142)
• Philippines
21 Sep 07
Since I am the leader right now in our neighborhood association, i can't help but to be known by everyone. lol But just like you, I have no political ambition. i just wanted to serve my neighbors on the top of my ability even just for a single term which is one year.