Identity crisis.

@xFiacre (6771)
Ireland
May 14, 2016 2:24pm CST
I find identity to be a bit of a problem. Strangers I meet for the first time ask me where I come from and I invariably stumble about looking for the correct answer. Having lived here, there and yonder I really dont feel that I'm from any one place. I feel very much at home in Belfast, Paris, New Delhi and Blantyre - that's a good thing, but it makes strangers wonder why I can't answer such a straightforward question without having to think about it. The answer depends on my mood.
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@NJChicaa (31624)
• United States
14 May 16
I've always lived in the same spot so that makes my answer very easy. Boring, but easy.
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@jstory07 (59908)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 May 16
Some people are just nosey and want to know everything.
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@xFiacre (6771)
• Ireland
14 May 16
@jstory07 I love winding nosy people up. when they ask me what my job is I usually tell them I'm a male escort.
@JudyEv (103894)
• Bunbury, Australia
14 May 16
You could try 'east of here' or somesuch.
@xFiacre (6771)
• Ireland
15 May 16
@judyev How very enigmatic!
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@celticeagle (114530)
• Boise, Idaho
16 May 16
Where do you feel most fondly about at the time? I have lived here all of my life so that wouldn't be a problem for me.
@pgntwo (20671)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
15 May 16
I love the Glaswegian response: "What's it to ye, pal?".