What would you like best about living in your country?

Malaysia
July 11, 2007 8:12pm CST
What would you miss if you lived abroad?
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11 responses
@bluewings (3857)
12 Jul 07
There is just too much I'd miss if I wasn't living where I live.To start with,I won't have my close friends around.That will change my life in a big way.Though we can still stay in touch over the internet and phone ,but knowing that you can always turn to your friends in times of crisis and they to you is such a blessing.I would miss that if I am not in my country.And then of course I'd miss my family ,my home and my computer,lol.Of course I'd have my laptop ,but it isn't the same as sitting in front of my desktop :-P Nah, I perhaps wouldn't miss all that much as I initially thought , but being away from friends isn't such a happy option.Maybe if I am promised the moon and the stars ,then I'd give it a second thought.
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• Malaysia
25 Jul 07
Lol... oh... if you're promised the sun and the moon, you will not miss your country, eh? Wait a minute... I think I am the same with you. Give me five! Lol... Have a nice day, friend.
@bluewings (3857)
25 Jul 07
I guess I'd still miss my country ,but I can come back with a piece of the moon,lol.
• United States
12 Jul 07
I would miss the food I eat so much of. I am not trying to get use to no other types of food. There are places that cockroaches are the treat of the day. Not me my friend. I don't ever want to live around those areas. People eating fried bat and roaches being barbecued. Keep it all I don't need none.
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• Malaysia
25 Jul 07
LOL!! Yeah, I understand what you mean. I wonder how some people can eat those stuff. Yuck...
@scorpio16 (1707)
• India
12 Jul 07
It is the feeling and love, where you are born. You will miss the social and family relations. You will miss the social and spiritual functions at your home place. So more misses.
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• Malaysia
25 Jul 07
Lucky that I am in my own country. Our roots are the best, isn't it? Have a nice day, friend. Thanks for sharing your idea.
@babostwick (2037)
• United States
12 Jul 07
I do like the option of freedom of picking as far as who is to be the leader of the nation and also having a choice of what to do in life. I mostly like freedom overall.
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• Malaysia
25 Jul 07
Democracy still is number one choice in many countries. I agree with you.
@coffeeshot (3786)
• Australia
1 Oct 07
Well from what most tourists say when they come to Australia, I'd miss the people. Australians are very friendly and relaxed, and are willing to help anyone out. I think I'd miss the comraderie of my fellow aussies if I went anywhere else!
@Pose123 (21661)
• Canada
1 Oct 07
Hi ladysurvivor, I would miss my family and friends. Blessings.
@mamasan34 (6521)
• United States
1 Oct 07
I don't know, I think I would miss my native tongue, I think I would miss the foods from home, knowing where I am going, and my family. I think those are the things I would miss most.
@cassidy22 (2975)
• United States
1 Oct 07
I have lived overseas. I don't remember missing much. Language barriers can be tough, if you don't speak the language well, but I can learn that. I think what I would miss the most are my dogs. I know it is hard to travel with them, and they have to be quarantined prior to changing countries, which would be really hard on them. So I would miss my pets. I can adjust to changes in food, language, clothing. But I would miss my boys.
@mepibot (388)
• Brazil
30 Sep 07
Hmm, is difficult, i donĀ“t like of many things here in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro), i think is because have many beachs, and it is fine, but, is the only thing i like in Brazil. XDD~
@CarlHalling (3629)
• United Kingdom
26 Jul 07
I'm from Britain and I'd miss lots of things. Mainly it's the atmosphere; I always love coming home here, even if it's to grey overcast skies. My country suits me like an old comfy shoe. Then there's the TV, the music, the culture. I'm happiest here when all's said and done.
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
25 Jul 07
My native land, my garden, my pets, my family members and relatives and of course close friends. If I go abroad, I miss all these and cannot be replaced.