Lucky are the people who have hometown...

@Aansh13 (10510)
New Delhi, India
June 10, 2021 5:15am CST
My bestie is currently living in his farms, in his home town. In fact I know so many people who are currently residing in their home towns. Lucky peeps.... I have always been in the city and seems like, I have nothing else to do, nowhere to go. I always wanted to visit my hometown but sadly there is no one around. Being born and brought up in the city, I am not even familiar what it is to live in a calm place Do you visit your hometown often....????
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@marlina (125841)
• Canada
10 Jun
I don't go anymore to the town where I was born as it is way too far and my parents are gone now. But I did like to live there growing up,
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• Peoria, Arizona
10 Jun
I have been living in the same place my entire life. The most I moved was when I was an infant so I don't know of anything about the places we lived, but we have remained in this house for almost 25 years. There was a 5 month period where I lived somewhere else, but nothing beats where I live.
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@prashu228 (27903)
• India
10 Jun
I am born and raised in the city as well, i feel this place is my own, i don't think of any other place to spend my time, i don't know where else to go when i get bored, just i go around the beaches and the malls and nothing else i can do .., even if i go somewhere i feel lost , and once back here i feel safe...
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@db20747 (35789)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
10 Jun
I wish to live in the country too! The city can be interesting and convenient but there's always some commotion going on! An argument or stressed out people. The country is much more peaceful
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@Sojourn (11196)
• India
10 Jun
I live in the city outskirts, where there are less hubbubs. But cannot be called a hometown per se.
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@franxav (8986)
• India
10 Jun
Having a home village is still better!
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• India
10 Jun
I can understand but even I have a hometown
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@Rashnag (15288)
• Thane, India
10 Jun
Oh ok dear. Once pandemic goes away, you can visit your hometown. Yes I am in my hometown too. It's in Surat, Gujarat. Have a good day
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@sjvg1976 (23675)
• Delhi, India
10 Jun
I have a hometown but I hardy go there . I was born and brought in the city where I am living presently . I feel the country side is better than the city because they are less polluted and less populated unlike cities where the life is fast and people have no time for others they just run for money
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@allknowing (92775)
• India
11 Jun
I am back but cannot say in my home town but just a few miles away We left city life and opted for a semi rural setting.
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@Aansh13 (10510)
• New Delhi, India
11 Jun
That is good too... Staying in city leaves me exhausted at times
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@allknowing (92775)
• India
11 Jun
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@prinzcy (27795)
• Malaysia
11 Jun
I live in my hometown. It has its' pro and con. Not entirely perfect as well.
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@JWMILLER (3356)
• Westmoreland, Tennessee
10 Jun
I live about 150 miles from my countryside home, again in the country. Will move to town when health petty much forces us to, for more conveniences
@m_audrey6788 (44903)
• Germany
10 Jun
I can`t visit anymore the place where I was born because it is too far away now.
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