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  1. TylerFG

    TylerFG Trust me. I'm a doctor.

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    Is it on something like MTV?
     
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  3. Orreed

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    Yes. It is a much like Housewives of Beverly Hills, but not in Beverly Hills. Just went on website for the first time. Really weird seeing a girl I go to school with. We used to be good friends in elementary. We don't hate each other now, just don't really hang out. It's on the Style network.
     
  4. TylerFG

    TylerFG Trust me. I'm a doctor.

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    amn, now that is surreal.
     
  5. Disney~Cutie

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    In other words, Corbin Bleu follows me on Twitter so now someone famous finally follows me
     
  6. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    I have been to France and Italy and I urge you to GO GO GO!!! They are both amazing countries, and have such a wonderful feel. Parts are extraordinarily basic and are a culture shock. When we went to Italy, parts were so basic- and the supermarkets only sold the essentials- no ready meals or desserts or anything- just plain ingredients. The houses were often just shacks too. The movie Ratatouille really shows the French culture and it is amazing! Italians are noticeably more aggressive lol. Just the way they do things and shove you out the way. Haha.

    Funny, because although I want to go to China and Japan, I am not that inspired at the moment to go to Australia. I don't know really why, but it seems quite similar to the UK.

    What exactly is the Juicy Store? The name sounds a little suspicious lol! Here, a shop called Juicy sells loads of hideous and revealing outfits but I am guessing it is not linked to your Juicy Store. ;)

    Wow, you are so ambitious! I wouldn't be brave enough to try and pursue a career like that, well maybe. Lol. You're lucky knowing what you want to do, I don't really. I am taking Government and Politics for A levels next academic year and we cover America so I think after that I will want to visit Washington DC.

    Oh my goodness, you are making me really want to visit all of these places! I have heard of Cape Cod and it sounds wonderful. I would love to explore America but sadly it is not in the budget. :(

    What state do you live in? Do you have a southern accent? I'm curious, lol.

    I get you about television. FTR, it bugs me that British people are literally always the villains on US television shows!!! And also that all of us speak really posh, most Brits have terrible accents... Lol.

    I love the London Eye!!! It is best when it's sunset- you go up in the daytime and come down in the dark. I've never been to the British Museum weirdly that I can remember. Do you have palaces like Buckingham Palace in the US?

    We do have beautiful and quaint seaside towns, that's what I love is that we have so much history. Often with little piers and cafes selling rock candy. Many are touristy though. To me, it's the little towns and villages that are the best, the ones that aren't flocked with tourists. We have a huge Victorian Manor house down the road from us, still furnished as if it were from 150 years ago, and you can walk through it. It's so fascinating.

    I guess it's a little different because America is so huge, whereas the UK is tiny and you can get the euro tunnel to France for £15. From there you have a gateway to the rest of Europe. It is nice to be so close to everything however at the moment I am in love with the US lol.

    You have been to so many states!!! Are they all quite different or rather similar? I would imagine California is different to Texas, for example. I've heard that in California people just casually get plastic surgery and show up for work the next day or two! Here, that seems really unusual. OMG you live in North Carolina that is my dream state!!! Well actually I can't decide between NC, SC and PA. I wanted to take a holiday to the Carolinas a while ago. The weather seems perfect, cold at winter and hot at summer!!! And I didn't even know thee were mountains there haha! I guess I forget that most Americans are not close to the beach, wow!

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  7. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    I don't have Twitter but my friends do and they are obsessed with getting famous people to follow them- so far unsuccessfully lol. Maybe I should get twitter although I thought it was just for famous people at first lol.

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  8. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    Ugh, don't get me started on that hideous monstrosity of a TV programmer lol! I hate reality TV. And I hate people trying to get famous using it. Housewives of Beverly Hills is annoying but the Kardashians really bugs me. I have watched Toddlers and Tiaras though and found it entertaining and interesting as I had never seen anything like that before!

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  9. Disney~Cutie

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    I don't know why I have it I only have like 100 followers omg
     
  10. TylerFG

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    So, the Downtown Disney Twitter RT'd me today. Don't know if that counts as a celebrity, but I'm still excited!
     
  11. Orreed

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    Hey, it's a famous country. I don't have Twitter (Tried it out a year ago, not for me. Plus, not a lot of my friends where on it and I had to have a protected account, with a exciting amount of six followers, haha.) but on Pintrest Deb Wills, founder of the first Disney site I checked daily, repinned by pin and I got super excited.

    That's neat!
     
  12. StarTunnel

    StarTunnel Does not compute.

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    I am very tired of explaining to people what I feel and not even have it taken into thought. I confide that I feel I might have bipolar disorder and I'm told no it's hormones, or no you're wrong. Not even a discussion.
     
  13. soccer_mickey

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    I think that the closest thing to the Buckingham Palace is the White House. Also, in NC we have Biltmore Estate. It's the largest private home in the US. It's not really very similar, but for some reason it was the first thing I thought of. Just both big, fancy places I guess.

    I feel like states in the same region are similar, but ones farther away are different. But that's not always the case. Both VA and SC, one state away feel similar, but Tennessee feels quite a bit different. It's actually a pretty difficult question! California and Texas are very very different, like you said. Individual cities have tons of differences. Even cities in the same state, like San Francisco and LA seem very different. How is it for you? Does everywhere you go have a different feeling?

    The weather here is very nice. It gets cold in winter, but not to bad. It can get extremely hot in summer, though. Not as bad as places deeper south, though. I really love the fall leaves, too. I like how we have four recognizable seasons, unlike some places. What are your season's like??
     
  14. disneygirl520

    disneygirl520 Adventure is out there!

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    Somebody help me, I am drowning in homework!
     
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    Fairywings <font color=purple>"Besides, the world isn't split

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    Ouch. Hate that.
     
  16. Disney~Cutie

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    kingdom hearts is so frustrating
     
  17. disneygirl520

    disneygirl520 Adventure is out there!

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    That it is.
     
  18. meggiebeth

    meggiebeth Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbow

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    That's quite a lot, but I guess, how are you meant to get more followers? Unless you're famous it must be hard.

    What's a protected account? Does that mean only 'friends' can see it? Omg that is so cool! I get happy when people repin my pins, but I'm not that into Pinterest yet. I have a few boards. And I follow you tehe :)

    Sorry that's happening to you- I can totally empathize, I've been through a similar thing. It's so hard when no one takes you seriously when you try to confide in them. Most people don't really understand how hard it is to cope with depression or bipolar disorder. If you need anyone to talk to, I'd love to help :)

    Ill have to look up the Biltmore Estate. It sounds really neat! And to be the largest in the US... It must be H U G E !

    I'm not surprised California and Texas are so different, I mean California is meant to be glamorous and fashionable and Texas is more of a riding horses, walking in mud, barn dancing kind of place. (Right...?) But it's odd because Americans are all Americans!

    Florida seems kind of a 'boring' state if you know what I mean. It doesn't have much character. I'd love to explore the southern states!

    Here we are pretty much the same all through England- the differences aren't very big. That's why it is odd when we look at America. I tell you, Scotland is so different to England though. They are patriotic like you are in the US, and many people belong to 'clans'. (Me included!) They gather and dance a lot too. However it is even more grey than England!

    Haha, that reminds me, we get so annoyed when we watch Mrs Doubtfire and Mrs Doubtfire says in a Scottish accent 'I'm from England'! Lol.

    I am envious of you! Britain rarely has nice weather. That's another reason the US is so appealing to me! My parents say 'America doesn't have seasons- it's either hot or cold all the time' when I talk about living there. You just proved exactly my point that it isn't like that! It sounds heavenly! Although I can't imagine going to school when it's so hot. Do you all have private pools, like Florida?

    We have a cold and rainy winter followed by a cool and rainy summer. Bleh. It's funny that we can't even cope with snow well, school closes literally whenever it snows!

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  20. soccer_mickey

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    I feel like what you said about Texas and California aren't necessarily true. Even here, we generally think about Texas and cowboys, but when I went there that wasn't really the case. Maybe it's more like that in more rural areas, but the big city I visited didn't seem like stereotypical Texas. Maybe you think of California being so glamorous because of Hollywood, but it's not all like that. I mean, I have family there who own a dairy farm... not too glamorous. Also, California and Texas are both huge states, so there's a lot going on.

    To me, Florida has always been more of a vacation state, with so many theme parts and beaches.

    The weather isn't the same everywhere. Around where I live, we do get nice, relatively mild seasons, but deeper south it's way hotter for longer and north it's colder for longer. I'm not sure about weather on the West Coast. We're out all summer, so that's not usually a problem. Most people here don't have pools in their yards, but some do. Most neighborhoods have a pool to join, though, so it's still easy to swim.

    We can't cope with snow well either. School is closed even if it's less than an inch.
     
  21. Disney~Cutie

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    that's so cute!
     
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