hey how you doin??
What's up :O
Hiya *random msg from random person*
Hey, thanks for writing in the photo thread defending me
I never do drugs :wink:
nah im just fucking around, chill
you just got me naked then threw me away
when will it be mine turn for sex?
Sorry might be odd but you look a lot like my old friend who passed away >.<!
WHAT should I like?
i think some things are more expensive but in england food is quite cheap.
the oyster card scheme is only in greater london.
public transport is quite expensive in the south but gets cheaper further north.
there are discount cards called 'railcards' which are useful but i don't use trains often.
sorry im a bit dumb lol not really an expert.
wikitravel.org could be a useful site.
well i don't use the trains often so no. trains and buses are quite expensive in england. i think you can get railcards that give you discounts. also if you live in london you get oyster cards that mean you don't pay when you use a train, underground or bus when you use it but like at end of the month.
you should definitely visit london! the shops, the sights, its all great. tbh i'm not an expert when it comes to like properties and stuff you'd have to chat to one.
if you do visit london, it's better and cheaper to walk. i see tourists getting the tube when itws only a five minute walk! haha they look silly. :')
oh sorry i'm not a money expert. but apparently its like at least 10% more in london. look around of course.
Its usually at least 5 degrees hotter in the south, the spring is earlier and summer longer. in the winter its not as dark all the time, in scotland in winter sunrise is like 8.30 and sunset is 3.30 lol. scotland and the north are lovely to visit though.
south has the better beaches as well. you've got to visit brighton or skegness. also go see london.
do it. avoid scotland, too cold. try and get a place in the south its nicer but more expensive.
lovely place, isnt it.
You're the sweetest thing everrr, it's not.
I'm gonna learn it for ya
Now, we do.
Well, I'm serious.
But you live in Canada so that makes you a beaver right? Or a hockey player?
So, whats it like to be a bear?