Live In Another Country

Canada: i have now idea why, but my boyfriend and i always talk about moving there   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 17 02,2017 23:05
I want to live in Alaska or Canada. Somewhere in the mountains where it stays cold and pretty. I have an inability to feel cold but I get too hot really easily. Anything above 40°F (4°C) puts me at risk for heat exhaustion ( ̄ε(# ̄)Σ   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 10 01,2017 18:48
Canada. I moved from Poland to UK for school but I hate this place. Australia was my top1 choice before but I have a very strong arachnofobia so that's a no.   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 10 01,2017 17:01
Right now I'm planning to stay in France ^^ But I'm the kind of person that just goes where they see a light, so I might end up in any country XD I wouldn't want to live in a country where religion is really important though (whatever religion it is), or in a country where the army has a decision on law. Although that last point tends to become ra......   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 10 01,2017 16:42
Japan, and I am actually planning to go there in the near future, maybe in 5 years or so. I first plan to study hard on the language though. And raise the funds..... Which is really painful because I'm a student and almost all my money goes into living expenses.... ┗( T﹏T )┛   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 10 01,2017 16:23
Azusa
10 01,2017 14:54
Hi! I am from Ukraine (Bila Tserkva)! I want to talk with you. I also want some otaku friends from another country. So where are you living now? Do you understand Ukrainian well?   2 reply
See all the answers for this question (3) 10 01,2017 14:54
Mr.Glebsky
10 01,2017 14:48
Hello! I'm from Ukraine, but not Dnepr. I'm from Kiev. What are you studying?   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (3) 10 01,2017 14:48
dawn
10 01,2017 13:57
I'm not from the Ukraine, but if you want someone to talk to/with, I can listen? I was actually in Kiev briefly last month to meet an internet friend. Mind if I ask what you're studying?   3 reply
See all the answers for this question (3) 10 01,2017 13:57
I'm from Croatia, went to university in Austria, went as an exchange student to Germany, later lived in England, now living in Japan and in a about a year I'm moving to South Korea so the country where I want to live in changes all the time.   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 10 01,2017 13:30
Studying abroad [Answer]
nocturnal_rain
10 01,2017 13:24
I went to university in foreign country and also went as an exchange student to another foreign country and it was great both times so I definitely recommend to go abroad.   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (6) 10 01,2017 13:24
I have an aunt who lives in Quebec,Canada and I really want to visit but my financial situation and age won't let me ╥﹏╥ a few distant cousins of my father live in the Netherlands but we rarely ever speak anymore (they are busy we are busy so it was expected) ╮( ̄▽ ̄)╭ some others went to Germany but we weren't close to begin with s......   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (2) 10 01,2017 12:15
I've got distant cousins from The Netherlands... and like you, I've only seen them in photos. They're older than me though ^^;;   reply
See all the answers for this question (2) 10 01,2017 11:27
I want to live in all countries. My dream is to go country to country on impulse. Alas, it's still impossible.   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 10 01,2017 11:26
Germany (I'm in love to Germany Football Team since I was a little girl), England (This is the country of Sherlock Holmes), Netherland (I wanna know how it feels to smoke pot freely without worrying the police), Thailand (I wanna see the set/ location of 'The Beach'. I heard it was filmed there), Japan (I wanna see Mount Fuji. I like mountains), Am......   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 09 01,2017 13:34
I live in Indonesia and I think I'm perfectly fine here. But I would really love to visit Japan and stay there for a few weeks sometime in the future...   reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 09 01,2017 12:27
Chidoreii 08 01,2017 17:14
Hello! I want Otaku friends in Ukraine!! I just came here last year (for study) and I have no friends here so please if anyone is from Ukraine (Dnepr, or any city really) reach out to me please. I'm desperate. I'm dying from loneliness  ┗( T﹏T )┛
3 answer 08 01,2017 17:14
I have nephews from Japan. They are brothers. They are younger than 
me so i hope they will call 
me nee san lol (≧∀≦) they are half indonesian and japanese. They 
were born in japan but their 
parents got married in indonesia. 
They grow up in Japan so i think 
they can't speak bahasa since 
they never live in indonesia.
I haven't seen them in real life (only from photos). ╮( ̄▽ ̄)╭
That's why i learn japanese and 
want to go there. Except i can 
get yaoi stuff easily, i can meet 
them hehe. ヾ(☆▽☆) 

I wonder what is their reaction when they know that i'm a fujoshi lol (≧∀≦) it would be great if they are fudanshi or at least they respect what i like
2 answer 02 01,2017 02:20
Studying abroad [Answer]
Armana
01 01,2017 02:43
I agree that studying abroad can be cheaper. I did a BA in Italy at an American university...and it was cheaper. If I had attended an Italian university, it would have been even cheaper! :)   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (6) 01 01,2017 02:43
Japan, France, Canada or UK! Japan of course you can get yaoi stuff easily hehe but i will be worried about my wallet i don't want to get poor easily because so mannyyyy stuff that i want to buy lol and for the rest of countries (japan included) i would like to live there because i want to make friend from those countries and i want to visit so man......   1 reply
See all the answers for this question (24) 01 01,2017 01:52
Moving to Norway at 13 [Experience]
crocodile 12 06,2016 16:05
I was born and raised in Spain despite the fact that I only started learning spanish when i was 4 in kindergarten. I grew up speaking english since my mother is from England, so, thanks to english being my first language, I've had many advantages when it comes to life, including when I moved to Norway when I was 13. Two years have already passed si......   2 reply
12 06,2016 16:05