Last edited by billy ross; 11-01-2012 at 01:25 PM.
Gee, how awful to live in the suburbs.
See OLD mama, it works both ways.
I'm happy for you.
By the way, I'm proud that I'm older than most everyone on here so that particular insult doesn't work. I, after all, chose the name.
I live in Chester County as does my boyfriend; neither of us lost power for a second.
Why do some city residents and some suburban residents feel that they are superior just because of where they live, be it in or out of the city? I lived in the city for 38 years. I've lived in the suburbs for 8 years. I am the same person; my address doesn't enhance or diminish who I am. I guess some just have low self-esteem and they look for anything to try to make themselves feel superior to others. There are pros and cons to living in both places. I guess some just aren't intelligent enough to realize that.
I guess it's the same for people who are older. Some feel as if their age equates into some sort of intelligence meter. Unfortunatley, there are plenty of elderly who aren't very intelligent, they're just not bright enough to know it.
This pissing contest is kind of funny to watch.
"My city is better than your stinkin city, HA!"
I can't understand the hatred on here for the suburbs. Is it an inferiority complex of the city dwellers? I've lived in the city all my life and never felt the need to put down the suburbs
There, solved it for you.
Last edited by billy ross; 11-01-2012 at 09:29 PM.