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>> No. 2227 Anonymous
13th August 2012
Monday 6:13 pm
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I'm heading down to Worthing to do some work experience, is there anything to do?
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>> No. 2231 Anonymous
17th August 2012
Friday 6:09 pm
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Worthing's really just a Brighton suburb. So go into the city and have gay bum sex or something.

>> No. 2220 Anonymous
5th August 2012
Sunday 8:05 pm
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Anyone willing to admit they live in Mansfield, Notts
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>> No. 2224 Anonymous
12th August 2012
Sunday 8:57 pm
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A friend of mine used to live there and called it an absolute shit hole. At least the rent was cheap.
>> No. 2225 Anonymous
12th August 2012
Sunday 9:40 pm
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It is a shit hole and yes the rent and house prices are cheap.

100 pound a month for me
>> No. 2226 Anonymous
13th August 2012
Monday 5:33 pm
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What so bad about it? I hear the people are scum but I don't know much else.
>> No. 2229 Anonymous
15th August 2012
Wednesday 9:41 pm
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As it sounds like you are aware, Mansfield has a really bad reputation but I'll try and keep this as balanced as possible.

Mansfield is just a typical post heavy Northern industrial town, yes Mansfield is in the east Mids but it has a Northern town feel to it. The town centers pretty dreary with the dominating shopping center looking like a grim brutalist concrete block, the nightlife is fairly dire but about the standard you would expect in a depressed area. To be fair the place has improved from its all time low in the early 90's when there was large amounts of drunken violence and regular day time muggings around the town center by assorted alchy's and junkies - that's largely in the past these days
What you said about the people is the real problem, around the turn of the centuary thousands migrated into the area to work at the pits, when that industry disappeared there was insufficient work for the local population which has led to a massive benefit's dependent culture. Compounding this is the fact anyone with any prospect of a career tends to get out as soon as

As I said the upside to this is cheap house prices, and with good transport links to Nottingham and reasonable links to Sheffield it means you dont really have to have much to do with the town itself.
As an example I bought a 3 bed room semi for just under 60k around 3 years away from the peak of the housing boom. If it means putting up with chavs old and young when I go shopping, for that price, big deal.

Best piece ever written about Mansfield -

Mansfield, in the Heart of Sherwood Forest (1 tree left) is a Busy market town(dodgy cheap clothes for sale). Famous for it's industrial heritage (pollution) mining roots (lot's of men with what looks like eyeliner on but actually coaldust in their eyes), and Robin Hood (who's traditional trade is still carried out with enthusiasm by the local residents) who reputedly roamed the surrounding areas with his merry men (pretending to be disabled people selling household goods for charity) during the middle age's. The town's wealth (new police station and courthouse) was built during the 18th and 19th century on textiles (only women have got jobs), and can be seen today in building's such as the Shoe Co Factory on Sutton Rd (falling down and bankrupt) and the giant Torrey factory in Forest town (Automated and stealing all the local water from it's own boreholes (I can't remember voting for a lower water table and higher water bills). Mansfield has always welcomed people with new religious ideas (Quaker's beaten up in Woodhouse 17th century) Visit the Meeting house (graves underneath Tesco's and Duel carrageway) where religious groups met frequently in times past. During the Jacobite rebellion Bonny Prince Charlie raised his standard in Mansfield and was greeted with the usual Mansfield Welcome (apathy). Bringing us up to date on our short introduction to Mansfield we find the quirky local character in all sections of the community both old, (Turn that Fuckin' music down!) and young (Boys="I'm gonna fuckin' kill you", Girls="take me away from this town and I'll give you and all your mates a blow job, by the way how much money do you earn?".
>> No. 2230 Anonymous
17th August 2012
Friday 5:43 pm
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Thank you for that executive summary it was very entertaining and informative.

Where did you live before?

>> No. 9 Anonymous
27th May 2009
Wednesday 1:37 pm
9 Manchester, lads
Report in

Didsbury here
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>> No. 1863 Anonymous
8th October 2011
Saturday 3:08 pm
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Rusholme here. Only lived in the city for two and a bit years. Was introduced to Manchester women by dating a wench from Wythenshawe who was obsessed with Hitler. Terrific shag she was.
>> No. 1966 Anonymous
14th January 2012
Saturday 11:34 am
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Bump, because Manchester should be on the front page.
>> No. 2167 Anonymous
27th May 2012
Sunday 4:09 am
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>> No. 2211 Anonymous
23rd July 2012
Monday 6:14 am
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I plan on going to Uni in Manchester this fall. Anyone know of anyone that is renting a room and wants a flat mate? I'm looking for anything reasonably priced (~300ppm) near the Uni of Manchester. Cheers
>> No. 2219 Anonymous
5th August 2012
Sunday 6:53 pm
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300 a month in the centre? Good luck with that. Maybe you could get away with somewhere in Salford, Harpurhey or Failsworth.

>> No. 2212 Anonymous
23rd July 2012
Monday 2:52 pm
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I'm going to be making a brief visit to Her Majesty the Queen's WIndsor this weekend, staying two nights. It is very short notice, so will I need to be sleeping rough in a park or are there some hostels offering immediate accomodation that are fairly cheap?

If sleeping rough is how it's going to be, any suggestions on a good quiet/preferably private area?
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>> No. 2213 Anonymous
23rd July 2012
Monday 2:58 pm
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Why are you doing that?
I'd suggest sleeping in a train station or something. If anyone asks, you missed your train.
>> No. 2214 Anonymous
23rd July 2012
Monday 3:06 pm
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that's a good idea, but won't I get kicked out by the staff?

something came up that can't wait

>> No. 2203 Anonymous
4th July 2012
Wednesday 12:37 pm
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Any South Yorkshireman?
Rotherhamfag here.

>> No. 2199 Anonymous
28th June 2012
Thursday 10:34 pm
2199 Portsmouth
Repost from /b/
I'm about to visit Portsmouth soon. Are there anonymous from there? I don't believe various leaflets, is it a dirty port town with port whores and drunken sailors, or a nice quiet seashore place, or a crowded beach place?
What R the places of interest in this town?
Tell me please about this place, anon.
Sorry for my jumping handwriting.

>> No. 108 Anonymous
29th May 2009
Friday 1:18 am
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Report in.
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>> No. 2193 Anonymous
22nd June 2012
Friday 2:38 pm
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It used to be quite bad. A lot of drug dealing and stabbing going on there. Don't know if it's changed but it still looks pretty grim inside.
The music nights are meant to be good though.
>> No. 2195 Anonymous
25th June 2012
Monday 3:52 pm
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Pub sounds a plan at some point then? At a loss to where though - my haunts tend to be more towards the centre of town.
>> No. 2196 Anonymous
25th June 2012
Monday 4:59 pm
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I did actually suggest a pub trip for us South Brummies but then retracted my post upon consideration that it would probably be awful. But if you guys are up for buying a round each then I'm game - I'm not sure where would be best in this area as much like you I tend to do my drinking in town. Is the British Oak on the Pershore Road still a haunt for BNP supporters? Oh, the Selly Park Tavern is pretty nice and quiet, haven't been there in a few years. And they sell Purity there if I recall correctly. I'd suggest there.
>> No. 2197 Anonymous
25th June 2012
Monday 5:36 pm
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SPT's not a bad call to be honest, was down there with some mates when he had the brief stretch of glorious weather at the start of the month. And a selection of real ales is always a good sign!
>> No. 2198 Anonymous
28th June 2012
Thursday 6:41 pm
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Maypole / Truemans Heath / Hollywood lad here. Anybody else from this end save for the one chap from Shirley?

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>> No. 2149 Anonymous
19th May 2012
Saturday 7:27 pm
2149 Sheffield
Is Sheffield as nice at its wikipedia page makes it out to be?

> Estimated to contain over two million trees, Sheffield has more trees per person than any other city in Europe, and according to Sheffield City Council, it is England's greenest city, a claim that was reinforced when it won the 2005 Entente Florale competition. It has over 170 woodlands

> The racial composition of Sheffield's population was 91.2% White

> Although a city, Sheffield is informally known as "the largest village in England", because of a combination of topographical isolation and demographic stability. It is the largest city in the U.K. that does not form the basis of a conurbation, and is relatively geographically isolated, being cut off from other places by a ring of hills. The land surrounding Sheffield was unsuitable for industrial use, and now includes several protected green belt areas.

> In 1956, Hunt stated that "Modern Sheffield, a flourishing industrial city with over half a million inhabitants and a world-wide reputation, still retains many of the essential characteristics of the small market town of about five thousand people from which it has grown in the space of two and a half centuries." A 1970 survey has supported Hunt's characterisation, with more Sheffield residents able to identify a "home area" within the city than people from other large county boroughs were, and greatly more Sheffield residents expressing an unwillingness to leave their city than people from other large county boroughs did. This latter unwillingness was noted, by the survey analysis, as far more characteristic of the response that would be obtained by surveying a "a small urban or rural authority rather than a large county borough".
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>> No. 2164 Anonymous
24th May 2012
Thursday 5:18 pm
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I think you're wrong about the posh areas there lad, Totley is a bit odd, mix of rich and nice, just nice and some random estates.

And add Broomhill, Fulwood, Crookes into the list of nice/posh (bit of a mix) Broomhall's a bit odd though.
>> No. 2166 Anonymous
27th May 2012
Sunday 4:07 am
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>The racial composition of Sheffield's population was 91.2% White
The fuck is wrong with you lad?
>> No. 2168 Anonymous
27th May 2012
Sunday 10:31 am
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I live in Netherthorpe - which is one of the worst districts of Sheffield - and its still pretty nice.

I chuckled heartily at >>2150 because its so true. I would say that ~80% of people I live near are on some form of welfare (from an extremely unscientific and judgemental system based on looks alone) and yet I don't see any real/violent crime or feel threatened at all.

If anyone cares I could probably get you a link to a pdf report called "A Tale of Two Cities" by David Blunkett which takes an interesting look at how and why Sheffield has the poorest and richest council districts in the north right next to each other.
>> No. 2170 Anonymous
28th May 2012
Monday 2:21 pm
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Having lived in some very 'diverse' areas I can't tell you how happy I am when I actually get to live among my own kind.
>> No. 2182 Anonymous
16th June 2012
Saturday 3:59 pm
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he's one of them there fancy pants aboriginals who uses big words like 'cultural' and 'marxism', often in conjuntion.

>> No. 21 Anonymous
27th May 2009
Wednesday 5:21 pm
21 Pompey
check in mush!
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>> No. 1300 Anonymous
13th July 2010
Tuesday 1:06 am
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I can't believe we have ended up with so many Pompeyfags. How weird.
>> No. 1484 Anonymous
9th October 2010
Saturday 7:57 pm
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City of Copnor rollin deep
>> No. 2169 Anonymous
27th May 2012
Sunday 1:44 pm
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Staright outta Copnor
>> No. 2176 Anonymous
29th May 2012
Tuesday 11:00 pm
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Just over the Solent, on the godforsaken Isle of Wight
>> No. 2177 Anonymous
29th May 2012
Tuesday 11:43 pm
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Part time Titchfield/Hill Header here. Last time I went anywhere near you lot it was for a gallows gig at that pyramid thing. Is Jurassic 3000AD still running?

>> No. 2171 Anonymous
28th May 2012
Monday 3:46 pm
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What does .gs think about Brighton?

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>> No. 2172 Anonymous
28th May 2012
Monday 3:59 pm
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It's like Hove, but shittier.

(Bit of an old pic, lad, the West Pie hasn't looked like that for a while).
>> No. 2173 Anonymous
28th May 2012
Monday 4:59 pm
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I know, I live there. I was just wondering what everyone else made of it.
>> No. 2174 Anonymous
28th May 2012
Monday 5:18 pm
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>It's like Hove, but shittier.
And vice versa, presumably.
>> No. 2175 Anonymous
29th May 2012
Tuesday 10:59 pm
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The only time I stayed in Brighton, I couldn't get any sleep at all because of the fucking seagulls. Other than that it's not bad.

>> No. 2136 Anonymous
1st May 2012
Tuesday 11:16 pm
So, I'm new here, but since 4chan failed me, I came here. I'll be spending 2 months during the summer in east sussex, near wadhurst. I'm actually hoping to find someone who can tell me more about that area and maybe want to grab a beer or 2 with me when I get there, since I'll be alone.
Pls respond

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>> No. 2135 Anonymous
1st May 2012
Tuesday 11:13 pm
2135 Durham?
https://www.youtube.com/v/F_5sOjfgGps anybody from Durham on here?

>> No. 2091 Anonymous
11th March 2012
Sunday 11:01 am
2091 Americunts
Any fellow yanks lurking here?
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>> No. 2092 Anonymous
11th March 2012
Sunday 1:11 pm
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Get out.
>> No. 2106 Anonymous
6th April 2012
Friday 12:27 am
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>> No. 2077 Anonymous
17th February 2012
Friday 8:06 pm
2077 Bucks
Any Bucks?
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>> No. 2079 Anonymous
19th February 2012
Sunday 11:28 am
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I'm afraid it's Pounds sterling on this board lad.
>> No. 2080 Anonymous
19th February 2012
Sunday 11:06 pm
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Didn't know Bucks. had such a cool flag.
>> No. 2081 Anonymous
19th February 2012
Sunday 11:13 pm
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>> No. 2085 Anonymous
26th February 2012
Sunday 12:57 pm
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looks like that swan is shitting gold links
>> No. 2086 Anonymous
26th February 2012
Sunday 7:09 pm
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I saw one of those in Bucks the other day. It was waiting to cross the road. Proper horns and everything.

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