Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Creeping-Cruds, Jan 28, 2009.
I want to take a cruise ship on vacation to Australia. i think Vacations in your own country is dumb. i know a bunch of folks in TN drool over going to Florida. i dont see the big deal.
That would be one long-*** cruise. WTF are you waiting for..
Someone who has never been anywhere making a comment like that is completely and utterly asinine . There is so much to see in this beautiful country that you could spend a lifetime doing it.
After living there 25 years I absolutely agree.
Florida sucks. It's as close to a tropical environment as the US mainland can get. But it still sucks. Flat, hot, nothing filled with alligators and mosquito ponds.
I regularly use the words 'mainland' and 'volcano' on a daily basis.
Hahaha. I just had to watch that again. Cracks me up.
" I...I..I don't care if Fing Tennessee and Pittsburgh were better than us....."
Damn rights we were!!
You can probably do a one-way cruise to Australia in a little over 6 weeks at about $20,000. Fill your boots Jesse. Just don't come anywhere near me when you get there.
I've lived in your country for nearly 2 years now and have visited 41 states. If you seriously think there is nothing worth seeing in your own country on vacation, you are dumber than I thought (and that is saying something).
The beaches I have been to in Florida are very ordinary, I'll agree. I spent Xmas in Clearwater, Florida and it was a nice area that wasn't as spoilt as other parts of the state, and the weather was much more to my liking than a St Louis winter.
If i go on vacation it will be to see things i like, Theme Parks ,Shows and Buildings are not one of them. which is what you get in America.
I like Animals and nature and would love to see the Outback , Africa or the Jungle.
Isn't that ironic, cuz there's a large crowd that hates you
I live in San Antonio and i travel to Nashville 2 times a year to see a Titans game..
Colorado, the Redwoods in California, upstate New York, anywhere in Hawaii (Maui in particular), the Appalachians...these places all have plenty of nature and animals to feast your eyes on Jesse...sounds like you've developed a pretty negative opinion about a bunch of places you've never seen,
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