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    Default Quiz: Where On Earth Should I Live?

    The country of your destiny, or not? Curious what everybody here matches up with.

    https://www.arealme.com/country/en/


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    I like the result, matches my character. Buddhism/Spirituality, warm climate, the ocean, street food & neon night life sounds good. If I knew more (particularly the bad aspects, as any country has them) Bangkok or the south would really be a legit travel destination.

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    Greece
    "Inasmuch as it is nothing but pure communicability, every face, even the most noble and beautiful, is always suspended on the edge of an abyss"

    They asked the fox, "Who's your witness?" The fox said, "My tail!"

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    "Bouvet Island is an uninhabited volcanic island in the Southern Ocean, south-southwest of Cape Town. Bouvet is thought to be the remotest island in the world. The nearest land to it is Antarctica — over 1,750 km away!"

    Fantastic.

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    I got South Korea, but honestly, the west coast of Turkey or Southern California or central Ohio are all pretty great.

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    I actually took the test twice bcoz i got thailand the first time and i didn't want to get the same results as someone else so then i took it again and got greece lol sorry for cheating
    "Inasmuch as it is nothing but pure communicability, every face, even the most noble and beautiful, is always suspended on the edge of an abyss"

    They asked the fox, "Who's your witness?" The fox said, "My tail!"

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    Argentina
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    Your result is:

    Turkey





    From the dome-and-minaret skyline of Istanbul, to its coast-side Roman ruins, Turkey is enchanting. Its beaches are best May to October — try Patara, it’s outstanding. Look forward to hot sunshine, friendly locals and reasonable prices.

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    Chile

    "Chile’s ribbon-like shape — 4,300 km long and averaging 175 km wide — might see you experiencing a widely varied climate. Viña del Mar is a beach highlight of the South Pacific, and above all rise the snow-capped Chilean Andes. "

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    I like my result.


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    The rocky hills with castles at the horizon. Seems lovely.
    Last edited by uniden; 09-12-2017 at 11:44 AM.

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    Saudi Arabia
    "Here are the holy Muslim cities of Makkah and Madinah, to which all able Muslims are required to make a pilgrimage. Visit the ruined Nabataean city of Madain Saleh, and go to Abah — the kingdom’s remarkable mountain resort. "

    I have no words for this. It is so backwards in almost every possible way I can imagine.
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    Spain

    "Europe’s exotic Spain is relaxed, and everywhere there’s vibrant music, folklore and festivities. Visit beautiful Madrid, the architectural wonder that’s Barcelona, and Pamplona’s ‘Running of the Bulls.’ Then, don’t forget evocative Seville and Granada."

    Not bad. Could be worse. I'd have to learn Spanish first, though (which I intended to do years ago).
    ... I'd probably like the guys there. ^-^'
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    Quote Originally Posted by unsuccessfull Alphamale View Post
    Saudi Arabia

    I have no words for this. It is so backwards in almost every possible way I can imagine.
    This is interesting though! I recently saw a documentary about the country and it introduced quite a lot of ILE, SLI, and LIE entrepreneurs. Their law and social customs are so strict and ancient that people say it's challenging them to make innovations the indirect way, finding loop holes to censorship and regulations everywhere - cheating the system essentially, albeit slowly since the Saudis hate drastic changes. So SA is likely the country where ILE might not be best suited for but most needed in I could imagine that it's a classic supervision scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post
    I like my result.

    Never even thought of that, this country is sooo bloody (heh) Aylen-like








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    Your result is:Brazil

    Brazil


    Famous for its soccer and its Rio carnival, Brazil is the largest country in South America. Enjoy the bustle of São Paulo and the energy of Pernambuco, but remember the magnificent Amazon rainforest stands waiting.

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    Last edited by Simo; 09-13-2017 at 09:20 PM.

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    So much for endless hot summers;

    Your result is:Russia

    Covering one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited area, Russia’s best known sights are in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Russia has several of the world's greatest museums; The Hermitage presents a glitteringly impressive collection.

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    Turkey


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    @Simo grazie for your account!

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    I DON'T FUCKING KNOW WHAT TOM WANTS OR SHOULD DO WITH HIS LIFE

    I got Germany.


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    I could get on board with this but I rly wanna steal @Vespertine's result GIMME


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    "Spratly Islands ""Spratly Islands "


    "The Spratly Islands are a tropical archipelago of 100 small islands in the South China Sea. All are claimed by several of the region’s governments. You’ll be well rewarded for landing on Layang Layang and heading straight to the dive resort. "


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    Bouvet Island
    Bouvet Island is an uninhabited volcanic island in the Southern Ocean, south-southwest of Cape Town. Bouvet is thought to be the remotest island in the world. The nearest land to it is Antarctica — over 1,750 km away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Soul View Post
    Bouvet Island
    Bouvet Island is an uninhabited volcanic island in the Southern Ocean, south-southwest of Cape Town. Bouvet is thought to be the remotest island in the world. The nearest land to it is Antarctica — over 1,750 km away!
    Bouvet Island is a piece of my heart *-*

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    I stole your answer, Chae... For some reason, I used to want to live in Sweden... France is also a really nice... Place.

    Your result is:

    South Korea

    "Visit Seoul's imperial palaces; among them is Changdeokgung, where the past is entirely captivating. On Korea’s favourite Jeju Island, experience the eerie underground lava tubes. As for traditional cuisine, music and dance — it’s all joyously inescapable. "

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    I got Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chae View Post
    If I knew more (particularly the bad aspects, as any country has them) Bangkok or the south would really be a legit travel destination.
    It's okay.

    Bangkok is an extremely repetitive city (I know it pretty well) though. It's probably the best metropolis in SEA though. There is an island for everybody in Thailand but a lot of them are very full now because there's simply so much tourism from China.

    Anyway I got Cyprus. But Cyprus is really not big enough for me to spend too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by totalize View Post
    It's okay.

    Bangkok is an extremely repetitive city (I know it pretty well) though. It's probably the best metropolis in SEA though. There is an island for everybody in Thailand but a lot of them are very full now because there's simply so much tourism from China.

    Anyway I got Cyprus. But Cyprus is really not big enough for me to spend too long.
    Yes, just like SKorea gets a lot of Chinese tourists in the South, the islands are popular. Do you know more about the rural areas upcountry?

    True, a short adventure and you already know everything Feeling like Napoleon on Elba.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chae View Post
    Yes, just like SKorea gets a lot of Chinese tourists in the South, the islands are popular. Do you know more about the rural areas upcountry?

    True, a short adventure and you already know everything Feeling like Napoleon on Elba.
    It depends what you want to know. Actually, there's something in Thailand for everyone, which is why it attracts so many tourists. Even these days it is not cheap, which it had the reputation for, it still attracts many.

    Well quite. I feel like living in a city there is always something to explore that's new. You cannot conquer the place too quickly, or at all . . .
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    I got Peru, interesting!

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    Germany

    Known for its precision engineering and industriousness, Germany is equally admired for its old-world charm. Of its historic cities, Munich is a must-see. And don’t miss Berlin, medieval Bremen, Hamburg, Cologne and the picturesque Rhineland.

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    Spain

    "Europe’s exotic Spain is relaxed, and everywhere there’s vibrant music, folklore and festivities. Visit beautiful Madrid, the architectural wonder that’s Barcelona, and Pamplona’s ‘Running of the Bulls.’ Then, don’t forget evocative Seville and Granada. "

    Quote Originally Posted by uniden View Post

    The rocky hills with castles at the horizon. Seems lovely.
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    Czech Republic

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    Man, I got South Korea again. What's up with that?

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    I got Spratly Islands. But google says they are Chinese military bases...there's like one hotel on one and the island is tiny. But I guess I didn't get North Korea.
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    Thailand
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    got Thailand upgrade
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    hmm no


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    Thailand
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    Away from other people-said the introvert
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    Enneagram 2w1sw(1w9) helps others to live up to their own standards of what a good person is and is very behind the scenes in the process.
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