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What are five words/adjectives you would never use to describe Your town.

Asked by Aster (19984points) July 12th, 2011

I mean the town you’re living in now, city or small town. Not the place you used to live but where you are today. What are five words you would not or could not consider using to describe it? Mine are:
Exciting looking
Non-Christian
Scenic
Snowy
Unfriendly

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picante's avatar

My city is not:
Cold
Rainy
Fast to traverse
Easy to navigate
Unappealling

Cruiser's avatar

Dirty
Smelly
Ugly
Unsafe
Jewish

redfeather's avatar

Exciting
Dirty
Poor
Flat
Dangerous

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

Large
Noisy
Busy
New
Pretentious

Brian1946's avatar

Small.
Peaceful.
Safe.
Cold.
Spacious.

zenvelo's avatar

Diverse
Lively
Rocking
Singles
Flat

DominicX's avatar

The metro area I live in may be these things, but my specific town is not:

Diverse
Poor
Treeless
Busy
Modest

ucme's avatar

Big
Crowded
Renowned
Busy
Inhospitable

downtide's avatar

Quiet
Clean
Religious
Dry
Boring

Berserker's avatar

Splendid. (fucking backwater hoboville)

Abundant (this town has once had the status of ghost town for about ten years, due to its extreme poverty rate that drew almost every business out of…business. Doing a bit better today though).

Constructive (erecting a huge clock in the town square, instead of fixing the bad roads or putting up traffic lights where they’re badly needed)

Undead (my town got out of its gutter by merging with two other small nearby towns. They used to have their respective names, but now all three are considered the same. It’s like a zombie!)

Interesting (while we do have a sweet little library, our town may be defined through crime, poverty and way too many pizza joints)

We do have this funny urban legend about a kid walking down a main street waving a severed hand at cars though.

cletrans2col's avatar

@Cruiser Do you live in NYC?

Cruiser's avatar

@cletrans2col Suburb of Chicago

Aster's avatar

@Cruiser it sounds just fantastic. But why didn’t you say, “tropical?”

Cruiser's avatar

@Aster Because the past few weeks it has rained 20 minutes every day and been in the 90’s and on Monday Hurricane force winds has knocked out power to 500,000 homes and businesses! ;)

Aster's avatar

Oh. Well, u like excitement. lol Here, there’s never any excitement. You can count on 100 degrees for at least two months straight. Winter is very nice, though.

Aethelwine's avatar

Unpatriotic
Not family friendly
Hectic
Crowded
New

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