Tx; noun, def~worst city imaginable
That is my home town. It's a suburb to Houston (2nd worst city
imaginable) and there is absolutely nothing to do. There are rarely ever parties, too. I go to a pretty average
highschool. I feel like I will never accomplish anything in this God forsaken town. Do any teens have this same
All of 'em!!Originally Posted by manchorito
Freedom begins when you tell Mrs. Grundy to go fly a kite.
Someone once told me that where you are is a state of mind.Originally Posted by manchorito
I suppose that makes some
sense, as I look back on my life.
But I think what is most important is what we achieve with what we have.
Call that a MacGuyver philosophy. I watched that show for several years and loved his ingenuity. He always seemed
to know how to turn any bad situation into something good.
Personally, I love Houston and hate having to leave
it. I hope I can come back some day, or maybe just find a place as great. But I wanted to get out of the little
town where I spent most of my teens so desperately, I can understand how you feel.
I agree with MtnJim. You
are not alone. You're just growing up.
Yeah.... he had some pretty kick a$$ writers, didn't he (I loved that show)But I think what is
most important is what we achieve with what we have. Call that a MacGuyver philosophy. I watched that show for
several years and loved his ingenuity. He always seemed to know how to turn any bad situation into something good.
live on the outskirts of HOUSTON.... its a huge city, isn't it? (well compared to cities in CT) I'm sure there is
plenty of teenage social life to go around..... you just need to go out and find it. Well, to be PC... no
underage ..... try pool halls and such..... you'll find cool peole to hang out with .
get there, just choose a good college somewhere you might want to live, and start over then.
Eep Opp Ork Aah Aah...
Study hard. Get good grades. Go to
college in Austin.
Are you thinking of 6th Street?
I've been there once, it was beautiful! It would take a year to visit all of those places. That's a huge party,
full of hot babes.
Just make sure you don't get to a college town like mine. Its a small town of about 15,000,
with an airforce base 12 miles away. We got lots of bars, but for any real entertainment outside of university
sponsored events I have to go an hour to Kansas City.
I'm from Florida and have lived in the desert, along the gulf coast, on the California coast andOriginally Posted by manchorito
in Alaska, now I live near Dallas. In all my travels the one thing I learned is that any place is pretty much the
same as any other. It's exactly what you make it. Until you decide to be happy somewere, nowhere is going to be any
There's some good advice posted here, get your education and learn what you need to live well. Then you
can go wherever you want. But while you have to be in Texas, make the best of it.
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