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Old 12th July 2010, 09:19 PM
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Sorry if you feel I started all this, I merely picked up on your earlier posts and your negativity towards anything Canadian, the fact that you posted I thought you wanted to discuss them thats what a forum is all about, if you dont want replies dont post.
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Old 12th July 2010, 09:43 PM
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You don't want a reply from me-ever. Well too bad, so sad.
You are such a shallow individual. So you made loadsamoney (sic)? So what? And who are you to suggest that I made the wrong decision? For your edification I made the correct decision for me and have been well contented because of it. If I put my assets up against yours I'm sure I could buy and sell you many times over but I was raised to not blow my own horn, unlike you..
I'm not surprised you're returning to be near family and friends because, with your snobbish attitude, I truly doubt you have any friends here other than those of the same snooty ilk. As far as millions returning to their UK homeland that's a gross exaggeration to say the least, and if Australia, New Zealand and Canada opened up immigration there would be such an exit from the UK your head would spin.
The UK is a financial mess with an 8% unemployment rate and with so many people on the public purse it'll take years to bring it back from recession. It won't affect you with your privileged life in the Lake District but you're probably the type to not care about anyone else.
From Canada's perspective, good riddance to you and don't let the door smack you on the arse on your way out TOMORROW, Hooray.
Oooooh, have I touched a NERVE? you're sooooo jealous it comes across in all your petty posts. I am not shallow or materialistic, I have made money granted, but also have raised thousands for terminally ill children. we are returning to care for ailing relatives, not just sticking them in an old people's home !!!!!!!!!!!!! The door won't touch my cute toned arse - it doesn't stick out unlike........?????????? LOL. Can't wait for tomorrow, you sound like the residents around here!

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Oooooh, have I touched a NERVE? you're sooooo jealous it comes across in all your petty posts. I am not shallow or materialistic, I have made money granted, but also have raised thousands for terminally ill children. we are returning to care for ailing relatives, not just sticking them in an old people's home !!!!!!!!!!!!! The door won't touch my cute toned arse - it doesn't stick out unlike........?????????? LOL. Can't wait for tomorrow, you sound like the residents around here!
I'm sorry but having read your comments on here you do seem like the type of person who is so full of herself. Having lived in Canada for 5 years, was you really expecting everything in Canada to be everything to your tasting. Obviously when you move to another country your going to sample things that your not used to, and how things are done differently. Was you really expecting Canada to be the UK but in a much bigger country. I'm sorry but your attitude is something I normally hear in the UK on a daily basis, where people always seem to moan about anything from the weather to pushing in front of someone in a quene.

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Old 12th July 2010, 10:31 PM
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I'm sorry but having read your comments on here you do seem like the type of person who is so full of herself. Having lived in Canada for 5 years, was you really expecting everything in Canada to be everything to your tasting. Obviously when you move to another country your going to sample things that your not used to, and how things are done differently. Was you really expecting Canada to be the UK but in a much bigger country. I'm sorry but your attitude is something I normally hear in the UK on a daily basis, where people always seem to moan about anything from the weather to pushing in front of someone in a quene.
I really can't be bothered to respond to people who write "Was you..." instead of "were you..." and write "your" instead of "you're".
I am not moaning, I am stating facts that I have experienced, as the OP wanted opinions I gave mine. I have a great and kind and generous attitude, I can't change other peoples' attitude, I just raise money for charities, have fostered children, have done voluntary work, tried out Ontario, going back, end of story. Why should my life be so important to you moaners? I am definitely not the sort of person who is full of herself, I always look for the good in others, unfortunately can't find much here. Perhaps you should get a life.

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elouiseapresley may I remind you of that the reason you are getting negative comments and remarks is quite simply because it is the vibes you are sending to everyone else, on a more serious note did you find anything positive the 5 years you spent in Canada, maybe you could say in 4or five words

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Old 12th July 2010, 10:51 PM
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elouiseapresley may I remind you of that the reason you are getting negative comments and remarks is quite simply because it is the vibes you are sending to everyone else, on a more serious note did you find anything positive the 5 years you spent in Canada, maybe you could say in 4or five words
my well water tastes beautiful!
I nurtured some foster children, and hopefully they will go on to have a great future.
I am positive I want to return to the UK.

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Old 12th July 2010, 10:52 PM
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elouiseapresley may I remind you of that the reason you are getting negative comments and remarks is quite simply because it is the vibes you are sending to everyone else, on a more serious note did you find anything positive the 5 years you spent in Canada, maybe you could say in 4or five words
my well water tastes beautiful!
I nurtured some foster children, and hopefully they will go on to have a great future.
I am positive I want to return to the UK.

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good for you now surely that puts you in a more positive mood

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also its good to know you have a cute toned arse lol

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also its good to know you have a cute toned arse lol
I think that's in the eye of the beholder.

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