New guy from Surfside Beach

D27NY

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How's it goin', fellas (and ladies)?

I've been here in the great state of SC for about a month. I'm from "behind enemy lines" in New York.


Looking forward to checking out the forum more. :mrgreen:
 

thebrasilian

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You escaped from the madness up there. SC is a lot more gun friendly. I'm originally from Ohio.
 
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Have ya learned to love grits yet? Can ya say "y'all" without stoppin to tink bout it? Do ya own a 3 plaid shirts? One with the sleves cut of, One dress up type, and one flannel lined? Do ya feel comfortable wearin a wife beater undershirt in public?

Anyway - Welcome aboard yankee :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

Pops

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I've been to NY once. one huge place.
I also went to a wedding in Smethport PA. We flew in to the upstate region. Buffalo, Niagra Falls , etc.
The drive through NY state and PA was some of the most beautiful country I've ever seen.

Until I saw upstate NY I, like many people who've never been there, thought New York City was "New York";
Not so!

Welcome to South Carolina! and to the forum.

Pops
 

D27NY

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Thanks, fellas! :D



lafayette gregory said:
Have ya learned to love grits yet? Can ya say "y'all" without stoppin to tink bout it? Do ya own a 3 plaid shirts? One with the sleves cut of, One dress up type, and one flannel lined? Do ya feel comfortable wearin a wife beater undershirt in public?

Anyway - Welcome aboard yankee :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I did actually order grits when we were out for breakfast when we first got here. I loved them. :mrgreen:

Pops said:
I've been to NY once. one huge place.
I also went to a wedding in Smethport PA. We flew in to the upstate region. Buffalo, Niagra Falls , etc.
The drive through NY state and PA was some of the most beautiful country I've ever seen.

Until I saw upstate NY I, like many people who've never been there, thought New York City was "New York";
Not so!

Welcome to South Carolina! and to the forum.

Pops
Exactly!

Lots of people hear "New York", and automatically think "New York City". (Which isn't a knock on NYC.....I used to love visiting there, but I could never live there)

I'm from about 4 hours north of the city. Binghamton area, right near the NY/PA border. Aside from the politics, it's actually a nice area. My girlfriend and I (we're both 27) just needed to "spread our wings" and try life somewhere other than NY.

Luckily, we have friends down here and are staying with them until we get on our feet.
 

Dave29461

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Welcome to the forum. Have a son in Conn. so we have driven through beautiful country getting around New York City to get there.
 
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