Why I Love CaliforniaMcgillacuddy I've never been to many other states before, but California is probably one of the better states in the U.S. to live in. There's just so many things great about it.
1: There are many climates
We have desert, mountains, valleys, beaches, ocean, canyons, snow... it's really beautiful out here with towering mountains sitting right in front of Southern Cali.
2: Los Angeles
Of course, we have the Los Angeles county, one of the largest and most populated counties in the world. It is also one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the U.S. It can be very easy to find a job out here.
3: There's a lot of things to do out here
See a concert, go to the beach, visit a ski resort, go camping, drive dune buggies and dirt bikes, visit Hollywood, see the Long Beach Indy race, go to an amusement park, see a basketball game... there's almost an endless amount of things to do out here. There are tons of places to visit and events to see. You'll never be bored.
Most celebrities live out here in the Los Angeles county, and it's fairly easy to run into one. I've ran into one celebrity and that was Chris Rock. There are also a lot of concerts held out in Cali.
5: Beautiful beaches
Probably one of my most favorite things to do here is visit the beach on a warm sunny day with nothing but my board and the high tide. It's fun and relaxing at the same time. Most beaches are packed with people, but there are some beaches that are silent with only few people if you don't want a crowd.
There are many other reasons to love California. I'll never move from this state because it's my home, and it's definitely an amazing place to call home.
I'd like to move to Encino - bobbythebrony
It was out of sight.
You got to believe
I'm back in Encino
You got to believe
I'm back in Encino
Got to believe.
And everything's all right.
The sky above and
The ground below.
Back to Encino.
It was lost,
Some time ago.
Now I'm just glad,
To be back home. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
No, no, NO not that terrible episode! - Mcgillacuddy
Yeah, that episode sucked. To be honest, that was the only tolerable song out of all the stupid songs in the episode (and ironically, I actually found the song funny the first time I saw it). - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Sorry I had to put you through that, man. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
LoL it's all good - Mcgillacuddy
MSS nobody Gives a f*ck about you bringing anime out of nowhere lol - Nateawesomeness
Nate, that's from SpongeBob T_T - Mcgillacuddy
Oh,whoops O_O - Nateawesomeness
It took me a while but I now realize that the episode the song is from is the episode where they go to Atlantis. - Skullkid755
Sorry MSS - Nateawesomeness
Exactly Spongebob - bobbythebrony
DUDUDU - Puga
California knows how to party! - Mcgillacuddy
Great post! I'm looking forward to more great posts from you! I might do a post like this for North Carolina. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
South Carolina - Nateawesomeness
Oh, you live in South Carolina, Nateawesomeness? - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Yea - Nateawesomeness
Ya - Nateawesomeness
I used to live in California. The weather was amazing compared to the practically melting temperatures here in Arizona. - EternalLaughter
Ugh, Arizona. Worse than Las Vegas heat, and I've experienced that heat - Mcgillacuddy
I'd love to visit California some day. Especially the vineyards in the north. - visitor
I've been there. Bring your camera π - Mcgillacuddy
Π"Έπ ππ» - visitor
In case nobody knew the amusment park is Six flags Magic Mountain - Nateawesomeness
And Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland, Seaworld, Universal Studios, and Legoland - Mcgillacuddy
I live in an uninteresting craphole town on the Tennessee/Alabama border. Nothing to see here folks. - bobbythebrony
I've been to Cali once. Nice visit. I remember buying a Luigi balloon from Seaport Village in San Diego. - ProPanda
Aren't their earthquakes their? - visitor
Southern Cali is right on the San Andreas faultline so it is prone to devastating earthquakes. We haven't had any major ones in the last 20 years but they can come at any unsuspected moment - Mcgillacuddy
Um, I don't live in the US but in the UK, I think Dorset is the best to live in. - visitor