View Poll Results: What do you live on?

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  • Street

    25 30.12%
  • Avenue

    3 3.61%
  • Road

    17 20.48%
  • Close

    1 1.20%
  • Place

    5 6.02%
  • Way

    6 7.23%
  • Lane

    1 1.20%
  • Drive

    10 12.05%
  • Other

    15 18.07%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laksa View Post
    Hmm, seems the 'copy above' bit didn't happen lol

    I live on a Way. It is shaped like a backwards P and has about 40 houses.

    Yes I know..*sigh*
    Lovely bunch but not to bright...

    a few kids short of a Duggar family.

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    I live on a really long windy hilly road. We are number 185. Each night I run from my house to the end of the street and back again, exactly 4km... Really long road lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    Yes I know..*sigh*
    Lovely bunch but not to bright...

    a few kids short of a Duggar family.


    Not fair, You shouldn't make a heavily pregnant lady laugh so hard....

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    I live in a street. J shaped with around 20-25 houses

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    I live on a place ends at a culdesac, probably about 25 houses. Cute little walkway at the end through to the next street, their walkway and then the back of the school

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    I live on an avenue. Normal suburban street, we live in about the middle...nothing too exciting to report haha!

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    a street,

    30 house numbers from the hoise i spent my first 0-20 years in, theres about 75 - 80 house blocks in the street

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    I live on a Road, about 1.5 km long, in a rural area. The blocks are roughly 20 acres each, and there are about 12-14. Lovely and quiet, the majority of the noise we get is kids riding their dirt bikes to the bushland and billabong at the end of the road.

    Living the dream here!


    Of course, the downside is that it's a 15 minute drive both ways when you forget to buy milk. Sigh
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    I live on a Bend - I think it is because the road has a bend in it?!?! It is not very long only about 16 houses.

    Have previously lived on a street, a road and a way! A Bend is a little unusual and I sometimes have to explain to people that it is Bend instead of street or road etc!! Can get confusing!



 

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