Last night I saw a tweet rolling around with people talking about their favorite/underrated/overrated/least favorite cities which is something I just eat up.
Here is my tweet on the subject:
City I dislike: Houston, St. Louis— Nate McHugh (@nmchugh85) December 29, 2023
City I think is overrated: Kansas City, Miami, LA
City I like: New Orleans, San Diego
City I love: Chicago
City I feel myself in: Chicago (NYC in my dreams)
City I still need to visit: NYC among many
City I dream of living in: NYC https://t.co/7HFrRKFv13
After talking to my wife about my post she did make a great point in that I should have added Las Vegas to “overrated.”
She disagreed and thinks I have a “romantic” view of NYC.
I hope to find out someday.
What would your answers be? I love to hear about this crap.
SPORTS! SPORTS! JORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
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