You're used to the streets looking like this...
...As opposed to this
Which results in you feeling like this.
Reasons why you previously may have stopped in traffic include...
When you found out people catch the train every day to work first you were like:
But now you're a seasoned city-goer, you're thankful for the public transport system.
Before you moved if someone said the word 'Opal' this is what you thought of:
But now this is where it's at.
Walking down the street in your hometown, you know pretty much everyone.
And while complete anonymity in the city is great, it eventually gets to this point:
Renting places or buying things in your country town is like:
Then when you have to go back to city rent prices you're pretty much looking like this:
Going out in your country town, it's all about drinking this:
While in the city it's a whole lot classier..
...Even though the reality of city drinking will probably look like this:
This is about as fancy as your coffee order got in your rural town:
Meanwhile in the city, everyone's all:
So ordering coffee for your co-workers can be like:
Within time, you'll start to get used to city life.
But you'll never forget where you came from.
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