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What It's Like To Move To LA

Because success is built on coffee runs and unpaid work.

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Your whole life you've dreamt of escaping your home town to be with people who get you.

But it feels weird to leave because nobody really notices, and suddenly you get super nostalgic about everything in your home town.

You've imagined your arrival:

But when you finally find a place and move in it's more like this:

When you finally get your foot in the door you wind up here:

"Yeah, can you basically keep this entire operation running? BTW, we'll pay you in food."
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"Yeah, can you basically keep this entire operation running? BTW, we'll pay you in food."

Driving be like:

Until you conform to the think-tank of driving insanity.

Any time you have to be in Beverly Hills you get depressed.

When people tell you they love LA and never miss home you're like:

If you don't know where you're going or what you're doing and you stop to ask questions:

You thought your life would be all:

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Except, it never rains in LA.

You had the impression there'd be more room in LA.

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Because when people talk about LA being "spread-out" the word "spacious" comes to mind.

But despite your misgivings, LA grows on you.

And soon, everywhere else seems too small and too quiet for you.

You still thank God you don't live in New York, though.

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