Hey fellow Texans!! Yeah, our state is so huge driving from one big city to another is like a freakin road trip, lmao.karma_yeah wrote: ↑Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:15 amFellow Texan here! But I live in Houston, and was very lucky that they came here. I couldn't have reasonably driven 3 hours to Austin, because the show was on a weekday, (Wednesday I think), and I had to work the day of the show and the day after. A road trip would definitely not have worked.MythicalPinkTrashCan wrote: ↑Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:31 am
ugh that's so annoying. I'm also in DFW and while I totally want to go to a show of theirs, I do not want to drive to austin for it. Maybe if we could plan a whole trip around it, but i'm not willing to be in my car for that long just for Dip and Dot.
I have to say though, that I really enjoyed the show (despite being one of the oldest people there). Luckily, I had my 16 year old daughter to beard for me . If they come back, I'll definitely go, and drag her with me again.
This is all her fault anyway! She never should have showed me their videos . . . .
She's moved on to other ytubers, and left me stuck in the
I didn’t jump in on the age discussion some pages back, but I’m 20 so I think I’d feel pretty comfortable at a dnp-related event. I look like I’m basically 12 anyway, rip.
Relatable, omg. I was going to a community college in the spring/summer 5 minutes from my house and then transferred to a school 40 minutes away this semester. Making that drive every day is a pain in the ass, I can’t imagine driving four hours to work!MythicalPinkTrashCan wrote: ↑Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:45 amOmg I would die. I normally drive 5 minutes to work if I hit both red lights. Once I had to drive to the location that was 20 minutes away and there was a moment where I actually thought about quitting. Not a long moment, but I was a serious one.obscureDnPreference wrote: ↑Fri Nov 10, 2017 2:32 am
I live in North Dakota so I have to drive at least four hours to go almost anywhere for a concert or show. I regularly drive four hours for work so it doesn't seem like that much to me. I can drive eight hours in one direction and not even find a town of my size. I love how driving distances and thoughts about them vary from place to place! It's so interesting to me.
edit: oops, sorry for me rambling about my life being at the top of the page lol.