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    dots Submission Name: Home, Litterallydots
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    Author: PaulHudson
    ASL Info:    21/Male/Southend, Essex
    Elite Ratio:    5.56 - 70/71/19
    Words: 73
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
    Total Views: 495
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    Description:
       I love travel, it makes you appreciate the basics like sun, conversation, sitting still... However, it's also hectic and chaotic in many ways. As much as I find British sentiments stifling and too quaint at times, I do love returning to good old little England and emmersing myself in the twee comfort of it all.


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    Steadfast English houses, built with a paranoia that makes them rather chubby. Softly furnished, fully integrated and independent life boxes. Staged in contrived and contorted grounds that often beautifully reflect their surroundings through the prisum of the front gate. Accounted for by British Standard pavements, gloriously uniform and ubiquitous yet organically orientated by will of time. 'An Englishman's home is his Castle' - and so they appear, as I head back to mine.




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