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Old January 30 2013, 06:06 AM   #136
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Re: Fictional Places to Avoid

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Oh, I think I'd fit in quite well there...






Many good fictional places to avoid already in this thread, but I think you've all missed the most prominent of them all: "New York, NY".

Sure, some people might think that city actually exists, some might even believe they have seen it. - Heck, some of you might even live in it!

But still, even amongst those people living there, I'll bet you only half actually believe it exists... and most of those are not trustworthy -according to films and TV-shows set in that fictional place anyway!
Didn't they turn that in a prison back in '88?
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