Should I move to Seattle?

I’ve never made more than 25/hr and my longest verifiable work experience is an overnight security guard. My plan would be to get some 750-1k/mo Airbnb. Get a security job, get a shitty apartment somewhere, then get another part-time security job, and eventually move to to Ballard neighborhood.

Just for the record, I landed in Denver with 2k cash, got an apartment and managed to live here for 2 years as of July. I know longer believe, or take seriously, anyone who tries to warn me about the COL (unless it’s NYC or SF etc). I can find some dump and build from there.

I’d come in with 10k cash and live ultra poverty ramen noodle mode until I secured a job and lease for an apartment. I’ve fought apes before and I’m not scared of them, especially in the PNW

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  1. 2 months ago
    Cult of Passion

    >get some 750-1k/mo Airbnb
    Lol...
    >eventually move to to Ballard
    Lmao...

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I lived in Ballard until like 6 months ago. It really sucks and is really over crowded. Would highly recommend moving somewhere else just due to the density of people for such a small part of Seattle. You may actually be better off going a little more into Seattle.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    8K saved in two years sure sounds like COL is eating up your expenses, bro. I chose to work in the Colorado Rockies instead and saved 15K in six months, making only $13/hour. Back in 2019.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Actually I’ve saved 40k, half of which is in my Roth IRA. I have 20k cash right now but that’s for my coom fund. By July I’ll have the 10k emergency fund for when I come back to America.

      I lived in Ballard until like 6 months ago. It really sucks and is really over crowded. Would highly recommend moving somewhere else just due to the density of people for such a small part of Seattle. You may actually be better off going a little more into Seattle.

      Ok, I’m just tired of the sensation that I’m being suffocated by illegal immigrants. They’re everywhere becahse Colorado is a sanctuary city. It’s making me feel like a cornered animal and I’m worried I might snap and attack them.

      I don’t care if the white people in Seattle are elitist techies, I just don’t wanna see anymore beady eyed brown rats

      https://i.imgur.com/OY4FjfY.jpg

      >get some 750-1k/mo Airbnb
      Lol...
      >eventually move to to Ballard
      Lmao...

      I literally looked on Airbnb before making this thread you moron. There are several Airbnb rooms for that price, albeit not in the city center

      • 2 months ago
        Cult of Passion

        >There are several

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >namehomosexual
          Please kys.

          They’re further south outside the city center but still near the train line.

          Cult of absolute homosexual

          • 2 months ago
            Cult of Passion

            >I just don’t wanna see anymore beady eyed brown rats
            Lol...

            LMAO!!!!!

            Youre gunna redeem, why-boi.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Who let this mega homosexual Reddit off his leash holy shit.

              I’ll take a jeet over a Hispanic any day. Die in a fire you namehomosexual Reddit or b***h and get the frick off my thread now

              • 2 months ago
                Cult of Passion

                >my thread
                Anon, youre on MY planet, human-mortal...

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                If you were actually so well traveled you would have developed a more calm and easygoing personality.

                Yet, you seek conflict and attention constantly. This would have caused a disaster for you by now.

                Thus, we know you are a larping schizo.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >seattle
                >$750-1k/mo apartment
                Top tier bait or actually moronic given you've never outearned over $25/hr.
                >i know longer believe people trying to warn me about COL
                >know longer belive
                OP is super intelligent nvm
                >I'd come in with $10k and live in ultra poverty until i secured a lease

                >you'd be more calm and easygoing if you traveled as much as I did!
                >I just don’t wanna see anymore beady eyed brown rats
                >Please kys
                >Cult of absolute homosexual
                >Die in a fire you namehomosexual Reddit or b***h and get the frick off my thread now
                Real chill and easygoing personality you've got going on there LMFAO, chill people constantly insult others and tell them to go die in fires

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I meant Airbnb room that was my bad. While I got a job and a lease for an apartment. Thanks for addressing that end-of-thread peanut gallery boi

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >don’t care if the white people in Seattle are elitist techies
        they're brown elitist techies moron

  4. 2 months ago
    Cult of Passion

    Sudip strikes again.
    >more south!
    Anon, I...

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      lmauu the more south you go the brownier your co host will be

      https://i.imgur.com/RIkBfvb.jpg

      Sudip, Im impressed.

      Wow Sudip leaving in three different places at the same time

  5. 2 months ago
    Cult of Passion

    Sudip, Im impressed.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am moving to Seattle tomorrow, I dont have an apartment yet but two weeks of hotels to find a place

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I live in seattle already and just watching the chaos unfold.
    I can just imagine TTT going ballistic at some of these insane homosexuals of pushing rainbows trannies and BLM fricking everywhere.
    White people here are insufferable and he wants to avoid the nonwhites.

    I have my popcorn.

    Btw southern seattle like around Columbia city or Othello station is more diverse than the areas like Ballard and junk. Look at demographics maps. Also there are many Mexican and similar types around. Just not in as great of numbers as places like Denver.

    Don't want to feel like you're drowning in brown immigrants? Get ready for a wave of indians.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you're TTT I can't recommend Seattle.

      It's too easy to get Asian pussy there and you will justify the expense to yourself.

      >well if I can nut bareback in Korean and Chinese girls here for $150, why would I go back to Asia ?

      Got trapped in that rut myself for a bit and wasted a bunch of money on kgirls and massage shops.

      >TTT
      Someone please tell a newbie what this means

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Move to a city where it’s 50% or greater black and tell me CoL doesn’t matter

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're TTT I can't recommend Seattle.

    It's too easy to get Asian pussy there and you will justify the expense to yourself.

    >well if I can nut bareback in Korean and Chinese girls here for $150, why would I go back to Asia ?

    Got trapped in that rut myself for a bit and wasted a bunch of money on kgirls and massage shops.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      where to find asian pussy ?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        asia

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Tell more about these Chinese and kgirls

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Dude you literally just told me shit I wasn’t even aware of.

      Dont tell me there’s Asian prostitutes on Aurora avenue? Where are they? *batman voice*

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        where to find asian pussy ?

        Tell more about these Chinese and kgirls

        If you're TTT I can't recommend Seattle.

        It's too easy to get Asian pussy there and you will justify the expense to yourself.

        >well if I can nut bareback in Korean and Chinese girls here for $150, why would I go back to Asia ?

        Got trapped in that rut myself for a bit and wasted a bunch of money on kgirls and massage shops.

        assuming you're all moderately normal 20-30 somethings, this is genuinely depressing to read. Why can't men get laid anymore? You actually pay for sex?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Look at this worthless ferret, burrowing through the posts WAY up in the thread, rather than contributing the CURRENT discussion, just to stir the pot with his little cricket dick ladle.
          >do you actually pay for sex
          Yea, have fun running the gamut and paying for sex indirectly you fricking boring white dork tech worker b***h LOL

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I fricked a stripper on my couch with no condom and got gonnorhea. Condomless sex is dogshit so your only options are celibacy or finding women who seem disease free enough to frick

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              *condom'ed sex not condomless

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Women don't approach, they don't put out, they don't even look at you let alone acknowledge your existence.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Strangely and disturbingly accurate in my experience too.
            Also yesterday walking around I overheard part of three girls' conversation about antidepressants and how to find the right one for them.
            Today I heard a girl talking to some homosexual about something and mentioning what her therapist says.
            I've heard others talking about their therapist too while walking in the city.

            People here are insane.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What is there even to do in Seattle that hasn't been ruined by "modernity"? Gonna be stuck there for a couple days next month.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're hell bent on living in the city, I recommend:
    >Green lake area between the North and East portions of it
    >Ravenna/Wedgewood
    >Top of Queen Anne
    >Greenwood
    >Phinney Ridge
    But just outside the city is better, North side 10000x better than South side. Places like shoreline, Mountlake terrace, Edmonds
    This place has gotten extremely expensive, restaurants are pricey and suck compared to other cities (Philly has incredible food). Luckily my family lives here so I moved back in with them in Edmonds and have easy commute options to Seattle/Everett. Currently work at the Everett Boeing plant.
    Ballard truly sucks unless you're talking north Ballard North of 65th. Dont even think about living around 99 unless you want homeless vagrants violating your possessions. In a pinch, north u district around Ravenna Park is comfy if you want easy access to college grade women.
    The best bars are seemingly in Georgetown, where there's more than a few century+ old ones with cool decor.
    Be warned, the people here are strange, strange types. The weather beats everyone down equally whether you're local or newcomer,
    Oh and look around Seward Park and Madison if you like white people and don't mind ~~*(long nose tribe*~~).
    If you want a really cool world class park, southwest county Park in North Edmonds is very legit - North of the road that bisects the park is whered I go
    Pic related I lived in beacon Hill for a time, lots of Mexicans but they never gave me problems.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous
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        Anonymous
        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you visit take a ferry ride walk on option, inexpensive, and on a sunny day a really nice tourist experience.
          Again, the people here are legitimately fricking strange. In 12 days in Philly, I made more friends than 2 years living in beacon Hill

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous
            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Oysters on the west side of Puget sound can be huge. Crabbing the go to place close to the city is edmonds pier. Hood canal if you want to catch 10 inch spot shrimp

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Last one. Good luck op.
                Last bar recommendation: Little Red Hen in green lake, lots of live music, very easy to dance with women here, step dancing etc.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                camera???

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Pixel 6 Pro , 4x optical zoom, light editing in Photos.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Again, the people here are legitimately fricking strange. In 12 days in Philly, I made more friends than 2 years living in beacon Hill
            This experience can't be understated.
            People here are a trashy mess. If you want good people you're probably going to have to find ones who moved here and haven't been assimilated into this passive aggressive, sometimes standoffish, autism. You're looking at a full frontal assault of rainbows, black fists, autism, dogs, feminists, and tech workers.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              The worst part about the people is they think they’re smart by osmosis. Yes there are a very smart and successful group of people living in the area but they are not the majority. You will see obese women smoking cigarettes in their cars like you’d expect in some middle of nowhere place in a fly over state. But they think because they are in Seattle they are attractive and intelligent.

              My recommendation is to avoid at all costs unless someone is paying you big bucks to move there

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Exactly, it helps that supposedly 7/10 people living in downtown are out of town, but the neighborhoods around it have a mix of entrenched locals and out of state-ers. Nice, down to earth people can be found in Everett and I guess Tacoma, but again the climate, the weather, it rubs off on people. It gets dark 420pm in the winter and light out at 8ishAM with months on end of clouds and rain so people tend to be shutins. Capitol Hill is an anarcho wet dream, but I laugh seeing the mansions of north capitol Hill contrasted with the utter villiany found just south of it. So many leftists, and if there's any consolation, at least they aren't as brainwashed and moronic as people from Portland.
              Lots of new York transplants who tend to be fun socially and outgoing, but trend towards being leftists themselves. In due time, they'll be the all black clad pale as a fricking ghost weirdos we all become. But being aware of this is a step ahead in the right direction.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                The people who move to Seattle from elsewhere usually aren't any better. They move to the area because they like the culture (or lack thereof) of the area. They tend to be asocial weirdos from elsewhere except for the random lonely male indian HB1 visa workers who got bullied all their lives in their hometown for not being normal enough.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                People I should add who don't aren't some kind of furry/queer/antifa weirdo get filtered by Seattle in a few years. Good luck dating if you're straight (probably easy if you're gay though) as Seattle's major industries are male dominated and there aren't any normal non-c**ty women. You'll notice walking around Seattle, its mostly men or "men" with the odd troony or lesbian couple in the mix.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >aren't some kind of furry/queer/antifa weirdo get filtered by Seattle in a few years
                God damn have I noticed this happening as well. When I've chatted with some local stuff it's like you had to have something "queer" about you or you just didn't fit in and weren't really welcome. You'll get marginalized and mostly ignored. But they're still going on about how tolerant and accepting they are. Explore.around capital hill, look at apartments, and the chubby gay guy showing you the place will tell you you know this is the gay neighborhood right? Like you're not welcome if you're not gay. Sometimes in bars people are standoffish and off put by my presence I like they can just tell that I'm not one of them. It's so bizarre.
                The rest of your post is accurate too. But dogs. Lots of dogs. Some people have dog paw print tattooed. Bars advertise they're dog friendly. Cafes too. It's like an advertisement of quality that these emotional support animals of the morons are walking around inside.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Some people have dog paw print tattooed.
                That's a zoophile way of identifying each other. Washington attracted a lot of zoophiles (remember Mr. Hands) because it wasn't illegal in the state to frick animals until recently.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >zoophile way of identifying each other
                U wat mate
                I didn't know this.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's because there's a massive portion of adults that are childless and lonely, they also aren't exactly keen on picking up their dogs shit. They'll rule bend by calling their dogs exactly that - emotional support animals, which have zero legal basis and are a word play on service dogs which do have legal backing. An ex of mine with a hyperactive autistic spergs let ADHD-riddled lab/dobberman mix bought a harness with "emotional support animal" stitched on the side, as if that means literally anything lmao

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >The people who move to Seattle from elsewhere usually aren't any better. They move to the area because they like the culture (or lack thereof) of the area.
                I feel kind of this as well. It's part of what I alluded to about the assimilation, but that's not entirely accurate. Like you posted, some people move here because they like the maniacal leftist shit here and chubby gay dog friendly stuff and so they may then be more of a zealot.
                Me being the asocial weirdo you also hit though so I can't say much there. I moved here mostly for money and the weather. Really should branch out more.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Most people move to Seattle for the job opportunities + lack of income tax + lowish property tax. Plenty of homosexuals move for homosexual reasons as well.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I've known several people personally that moved to Seattle and then within a couple years couldn't get out of there fast enough. If you're working for one of the big Seattle companies you may be able to easily transfer to another location, however.
                The climate alone... seriously wtf are you talking about anon

                >The people who move to Seattle from elsewhere usually aren't any better. They move to the area because they like the culture (or lack thereof) of the area.
                I feel kind of this as well. It's part of what I alluded to about the assimilation, but that's not entirely accurate. Like you posted, some people move here because they like the maniacal leftist shit here and chubby gay dog friendly stuff and so they may then be more of a zealot.
                Me being the asocial weirdo you also hit though so I can't say much there. I moved here mostly for money and the weather. Really should branch out more.

                is enough to drive a lot of people crazy. Sure, it doesn't get hot in Seattle, like at all (people will piss and moan when it hits 75) but you don't see the sun for 45, 60 days, like not at all, it will be light out but too overcast or wet to see actual sun for MONTHS on end. It's straight up cruel, a sick joke.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Sounds like they were uneducated and lacked the grit to make it. Anyone with an ounce of brain and education can make a killing salary wise. The summers are also world class. Lots of people move here for gay reasons, more move here for the high pay and literal endless industries that support high wants. What are your talking about?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah the pay in the area is high but so is the CoL because of shitty liberal policies like sanctuary city and police defunding, groceries are expensive because it's far from anything and going out costs and arm and a leg due to highest minimum wage in the country.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                With all the people doing so I figure it's my fault if I don't have a social circle. It's a big city so everyone should be able to find something and someone for them. There has to be more people out here capable of maintaining eye contact and not sperging out.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Should I move to Seattle if I'm a weird, shy, but attractive (the kpop big anime eyes / oval face style) white guy that wants to start a tech career? I'm rotting in my teenage bedroom in St. Louis, and feel like there's nothing here for me career-wise unless I can drink enough glowstick juice to join the NGA.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You'll fit right in. Try having 10k savings before you do, and if you're going to do it do it now before rent starts increasing again in April

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Is $1.5k and a shitbox enough?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks. The feedback I've gotten from local tech employers in STL is they want smiley happy extroverts, and it's always been hard to start a career / low opportunity here compared to other cities.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >You're looking at a full frontal assault of rainbows, black fists, autism, dogs, feminists, and tech workers.
              Washington apparently is an open-carry state so I'll have to flaunt my .22 with extended mag.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Luckily my family lives here so I moved back in with them in Edmonds and have easy commute options to Seattle/Everett. Currently work at the Everett Boeing plant.
      Hello homosexual are you me? I'm from eddy and commute to everett for work from my family abode. You at 40-23?

      OP Most of what this guy said was right. Green lake area and east towards the lake is currently the best part of Seattle to live in. That said, the prices for shit are ludicrously expensive and the people are giant homosexuals. Summer is supreme elder god tier if you can get through the grey and rain, and there are lots of career opportunities to be found. I am from Edmonds and it's the only real nice place around. I would stay north of seattle under all circumstances.

      Favorite places include:
      >Green lake, holy jesus awesome during the nice months
      >Magnuson park, feels like heaven in the summer
      >Woodway has all the rich homie's and feels like a dense forest
      >soooometimes gas works park
      >Die Bierstube has your real beer, none of that generic ipa slop
      >Ravenna park feels somehow removed from the city, nice little walk in the woods
      >Lake forest park around lake washington is fantastic
      >knew a guy who had a house near southwest county park, homie sold that shit for 3mil ez kek. nice place
      >bothell strip is nice, woodinville is where the eastside richhomies live

      Yeah basic idea is that you have to be lucky to live well in seattle. Everyone else is struggling. I just got lucky in life, but even I'm thinking about moving out once I hit my thirties.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >somewhere else with water and foliage and more white people
        Ok that's seattle.
        >somewhere where I don’t need a car
        Buses and trains sometimes have people actively smoking fentanyl or doing whatever drug on them, but otherwise no car seems fine. I don't have one. The trains at least seem to have more security on them lately. Cleaned up a bit.
        >I want to be able to read Marcel Proust and periodically glance at the rain outside and smoke cigarettes reflectively on my balcony or by the shoreline.
        Seattle has lots of books and rain. Sometimes people are walking around while reading a book.
        >Don’t care if the people are liberal as long as they’re mostly white
        Add in some Asians and that's Seattle.

        I don't find seattle expensive if you don't go out much. My total living expenses are usually about 2500 per month give or take a couple hundred dollars or so. Bare bones shut-in I'm at about 2100 for the month.
        If it's pretty much just rent, utilities, food then it's hardly expensive. US foods and winco are cheap food sources.

        Welcome to Seattle, freak.

        Sounds comfy and cool, thanks for all the info.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Now isn't exactly a great time to move to Seattle.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why, Satan?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Homeless isn't getting better, property values haven't receded, Chinese money is still everywhere, tech is getting blasted so all the local businesses are suffering etc.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Sounds like they’ll need security guards 😉

          Do you guys think I should do Portland first to get acclimated to the PNW and then go to Seattle?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            How do you plan on saving money by living in the most expensive part of the country? Why not move to rural Idaho/Montana and get a cheap apartment for 1/3 or less of the price and still be in the PNW

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I don’t have a car and don’t want to drive. I’ve lived in Denver for 2 years without a car. Heard Portland and Seattle have god tier public transport

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You live in a city whose renown is being close to mountains but you have no way to get to them, and now you're planning on working entry level jobs in some of the highest cost of living cities in the country... you might want to reassess why you're choosing to move to these places. But if you wanna be packed in a flophouse with 20 Rajeets for the clout of living in Seattle, go ahead I guess

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Seattle's public transit exists but it isn't remotely god tier. It's extremely limited and both buses and light rails are filled with violent mentally ill homeless people who operate with impunity.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                This

                I rode a bus with an obese black female driver, she was so fed up with the homeless people fricking around during drop offs and pick ups that she straight up drove by half.the stops on a route. Riders were complaining and she didn't give a shit were complaining. Also rode a bus that slammed to a stop at 40 mph because a bum was drugged out in the roadway. Everyone the bus went flying but luckily no one got hurt. I was looking at a small silver chain someone gave me at the moment he braked and it snapped in half from the force my hands flying apart. Frick riding the bus unless you like living like a pavement ape

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You live in a city whose renown is being close to mountains but you have no way to get to them, and now you're planning on working entry level jobs in some of the highest cost of living cities in the country... you might want to reassess why you're choosing to move to these places. But if you wanna be packed in a flophouse with 20 Rajeets for the clout of living in Seattle, go ahead I guess

                Why are zoomers like this?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Frick having to pay for a car, car insurance, parking, gas, maintenance, etc.

                I’d rather let a network of lazy bottom feeders chauffeur me around and bear all the risk and responsibility.
                >zoomer
                I’m 33 you little chimp. Shut it

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >No airbags
                >Violent homeless joggers on fentanyl with guns and poop on their unwashed hands
                >Can't go outside the city
                Do you have a death wish? Are you trying to collect all variants of Hepatitis? Lease a shitbox Nissan Versa or something.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I'm pretty sure this is the same guy who posts on every Thailand thread that his entire life consists of working a security job and doing absolutely nothing outside of work so he can save money to go to Thailand every 2 years to bang prostitutes until his money runs out. Extremely pathetic.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                He could actually save money if he lived in an even more mid city than Denver, somewhere extremely flyover like the Midwest. You have to minmax a LCOL and line up a high paying job beforehand.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >”ladies and gentlemen, we got em”
                Just make sure to let the people know I’ll be taking 6+ months off for the record, sweetie. Stop telling people I’m rotting for only 2 weeks of vacation because that’s not the case

                He could actually save money if he lived in an even more mid city than Denver, somewhere extremely flyover like the Midwest. You have to minmax a LCOL and line up a high paying job beforehand.

                Ok but I DONT WANT TO USE A FRICKING CAR. Cars are so fricking gay.

                It's called living in a society and it's not a Zoomer thing that's every Urban night you don't have to worry about your weight when you're walking just a few miles a day and you feel a lot better there's nothing more stressful than navigating some Strode strip mall shit hole 30 miles outside Coastal meme City when it all turns into yee yee lifted truck shit and all the weight slaves are trying to desperately get to the same Cheesecake Factory or Costco or whatever it is they do with their empty horrid lives

                Realist one in the thread besides the helpful Seattle anon. I simply do not need a car and it saves a shitload of money.

                >No airbags
                >Violent homeless joggers on fentanyl with guns and poop on their unwashed hands
                >Can't go outside the city
                Do you have a death wish? Are you trying to collect all variants of Hepatitis? Lease a shitbox Nissan Versa or something.

                Muh homeless people!

                Lol don’t care ill just ignore them completely and if they assault me I have moral and legal license to beat their ass

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                The only gay one is you.
                >I have moral and legal license to beat their ass
                Not on the west coast. See the Democrats figured out to get homeless people in the "system." Debit cards, EBT and voter registration. They're a protected class just like you know who (rhymes with chiggers) and (rhymes with shoes).

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >2 weeks of vacation
                Where did I say 2 weeks? Guess you aren't the brightest.
                I literally said you have no life besides fricking single mom or Thai prostitutes until you run out of money and go back to a job you hate for 2 years. Which is true, isn't it?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Nailed it. TTT Mega Chud is their premier paypig.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >is that true
                Pretty much yea lol

                Why would LCOL be a better route?
                There are apartments for 1200 per month and even a little less in Seattle. Min wage is 20 bucks. Netting about 2700 with 40 hours per week, four weeks per month. Cheap diy food like 300 per month.
                You could make it just fine and save some money while searching for something better than rock bottom min wage while still being able to have your own place.

                This was what I was thinking

                You're not eating for $300/month from grocery stores within city. Gotta do Costco runs to sodo or Aurora or WinCo's outside the city. Grocery prices are JACKED within city limits

                Dude pic related is what my weekly grocery list is. I doubt that’s costing more than 60 dollars a week

                Sometimes I “”treat myself”” to a “bigger plate” from Panda Express or a pizza from 711

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Seattle has a much higher cost of living than Denver, flat out. Colorado is still pretty cheap all things considered and is much more "middle America" especially if you live in Aurora or somewhere shit. Seattle is an expensive place these days.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Colorado is still pretty cheap
                You obviously haven't lived in Colorado. In many aspects it is more expensive than Washington state. Energy bills are definitely higher due to the harsher climate. Washington does not tax income, Colorado does. If you buy 87 octane like you are supposed to, you pay as much as on the West Coast, but most people use 85.
                Pueblo is relatively cheap, but that is because it is a blighted shithole. Decent blue-collar jobs, that's about it. Of course, living in the diverse areas like Aurora means lower COL, but the gas expenses for your daily commute to Denver add up. And who wants to be out on the plains anyway? Desirability in Colorado drops off rapidly as you head east away from the mountains.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                My monthly living expenses are $1600-1800 living in Aurora in a 1br apt. Im pretty confident I can find the “aurora” in Seattle until I get a better lay of the land.

                That’s what I’m gonna do *cinematically lights up cigarette*

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Renton

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks anon. You guys were quite generous with the info so it’s all in my
                Notes on my phone thanks a lot

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Look at Denver area on Google Maps
                >Seems like it’s surrounded by an endless sprawl of grid suburbia
                Ugh, seems like a bland shithole.
                Please tell me the mountain backdrop makes up for it.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                like it’s surrounded by an endless sprawl of grid suburbia
                that's what it is, but it's like the most upper middle class version of that

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's called living in a society and it's not a Zoomer thing that's every Urban night you don't have to worry about your weight when you're walking just a few miles a day and you feel a lot better there's nothing more stressful than navigating some Strode strip mall shit hole 30 miles outside Coastal meme City when it all turns into yee yee lifted truck shit and all the weight slaves are trying to desperately get to the same Cheesecake Factory or Costco or whatever it is they do with their empty horrid lives

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You need to go back.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Stay in your small town fatty

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                So my thing is a city is a city in this country there's always going to be Junkies and criminals most of them not white and soulless transient snobs and hot girls 18 to 25 that all gravitate to these few Coastal major Urban centers so it's really like is the juice worth the squeeze at Place A B C or D and unless you're pulling $150 a year I don't think Seattle is really worth the squeeze because everything is expensive and everyone is simultaneously a pussy and an butthole so it's like they take a weird point of pride in paying $1,500 a month for a studio that's big enough for them their emotional support animal and their intersectional lgbtqia+ flag in the window. If you want to bang girls and go to cool bars and stuff and walk to work I'd try one of the lower cost of living cities.

                So my thing is a city is a city in this country there's always going to be Junkies and criminals most of them not white and soulless transient snobs and hot girls 18 to 25 that all gravitate to these few Coastal major Urban centers so it's really like is the juice worth the squeeze at Place A B C or D and unless you're pulling $150 a year I don't think Seattle is really worth the squeeze because everything is expensive and everyone is simultaneously a pussy and an butthole so it's like they take a weird point of pride in paying $1,500 a month for a studio that's big enough for them their emotional support animal and their intersectional lgbtqia+ flag in the window. If you want to bang girls and go to cool bars and stuff and walk to work I'd try one of the lower cost of living cities.

                Did your Adderall just kick in? Ever heard of punctuation?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                That's another Seattle problem. Everyone is on Adderall or antidepressants or both. Nobody is normal or has normal coping habits.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Seattle freeze baby. Check out that mid winter suicide spike.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              There are no apartments outside cities, the locals make sure of that...and places with apartments like Missoula or Bozeman are not cheap anymore. Everyone and their grandma wants to live in the mountains.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                He's going pay over $1k a month to live packed to the gills with Pajeets and Rajeets in Seattle. Might as well get a comfy roomshare with white people in Missoula for 1/2 that.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Gonna prove you wrong. About a year from now I’m gonna hit you with a thread with a cig, a coffee and a volume of Proust in my hand at some foliated park. Mark my words

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Colorado has the best climate in the country and isn't a liberal hellhole, not sure why you'd want to move unless you like seasonal depression and hepatitis on public surfaces.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I like to try new things. I can always fall back to Colorado

                Is $1.5k and a shitbox enough?

                Ew get your fricking money up. I’m a pleb and even u can cobble together 10k.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                How do I land a security job that pays 25 and hour? They all pay 15 here. I need to move to le hustlin and bustlin epic cityreeno so I can make more money.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Literally get hired in Seattle lmao. Not middle America shithole.

                I get 20 an hour and managed to make 65k last year doing lots of overtime. Liberal cities need security scum and I’m happy to plug that employment hole

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Ew get your fricking money up. I’m a pleb and even u can cobble together 10k.
                This post and thread have given me motivation to get out of my podunk shit kick town and move somewhere with better opportunities. I'm going to work another two months and save up $5k, then move to the regional flyover metropolis and get a raise. Then we're going to Seattle or somewhere I can make $25/hr entry level doing as little work as possible.

                It will be baby steps but in 10 years daddy's gonna have a 'Rari and a 'Gini off of my $50/hr 7/11 clerk salary. Thanks for the motivation big guy.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I wasn’t expecting this post but *raises my glass* the feeling is mutual. I’m gonna firmly stand by 10k tho bucko. That’s 6 months of living expenses if you’re not a total zoomer homosexual and can just ramenmaxx until you get a job

                Yes, it will feel excessive but that’s exactly what you want in an emergency fund

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I agree, I probably wouldnt move across the country without 10k, but my tactic for my first smaller move is going to be Amazonmaxxing, you can get a job online with no interview. You have to check it frequently for shifts to pop up or sign up for alerts but theyre always hiring. Looks like they have a bunch of warehouses around Seattle

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Well well that’s a nice piece of info. I’m not a fan of the “fricking slavery” warehouse environment for work, I’d rather holdout for an overnight security rot job, but in a pinch that would do fine

                Really makes you think about what those homeless POS are doing if they can just get a job like amazon

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Being homeless is preferable to being an Amazon slave laborer

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Forgot to add that you can find individual warehouses on google maps but not on the amazon jobs website unless they are actively available. When they are available, you sign up and have to be physically present for a drug test/paperwork within a week of signing up. Then you start the actual job 2-3 weeks later usually. If thats confusing just try signing up for a job (youll get auto accepted) and go through the steps, youll see how it works, then cancel the application

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is Seattle worth visiting for a day or two? Any anons willing to let me couch surf next week?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'd let you come by but I'm in college housing with roommates fren

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        frick uw for leaving to the big 10

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is Seattle good if you are an outdoors person on weekends but want to live in the cities on weekdays? I’m into fishing, hunting, mountaineering, etc.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      It is, I'm the Edmonds dude from above with the pics.
      You'll have access to mountains 20-45min away from you depending where you live. The Puget sound is right there, again another 5-45min from you but if you're in the city its literally 10min. Great crabbing at Edmonds pier, Everett area and North of it, but best is from a boat with pots. If you want fresh water fishing there are many mountain rivers and lakes in the Cascades, and salmon fishing is top notch here. Hunting I don't know too much, but again the Cascades are brimming with deer - lots of federally and state owned land in the mountains that provide you access to all of the outdoors, but can't say how it relates to hunting. 10 inch spot shrimp can be had in water depths >750ft so hood canal would be closest body of water for that.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        do you know anything about jobs in the fishing industry? I’m pretty savvy about getting a job, but I’d be down to take the fishpill if necessary

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I know there's a medallion system for puget sound salmon fishing run by small time fishing families, but most of the processor and big industrial fishers go up to Alaska. There's tourism style guided fishing but not really within Seattle, more in Everett. If you can somehow get into duwamish tribe fishing they're present in South Seattle but they're chip on their shoulder white haters. In the Cascades I'm sure there's riverine guide firms but you won't be making good money until the summer season. Fishermen's Terminal is where I'd look:

          https://www.portseattle.org/maritime/fishermen-terminal

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So my thing is a city is a city in this country there's always going to be Junkies and criminals most of them not white and soulless transient snobs and hot girls 18 to 25 that all gravitate to these few Coastal major Urban centers so it's really like is the juice worth the squeeze at Place A B C or D and unless you're pulling $150 a year I don't think Seattle is really worth the squeeze because everything is expensive and everyone is simultaneously a pussy and an butthole so it's like they take a weird point of pride in paying $1,500 a month for a studio that's big enough for them their emotional support animal and their intersectional lgbtqia+ flag in the window. If you want to bang girls and go to cool bars and stuff and walk to work I'd try one of the lower cost of living cities.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Now don't get me wrong Seattle is really beautiful in the summertime Sans the cruise ships and all the human garbage that pours off of that but you're dealing with AIDS patients that all talk like their on double the prescribed dose of ssris and a sandwich is like $12 plus tip so on the day-to-day outside of a few clubs and bars and stuff that legitimately do have pretty hot girls there if you like a certain weird aesthetic I don't really know what the hell anyone does in Seattle it barely feels like a real City. If you're at work from home techie or mic guy it's great and you can have your gay little dog and your plants in the window of your cap Hill apartment and bang pretty hot girls by virtue of most of the male population being autistic dweebs and poos but it's a really dreary shitty place to be a normal working person.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would LCOL be a better route?
    There are apartments for 1200 per month and even a little less in Seattle. Min wage is 20 bucks. Netting about 2700 with 40 hours per week, four weeks per month. Cheap diy food like 300 per month.
    You could make it just fine and save some money while searching for something better than rock bottom min wage while still being able to have your own place.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You're not eating for $300/month from grocery stores within city. Gotta do Costco runs to sodo or Aurora or WinCo's outside the city. Grocery prices are JACKED within city limits

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Stop eating so much, piggy.

        https://i.imgur.com/lI0DMAJ.jpg

        >is that true
        Pretty much yea lol
        [...]
        This was what I was thinking
        [...]
        Dude pic related is what my weekly grocery list is. I doubt that’s costing more than 60 dollars a week

        Sometimes I “”treat myself”” to a “bigger plate” from Panda Express or a pizza from 711

        Avocado - on sale lately at Safeway 1.50-2.00 each
        Apples - Safeway keeps having at least one type on sale for .99 per pound. I've bought honey crisps, cosmic crisps, and today gala at that price.
        Chicken thighs - I don't know but they're cheap at us foods for raw. Winco has cheap chicken breast that's frozen. I have 3lb bags in my freezer now that I think we're like 5 dollars each from winco

        Seattle has a much higher cost of living than Denver, flat out. Colorado is still pretty cheap all things considered and is much more "middle America" especially if you live in Aurora or somewhere shit. Seattle is an expensive place these days.

        Seattle is only expensive if you're moronic or find where the cheap shit is. Hell even whole foods has some things cheaper than other stores. Trader Joe's too. Some stuff there I buy is about half the price of Safeway.
        Know what you want and check different stores.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Give us a list of what you buy monthly, I'm curious what you're spending per month. Being 6'4", 215lb, and lifting 5x a week and working a job not sitting on my ass keeps my costs a little higher

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm 6' and workout 2-3 days per week, while walking 5+miles the other days.
            I mostly eat cottage cheese, beans, oats, olive oil, and some other small items like occasional vegetables, fruits, sardines, chicken, but those are the vast bulk of my diet.
            US foods has 25 lb oat bags for about 26$. Winco has the same thing for about 10 dollars cheaper.
            Beans are about $11 in the 10lb bags at US foods or in little 1lb bags at grocery outlet for about the same cost per pound.

            I'm a tech Chad so I don't know about having a physical job on top, but I imagine you can just eat more oats. I typically eat about 3000 cals per day.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Most food cost is there.
              Sometimes I like to explore new restaurants. That's why I have some months of like 500-600 dollars. Vietnamese delis are cheap though.

              Seattle homosexuals complaining about cost of living crisis are neurotic c**ts cowering with their fur babies.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Plus, being able to do hcol cheap is better because when you can make that hcol area work for min wage, anything you get above min wage is going to be extra income and glorious when you see how the lack of state income tax works.

          When I first moved here from Middle America my monthly spending increased by only about 300-400 per month more than what I was used to, but I started to make a frick ton more than what I used to when I got a local job. Plus there's no state income tax. Seattle has a great pay/cost of living ratio. Things like restaurants and bars are expensive, but I don't care. Food here mostly sucks anyway. And people suck so bars are less interesting.

          If you're biased more towards working, saving, and investing rather than spending this place is fricking awesome.

          https://i.imgur.com/d27yXZA.png

          Most food cost is there.
          Sometimes I like to explore new restaurants. That's why I have some months of like 500-600 dollars. Vietnamese delis are cheap though.

          Seattle homosexuals complaining about cost of living crisis are neurotic c**ts cowering with their fur babies.

          Based sensible posters. I hate to ask but could I access the cheaper grocery stories using *winces* public transportation?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            US foods has a southern location close to a train stop. Two other locations I can just walk to on one of my longer walks. Winco I have to drive. Maybe the bus goes there?
            Why don't you Google maps it lol it'll show you the route.
            Other stores like Safeway are all within a 20min walk for me.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Glancing at google maps it looks like if you're in Edmonds you can even just walk to both winco and US foods.
              Wherever you end up, you'll have options.

              Again thanks for the info

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Ruralgay from another state here.
              How far away are you from these grocery stores that you can just walk?
              It blows my mind to imagine people walking miles to the grocery store and carrying a bunch of shit on a bus or something. Hard to imagine without a car or bike with a big basket how people do shit like that unless the store is right there and they only get a few things at a time to take back to their apartment.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Just a few things at a time. Whatever fit in my backpack.
                Longest shopping trip route was about 14mi round trip walk.
                Most of my stuff I just buy from the stores in my neighborhood. Up to 1 mile away.
                Now I don't bother walking those long trips. Takes too much of my time and energy. There other things I need to work on.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, and I can imagine the long walks being an issue if you get anything that’s meant to be frozen or cold.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Plus, being able to do hcol cheap is better because when you can make that hcol area work for min wage, anything you get above min wage is going to be extra income and glorious when you see how the lack of state income tax works.

    When I first moved here from Middle America my monthly spending increased by only about 300-400 per month more than what I was used to, but I started to make a frick ton more than what I used to when I got a local job. Plus there's no state income tax. Seattle has a great pay/cost of living ratio. Things like restaurants and bars are expensive, but I don't care. Food here mostly sucks anyway. And people suck so bars are less interesting.

    If you're biased more towards working, saving, and investing rather than spending this place is fricking awesome.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Glancing at google maps it looks like if you're in Edmonds you can even just walk to both winco and US foods.
    Wherever you end up, you'll have options.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus Christ OP it's like you put extra effort into being a loser. I bet if you just didn't do that you wouldn't need to frick worn out Thai prostitutes.
    Don't move to Seattle. Move to Everett and try to get a job at Boeing.
    You get paid a lot more especially with night shift differential you could make 30+ easily with all the benefits but and don't need experience but it helps to know someone to get you in. Unless another MAX drops out of the sky...

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >try to get a job at Boeing
      I’m not opposed to doing that

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What are the best things to do in Seattle for a two or three day trip? I’m in Canada, only five hours away by train. I went once for half a day and loved it, but didn’t really get a good look at everything.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ride the ferry, visit the UW campus in mid March for the cherry blossoms, don't go up the space needle and instead check out the Columbia Tower, hit up a bar in Georgetown, don't go to Capitol Hill, check out discovery Park or carkeek or Seward Park, check out fishermen's Terminal, go visit edmonds, check out the arboretum, gas works Park has nice views, walk around north capitol Hill Mansion district, get a dicks burger for cheapish eats, issian Stone grill in Wallingford, bezos museum of industry is cool, visit boeing museum of flight.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    don't listen to them, seattle is one of the best cities in america, america doesn't have a lot of nice cities. if you can afford it go ahead it's a nice city for america

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    seattle is pure kino
    imagine living in a houseboat across lake union

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why did you censor the left side of your pic?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        it's from google earth, those morons censored it for some reason. The skyline looks much bigger in person btw, highly recommend going to the gas works park

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's even better at night.
          That hill on the right has a sweet viewpoint facing east/northeast, gives a cool vantage of Eastlake/district/Cascades. I got my dick licked in broad daylight in my car parked over there

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            give me her number fren

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            seattle at night is something else

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Holy shit that IS kino

          It's even better at night.
          That hill on the right has a sweet viewpoint facing east/northeast, gives a cool vantage of Eastlake/district/Cascades. I got my dick licked in broad daylight in my car parked over there

          What do Seattle white women look and dress like? Are they art hoes or what?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >What do Seattle white women look and dress like? Are they art hoes or what?

            There are several breeds. You either get the Stacey strain (big breasts, super frisky, cheeky asses, snooty, daddy's money, loose), the granola strain (liberal, outdoorsy, wears REI shit, vegan, believes in activism, drinks matcha shit), or the goth strain (piercings, liberal, city dwellers, artsy, pathetically fragile, giant prostitutes). There's also the generic asian first-gens who can be insular but have nice little asses. Rare ones include the techy VC fundie chicks who love the heckin grindset and nerd chicks (some are really fricking hot and unicorn-tier rarity, generally the most difficult to sex as well).

            Dress attire is whatever you find at outdoor stores. REI, patagonia, columbia, arcteryx, lots of thrift shit, beanies, flannel, sweatshirts, quarter zips, yoga pants, sneakers, uggs, and birkenstocks in the summers.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Even if I’m not rich, would buying an arcteryx rain jacket be a good fraud in Seattle while also being solid for the weather. I want a lime, neon green one

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I’m in Florida and I thought goth hoes were extinct.
              Would you say they were just like I remember them in the 2000s, when I would see them hanging around the mall when I was growing up?
              For that record, where on earth are the Avril Lavigne wannabes and are there still young ones? I think I missed the boat on some of that shit because I was born in 1999.
              Gotta know the best cities to find goth/pop punk girls that aren’t ugly, lesbian, or troony.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Seattle bros
    Summer's coming. It's getting darker later.
    We're gonna make it

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is he Seattle sky just cloudy in the in winter or is it oppressive thick grey?

      https://i.imgur.com/Do4gYV5.jpg

      seattle is pure kino
      imagine living in a houseboat across lake union

      doesnt look too bad, theres still a degree of light visible in the sky in the background near the horizon, and theres some color to evrything compared to my most winter days in my shithole (syracuse, NY)

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's cloudy and varies between foggy, light rain, and just overcast, sometimes several times a day.
        It's also a lot farther north than most Americans realize, you're close to the 50th parallel and the daylight length in winter is like 6.5 hours. In summer its light out until 10 pm though.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's pretty gray and rainy for eight months of the year. Seattle has a big spike in suicides each winter.

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why even move to the Seattle area if you're just going to have to end up living in a place like Renton? Just go somewhere cheaper.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nah I’m good

      It's pretty gray and rainy for eight months of the year. Seattle has a big spike in suicides each winter.

      Sounds like comfy and contemplative white man weather

      [...]
      >TTT
      Someone please tell a newbie what this means

      I created a moniker for myself during Covid. TTT Stands for Tight Thai Teens. Posters who have been on trv for awhile know my writing style and also have followed the chronology of events from when I was in Thailand for 15 months back in 21’-22’, to Colorado, to now, where I plan to go back to Thailand then move to Seattle when I come back to the US

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why don't you just bring a TTT back to the US? Save yourself a lot of trouble.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Gotcha, thanks anon. Good luck in your travels. I hope Seattle gives you what you are looking for.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks, good luck in life *wais warmly*

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          TTT is a schizo. He currently has 10+ threads up right now farming (You)'s.

          Do not wish TTT good luck.

          Do not reply to his posts or threads.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >you will never successfully get a hair transplant and end up with thick wavy scaramucci dego hair after your first post-transplant haircut

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >actually got a hair transplant
              Most sad and vain c**t here

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Honestly, good for him. As much as I don't like him as a person, I don't hold this much against him. Norwood Reaper is a fricking b***h, and no man deserves to go through this.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Not to mention the ~~*Finasteride*~~ all these frickers are on. Tried it once after the ~~*doctor*~~ recommended it to stop baldness. Instant brain fog and dementia and also lost my masculine energy for the whole day. Yes you will keep your fricking hair but the trade off is literally living like a castrate. if god wants you to be bald there's nothing you can do. it's over

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    hey homosexual if you go to seattle come to edmonds so i can clap your cheeks no homo

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Frick me there's at least 3 Edmonds anons itt including you and me. I'm by Yost Park, if I ever see you I'll shoot you in the nuts, homosexual.

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is seattle a good place to coom if ure good looking and white? seems like the population is all white and asian, and i know the men are all homosexuals from having to hear them in meetings

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      No. A lot of people think it would be since the gay male population is high but there are very few normal straight women in Seattle. You won't find any that don't have some kind of mental issue, are in a "polycule" or frick black dudes or attend pussy hat antifa rallies or are into other degen behavior. Then a lot are just lesbians. The asian population is mostly male computer programmers or maybe some broads who grew up there but they'll have been raised by high expectation asian parents to not date white guys unless they have a MD/Phd.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    move to Tacoma and become a screw at WCC.
    You'll make like $3k-$k a month.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >become a screw at WCC.
      can you explain what these terms means

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i just moved to fremont , i like it

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're going to get syphilis
    >https://www.kuow.org/stories/syphilis-cases-are-skyrocketing-in-king-county-who-s-most-at-risk

  30. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So is Edmonds like the nongay part of Seattle or what? I saw on reddit a while back someone complaining about some Edmonds bar having a racist owner. Are people less pozzed up there?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yes, edmonds is majority white, gorgeous views, incredible parks, pretty damn nice small town old logging town downtown, lots of MILFs, very safe crime wise unless you're closer to 99, has a wa state ferry, solid cultural amenities, clean, and the best part: 20 min from Seattle with great transport options to get there, even if there's traffic you can do lil tricks like go up 15th Ave or meridian/greenwood.

      Literally zero Black folk, literally zero beaners. But it is more expensive than neighboring areas like Lynnhood or Shoreline

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        And apparently Rick Steves. I'll be checking it out more this year.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Rick is an Edmonds cultural icon for sure, sometimes you'll see him at the Starbucks downtown, and he's always at the 4th of July parade. His HQ building is pretty nice as well. Oh yeah and the fishing pier in Edmonds is really solid, great for catching crab, squid, even salmon

  31. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Washington overall seems based but I couldn't afford it and my life in FL is comfy enough I guess

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where in Florida do you live anon

  32. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anon, You say you landed in denver with just 2k. What did you do your first day/night and how did you secure a place to stay? Did you sleep outside? Curious as I also have never mad more then 25 an hour but struggle with housing and having a fear of leaving my hometown.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Got an Airbnb for 800 a month, stayed there for two months, squatted in it for a month after it got delisted because the landlord used one of those keypads to lock the front door, then got a room for 2 months then for an apartment.

      I worked for Frito lay, then Pepsi, now security. You gotta scramble in the beginning. Squatting for that month with a kitchen pantry mystetiously full of ramen and pasta helped me tremendously.

      what the frick am I reading in this OP?

      What makes you think anything that you just typed made sense?

      I just re-read my post and it’s totally coherent. It basically can be surmised as “given a 25/hr wage potential, could I land in Seattle, get a job, then get an apartment, and *maybe* move to a very white area without having to get a car”

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You went back to the Airbnb using the old pin code? How did you not get caught?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yea I just never left. Two scary looking jacked dudes showed up to clear the place out a month later. I’m assuming the landlord saw that the utilities were still being used on his bill or something

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        If you're working a trades-type job you'd be much better served in basically any Midwestern city. Rent would be no joke 1/2-1/3 the price and the wage would be the same.

        The big liberal metropolises are only good for techies.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          i was in tbe sauna yesterday at my local gym in lynnwood, and the 44 year old that was talking my fricking ear off mentioned working as a plumber. said he regularly made 20-30k/month pre covid during the construction boom in tge seattle metro region. so no, you wont be better served in fat frick midwest territory. tide lifts all boats, same is true for high paying high col metros in the us.

          He worked for himself btw, his own company, so I doubt he couldve earned that while working as someone's employee, but even then - journeyman commercial electricians part of IBEW 46 in Seattle after 5 years of on the job training earn $60+/hr plus 30-40$/hr in benefits.
          Frick the Midwest

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Those are skilled professions. OP isn't that, he's a wagie loser who has no ambition. What he's getting is pretty high for security, which usually pays barely above minimum wage everywhere in the US (which in Seattle is high, but so is CoL). I wouldn't count on being able to find something paying above average like that after he moves and west coast cities are full of immigrants who drive down wages for unskilled labor because they accept minimum wage pay and live 3 to a room.
            That's why I suggested Boeing, highest paid unskilled work in the area (maybe the country) if you can get in.
            IBEW jobs are good but pay around $20-25 an hour for the first few years you're an apprentice and involve a lot of getting laid off and rehired.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Boeing starting pay will be 23.5-25.5, which isn't great. But yes you do max out after 6 years where 45+ an hour is the going rate. They also pay for a bachelor's/masters/PhD, and award 100-200 Boeing stock upon completion of a degree. I'm currently trying to get into Boeing myself, and finishing up a cert program thatll ensure I hire in instantly without an interview required. OT is 1.5, Saturdays are 1.5x, Sundays are 2x, and holidays are 3x. If one were to work the December holiday season, they'd make north of 8k in the span of a little more than a week.
              Can't wait

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >plumber. said he regularly made 20-30k/month
            and you believed him?

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Not hard to believe if you have your own plumbing LLC, and knowing that there was an absolutely incredible building and construction boom in the region from 2014 until the pandemic where the trades were constantly busy and could almost name any price. So yeah, it's believable. He still has to 1099 tax away a third of it, but still pretty good earnings, and runs counter to the silly homosexual that I was replying to saying only tech earns in this region. Frankly id rather work with my hands than crunch in front of a computer screen for 8+hours a day working for Indians

  33. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what the frick am I reading in this OP?

    What makes you think anything that you just typed made sense?

  34. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    By turning SighSee into his personal blog and intentionally annoying as many people as possible while giving away every detail of his life. There's only four airports in Denver so it's not hard to email them all and tell them one of their employees is a massive douche.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >you’re just mad cuz you’re a weasel peanut gallery grumbler and your threads don’t generate 200+ replies lol

      If you recognize my threads and “don’t like them” (lol k) then why are you in them

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cope harder little homie. Enjoy getting fired.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous
          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous
    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ok and then what are they gonna do?
      >you need to fire some guy he works at the airport or for an airline maybe not at your airport but one of them and he travels to Thailand he was racist and sexist on the internet no I don't have his name its anonymous and the thread is deleted and
      This is some reddit tier behavior and they're gonna delete that email.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the threads where I posted my face and doxxed myself are deleted haha
        Oh you sweet summer child. You right now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nuqj3Dlrkpw

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not the security guard coomer guy but seriously wtf they gonna do?
          Not a goddamn thing. Everyone blue collar is like this btw and they know it. It's only high profile tech employees that have their life on twitter that get fired for this shit.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Projection or just dumb? Most blue collar workers aren't vile racists who go to Thailand to frick teenage sex tracking victims.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Man, I worked in construction in California and every single fricking guy didn't matter what race they were hated all other races and also all went to Tijuana to frick prostitutes. Every one of them, they thought I was gay because I wouldn't go.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Different environment than an airport in 2024.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              SEETHING lmaoooooo

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >he thought he could doxx himself on SighSee and not suffer any consequences
                You have to go back.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You represent the leftist mindset who is threatened by anything that makes them feel indedquate and therefore the offending thing needs to be “cancelled.”

                In this case, it’s my wonderful threads that eclipse any little dorky Reddit travel gay threads like the sun and it’s got you seething

                I just feel bad for you.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Your fate is now in the hands of an HR person, probably of Latin descent. You act like they won't care about what you said online, but they might. Good luck!

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                That would be funny if he actually got fired because it would be a slam dunk wrongful termination case and he could frick extra jailbait in Thailand for an extended period of time. There's no substance to such accusations, no proof anyone with a specific identity at his workplace posts these threads.
                >The stories and information posted here are artistic works of fiction and falsehood. Only a fool would take anything posted here as fact.
                It says right on the front page.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >The stories and information posted here are artistic works
                >OOOOOHH TREKKIES guess what I did today

  35. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    23rd old, currently live in Maryland with a $70k entry accounting job (non-CPA), but have been wanting to move to the Seattle/PNW area for some time.

    i have a bit saved, and would like to live closer to the city but not directly in it, would it be worth it moving just because i like the climate/area even if i don’t have a job lined up beforehand?
    i don’t care much about social stuff, but every time ive visited i’ve enjoyed the nature of the area.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's entirely up to you.
      Do you value the nature that much? If so, come on in. If not, no.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        mostly it’s the climate and nice weather, the mid-atlantic area where i live atm is downright abysmal in the summer, you can barely breath. and the winters are pretty much gone now.

        i guess the only thing stopping me is finding a new job, though i feel that might be not a huge problem.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Colorado, you're thinking of Colorado. Seattle doesn't have much of a winter, you know that right? It's cold (but not real cold), dark and damp, it feels like you're inside of a giant refrigerator the entire time. Snow or sunny winter days like you get in Colorado are rare. You can get to mountains in a couple hours though if you're looking to snowboard.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >It's cold (but not real cold), dark and damp
            you just spoke my language.
            that sounds perfect to me. i grew up in Massachusetts so i’ve had my fair share of winter, though from how you described it in that area i would prefer something like that

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Seattle summers are world-class. 75-80 average, low humidity, only negative is that the past 6-7 years we've had wildfire smoke blanket the region because the Canadians are spastic morons in regards to forest management.
          We'll maybe get 5-10 days in the summer where it's 90+, maybe 1-2 that reach 100 every other year

  36. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anons, give me your breakdowns on Denver vs Seattle (or WA vs CO)

    Been living in asia for ~2 years now after 3 years in Denver and 1 in Seattle. I won't bias the thread by going first, but am evaluating options on resettling in my early 30s

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