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SimonB's Bumper Brickset Bonus Ball - 15 October

TheOriginalSimonBTheOriginalSimonB Felixstowe Member Posts: 1,483
Listen up, boys and girls and anyone not bound by rigid gender constraints, it's bonus ball draw time.

You all know the deal, first 59 people to answer this question get their names in my hat for a chance of a prize.  This week we are going Kai crazy with his drifter and mini dragon up for grabs.

Question time: how many places have you lived?

For me, seven residences spread 1 in Welwyn Garden City, 3 while at college in Derby and 3 in Felixstowe... 

Good luck with the balls! 
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  • mr_bennmr_benn United KingdomMember Posts: 860
    Discounting boarding school and student halls - I've lived in nine different houses, as diverse as Hampshire, Cornwall, Leeds, Manchester and St Albans!
  • BillyBricks84BillyBricks84 United StatesMember Posts: 354
    I have lived in 5 different towns, all within the state of Illinois. 
  • leetshoeleetshoe USAMember Posts: 255
    4
  • Darthtater147Darthtater147 United StatesMember Posts: 44
    2
  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 5,319
    4 addresses - 3 fairly close to each other
  • ricecakericecake Maryland, USAMember Posts: 879
    3 before I was in college. Then maybe 7 or 8 while in college and immediately after. When I got my real job, I moved to a different state and have been in 3 places here.
  • Coolguy5000Coolguy5000 Ireland Member Posts: 1,535
    1
  • AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,419
    Well, I'd lived in 18 places by the time I was 20, add 5 more and the total will be revealed.
  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,332
    6
  • stluxstlux LuxembourgMember Posts: 2,330
    15 different places - 8 towns - 4 countries (for anybody counting Scotland and England as different countries: 5)
    Renegade007cjh
  • WatfordScottyMWatfordScottyM Member Posts: 427
    8 in total, but now in my favourite place.  Shropshire!
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie West Haven , CTMember Posts: 1,562
    8
  • 1x11x1 Member Posts: 132
    10. 
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,709
    1 as a child (yes, the same house from birth to age 18!)

    Then 5 as a student.

    Then 8 (spread over 4 countries) of which 4 were rented and 4 were owned.

  • William_TownsleyWilliam_Townsley Perth, Scotland Member Posts: 880
    2
  • caterham7caterham7 UkMember Posts: 405
    3 - first place was in Caterham
  • paul_mertonpaul_merton UKMember Posts: 2,963
    10 here. 5 of them were within the space of a couple of years, so I decided to buy a house to put a stop to that nonsense.
    Renegade007cjh
  • thebeermonkeythebeermonkey GlasgowMember Posts: 390

    9 different addresses. 2 Cities. 2 Countries.

  • JudgeChuckJudgeChuck UKMember Posts: 1,190
    Hmmm, let me think...

    1 house in East Sussex, 3 houses in Kent and 1 in Luxemburg = 5 in total
  • eggsheneggshen Middleton, WIMember Posts: 564
    edited October 2016
    1 country, 4 different states, 7 different towns/cities, 10 different addresses. I think I finally found the perfect town, now I just need the right house.

    Edit: I forgot about college, 2 different addresses there, but it was in a town in my list above.
  • steinbriquesteinbrique germanyMember Posts: 26
    12 since i am 18 and out of my parents place ( too much before that to remenber exactly), in 6 Countries,7 cities.Not bad in 14 years .
    Renegade007cjh
  • alldarkeralldarker NetherlandsMember Posts: 225
    Twelve addresses across eight different cities and in two countries.
  • Bricklover18Bricklover18 PA, USAMember Posts: 720
    3 so far including college which I'm currently at.  
  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,742
    The "LEGO Room" ;)
  • iplanteiplante USMember Posts: 164
    edited October 2016
    6

    1 in Val-Bélair, QC
    1 in Lahr, Germany
    3 in Repentigny, QC
    1 in Minneapolis, MN
  • snowhitiesnowhitie BelgiumMember Posts: 2,962
    5 - 4 in Belgium, 1 in UK

    Interesting question!
  • YodaliciousYodalicious DagobahMember Posts: 1,366
    edited October 2016
    18. Although all but the first one we're within 90 miles of each other. 

    Oh, and that's homes. Not cities. I've only lived in 3 cities. 
  • SithLord196SithLord196 Member Posts: 1,160
    I think 6 all within the same county.
  • MAGNINOMINISUMBRAMAGNINOMINISUMBRA Member Posts: 993
    10 - 5 in the first 41 years of my life - 5 in the last 2...who said divorce doesn't expand your horizons!
    Yodalicious
  • adiemcadiemc UKMember Posts: 518
    Just 2.
  • khmellymelkhmellymel United KingdomMember Posts: 1,242
    Hmm... 10 or so, around three different cities... Then I moved overseas... three more countries... 14 times in total.  I think.
    Renegade007cjh
  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,853
    Three in my childhood, two in adulthood.

    Two-and-a-half towns - that is, one's a townland, and they're hard to classify to anyone unfamiliar with the system...
  • SeijiAmasawaSeijiAmasawa USMember Posts: 227
    11 
  • historymanhistoryman Member Posts: 366
    2 places, 6 different houses
  • theLEGOmantheLEGOman UKMember Posts: 1,520
    1
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Dunes of TatooineMember Posts: 3,639
    6, all in SoCal. Can't imagine ever moving away from the area.
  • solid_stridersolid_strider TexasMember Posts: 206
    Four. At home with the folks in Toronto, and three different places in the Dallas area.
  • CoviCovi BelgiumMember Posts: 301
    1, still living in the house I was born. My parents moved to an appartment. :-)
    snowhitie
  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 140
    5 addresses, 3 cities/towns, 2 countries, 1 continent
  • TkattTkatt MNMember Posts: 401
    11. All in Minnesota. After moving from my parents house at 18 I lived in a series of low rent apartments and then a dump of a starter home. But all the years of saving, combined with finally being able to sell our s#*!house for a nice profit, has put us in home to be proud of. A home with ample space for my Lego hobby.
    Yodalicious
  • Renegade007cjhRenegade007cjh Essex, UKMember Posts: 687
    6 permanent / semi-permanent and a few transitories (less than a year)
  • PoMoPinkPoMoPink UKMember Posts: 275
    2 permanent, and 3 temporary while studying.
  • MrJ_NYMrJ_NY A flick missle away from Brickagara FallsMember Posts: 592
    Three houses total
  • flordflord CanadaMember Posts: 714
    I lived in 5 different homes in 3 different towns.
  • jmeninnojmeninno The Batcave (MA)Member Posts: 772
    Oh man...at my childhood home, several dormitories on college campus, an apartment, and now my home.  I'd say probably a total of 7 or so places.
  • cmrt1014cmrt1014 Member Posts: 396
    Let me see: about 10, I think.  2 growing up, 6 at college, 5 in the San Jose area, and temp housing, two, locally, now my current home.  So, 16, actually. Wow, hadn't thought about it in those terms in quite some time.  Thanks for the trip down memory lane...
  • iso3200iso3200 97 miles from Brickset TowersMember Posts: 2,048
    I've lived at 5 different addresses - all in the same town. I ended up buying my grandparents house, where they lived for over 50 years. I now live 100 yards from the house I grew up in.
    Renegade007cjhcatwranglerkhmellymelSpeedman29snowhitie
  • goshe7goshe7 Columbus, Ohio, USAMember Posts: 515
    Five addresses, four in the same city.  (Not counting multiple university addresses).
  • tcctcc Washington, DCMember Posts: 70
    Apparently a lot: 21 at last count and getting ready to move again. Moving sucks...
    Renegade007cjh
  • diddypididdypi USAMember Posts: 25
    Five!
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