I grew up in a city that was one word now I live in a city that is two words. Seattle to North Bend. Does your city have one word or two words and it's name?
3 technically: New York City
So I'm going with my hometown which is right next to it and one word
Lincoln City, Oregon is where we live most of the year (well... in that area)
Northglenn, two crammed into one
I've only lived in one word cities. Post, Brownfield, Canyon, Lubbock.
Orange City. Dos.
Voorhees. Like the last name of the killer in those horror movies.
Bradenton - one word.
or South Bradenton (two words)
Im so conflicted!
Have a glass of wine and relax.🍷
Two, currently: Fort Collins. It's varied back & forth as I've moved around. I guess I started out in a 2-word place though; Terrace Park. Although I usually just say Cincinnati, it's really separate.
Same as you. Grew up in Clinton Township. Now I'm in Chesterfield
One word, Henderson
One, but my hometown has 3 words.
Sammamish. One word
I have been there.
St. Paul. Two words.
One word, Nashville
I was just there. Stuck in traffic but we are out now almost to Chattanooga
I spent many drunken evenings on Broadway stumbling out of tootsies and Layla's.
One of my favorite TV shows
Nashville = home! What part are you in?
Kwitt, I live right outside of Nolensville, close to Antioch. What part of town are you in?
Ok. I've got a friend in that area. I'm right where Brentwood, Franklin, and Forest hills come together. Near OHB.
St.Louis is two right?
Saint Louis, of course
I've lived in three cities, all one word.
I would have thought there's be more people from Fort Worth or San Antonio here, obviously not.
I've lived in four cities, all in Texas, all one word, and all at least 300 miles from those you named.
Moved from one to two, Jacksonville to Orange Park.
I've only lived in cities with one name. Hadn't realized that before.
One, but it's a compound word.
Two. East Lansing.
Sparty on! 👍🏽
3 words. North Ft Myers
Just one, but I don't live in it, just near enough to it to use its Post Office. The last two places we lived were the same, both one word town names, but we lived outside the city limits of both of them as well.
The names have shrank as I've moved.
I wonder whats next?
Judging by your last two, just 'No'.
My town has one name but people around here go by their neighborhood name. It's a bit strange.
I dont live in a city or town or anything
Is the county a single word (excluding county obviously)
My middle son was a Cleveland Browns fan from the time he was four.
I supposed he is a Seahawks fan now.
Would that be Gillespie Texas by any chance?
Nope here in il tiny town pop 3500
Ah, oh well.
Three words. Salt Lake City
Elmwood Park to Ringwood.
I moved from a 2-word city to a 1-word city, I've got it backwards!
The same one-word city my entire life.
Two words to one word.
Ain't no city, bar and casey's
Only one bar?
Cayo Hueso. Dos palabras.
San Francisco. Before that, Los Angeles.
If you guys ever get a bay area SOH get together let me know!
Three. New York City.