If your a lady, to blend in with the rest, the first step is to smother your face in cheap dark brown / orange foundation (think david dickinson), only to your jaw line leaving your neck completely pale and white from having no sun all year round. The next step is to go to the local sunbed parlour, (can be found by driving on any road whithin the city for a period of 40 seconds) spend all your weekly dole money in the machine, hopefully getting you an average (swansea) session of 7 hours a day, leaving you feeling crisp and confident! The next step in life is getting pregnant, There are a few rules that you must stick to... 1) Make sure you dont know who the father is, this is usually done by sleeping with whole of the bon-y-maen rugby team in 1 night. 2) Make sure you claim maintenence for the child from every player (Making sure the sunbed sessions are paid for). 3) Make sure Family Housing get you a house close or idealy in the same street as you mother, therefore guarenteing a babysiter at all times. If your mother has already died of an overdose, you will be needing to get friendly with the neighbours (Mandy & Dai).
Stick to those few rules and you sould be able to continue life as normal, burning your face and frying your hair until the age of 40, As soon as this time comes you are now ready to relive your missed youth by drinking WKD's in lava-lounge with the rest of your same aged, sam...
Swansea is a one very cool place with one of the finest international award winning maritime/waterfront developments in Europe, stunning unrivalled parklands and a breathtaking golden coastline that became Britain's first designated "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty". The city has had over £100m invested in it in the last few years and includes the National Waterfront Museum and national (Olympic) pool of Wales. It's got an exceptionally good nightlife, cuisine and culture. As for the 'rough' bits, and 'run down' bits that's referred to by other people on this site, name any other city in Britain that doesn't have any of that? On the whole the quality of life in Swansea is excellent. The quote that "Swansea is the graveyard of ambition" refers to the fact that when strangers visit Swansea they never want to leave. I left (for work purposes) a few years ago for the south east of England. Give me Swansea any day - which is why I travel 200 miles every weekend to come home to Swansea.
Geographical and spiritual home of "spice-boys" - steroid abusers with mullets who spend even more time over their hair than an american news anchorwoman.
Home to a stangely polarized mix of wonderful open-hearted people, complete cunts, and not much in between
Person 2: Swansea, at least we won't get beaten to a pulp.
shits all over cardiff and cardiff city afc they are just a bunch of inbreds who fancy their cousins
Cardiff City went to Rome to see the pope, Cardiff City went to Rome to see the pope, and this is what he said, FUCK OFF!!!! WHOS THAT SINGING FOR THE SWANSEA, WHOS THAT SINGING FOR THE SWANS, WERE THE BOYS IN BLACK AND WHITE AND WE'RE FUCKING DYNAMITE
Facts : It’s quite a small city in South West Wales,
about just over half hour away from Cardiff by car,
Over all it’s not the worst place to live in the UK, It’s pretty safe & some people are ‘tidy‘ and have good manners if your nice to them.
..However it has very little to offer, like haven’t been no jobs for a while, So I wouldn’t advise to move here, and over the past 10 years the shops & clubs/pubs have gone very tatty and rough looking as everything is pretty much original there, but then again outside the city it’s self there are quite nice parts, e.g. Mumbles & The Gower, they both offer nice scenery I guess, & tourists do go here, you can go also surfing down the Gower, the Waves aren’t that bad, but then again nothing special,
It's not a very attractive city, but Wind Street always has something to offer it's people if they are bored on a Saturday night, and need a drink after work, however old you may be, and it‘s usually pretty busy & full of people from Neath & Llanelli also.
You'd be very lucky to meet someone with a full-time job in Swansea,
most people there work 2-3 silly shifts a week, and claim a benefit or maintance or dole of some sort, & they claim to be too ‘ill’ to work and likely to be single parents, it‘s pretty bad here for teenage pregnancies.. One of the worst places in the UK actually.
I wouldn’t say it’s known for viol...