Anonymous asked in TravelUnited StatesChicago · 1 month ago

What is it like to live in Chicago?

3 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    Cold as fvck in the winter, hot as hell in the summer, and there are a lot of rain in between. The politicians are corrupt, the taxes are high, violent crime rates are much higher than national average, but there are many good restaurants though.

    After living in that godforsaken city for so many years, I finally packed up and moved from $hitcago to Honolulu almost 2 years ago. 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It's fun in the summer-- super fun!-- but cold af in the winter, especially when you live near Ohio and Ashland and have to walk 15 blocks in the freezing goddamn cold day-in and day-out to catch the bus into the loop where you work a block from Willis Tower because, while the El is closer, it doesn't run when you need it to. Public transportation is way better in New York. 

  • 1 month ago

    Cleaner than New York and nicer than Los Angeles, Chicago is the largest city in the Midwest. As such, it still has a touch of humbleness in its roots. There is ample public transportation, good jobs and plenty of diversity. This makes moving to Chicago an attractive option for those looking to relocate.

    Source(s): Google.
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