Top 10 Reasons NOT to Move to Denver, Colorado

The Top 10 reasons You Should NOT move to Denver, Colorado and the worst things you NEED to know about moving to Colorado Springs or Boulder instead.

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What’s it like living in Denver? Well first off, the elevation is higher than most cities at 5,280 feet above sea level and it’s located right next to the beautiful front range of the Rocky Mountains. The weather here is crazy and gets very cold with lots of snow but also very hot and dry in the Summer. It’s actually the largest city in Colorado, and along with Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Boulder and other secluded mountain towns, one of the best cities to live in America. A lot of people are moving from California and Texas to the Mile High City, making it one of the fastest growing and most expensive cities in the United States. If the Centennial State has the #1 economy, why shouldn’t you live in Denver, CO?

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  1. Can we hit 500 Likes?! Hope you all enjoy Denver and let me know any other types of videos you wanna see! Top 10 Worst States is COMING SOON 🙂
    In all honesty, Colorado is one of my favorite states and Denver is an amazing city that has so much going for it!
    Which city / state should we cover NEXT?!

  2. sigh Beats where the hell I am originally from. Denver is a good Place, Other than the Emonecks from Big Bend, Kansas. I say, Denver is a small town but I liked it! I just wish My parents never tagged along with the last time I visited Colorado. I just wish I moved there tbh! I know it's a small Rural City but Compared to Kansas City MI and Wichita, KS There's stuff to do in Colorado Especially in my Favorite City Denver! It is like heaven for me, It's a very Chill Place and they allow 4/20. I learned that the very hard way and stuck up high with Edibles. I won't be trying that again, If I do Marijuana again I'll smoke it like how the others did. I have a Cousin there and her Fiancé that just got Vasectomize. I wanna get a Vasectomy in Denver, Colorado if I ever have a Chance of visiting there again without Problems in the future. It's a Purple City Mostly by Out of staters like me, and Very Skinny People. I don't See Too many Fatsos in Colorado. See? Where I am from it's the opposite. Most folks that is From Denver moved to my hometown and they moved back to Denver within less than 6 months. They Can't handle the Ghetto Bullshit, Neither can I TBH! Geez, I love Colorado! Sure, it's a small city but in 10-15 years it's gonna be even more populated and can be like the best State in the Midwest. Tornadoes do happen but rarely does it ever hit Denver or Colorado in general Compared to Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. My Aunt dislike Denver because she has to visit her Daughter or my cousin's Family. I say, YOU LUCKY SOB; You have a Home in Denver, Colorado. She has 2 Sons and I know one of them is gonna be a Gay Liberal and when that day comes and My Cousin Committed Suicide with a handgun next to her husband then I know I would be a Happy and Proud Uncle of the Eurasian Nephew of mine. He might act like a Normal Toddler now but when he grows up to be a Teenager and Comes out of the Closet I would accept him or both him and his Brother if one of them Came out of the Closet or both to dearly call me an "Uncle!" Until That day comes, Then I accept. If not, Then I have NO NEPHEWS. But one of my Nephew is a Liberal and knows who President Joe Biden is, That's at least a Good Start!

  3. Ah, yes, Denver: Super-congested. People and heavy traffic EVERYWHERE. Repeat: EVERYWHERE. Astronomical rental rates. Super-overpriced housing. Homeless camps everywhere. If you make at least $80k/year, you'll do fine; Anything less and you'll just "make it." Denver is quickly becoming a "Second L.A." The transformation began in the 90s. I know: I've lived here for fifty years…….

  4. Currently 13 days from my permanent ex-fil from Colorado. Love the landscapes/natural scenery…. Thats it.. Hate everything else here.

  5. I grew up in the suburbs from 1991-2003. It wasn't bad. My dad worked construction. But then the Bricklayers Union took a toll on jobs.
    They don't even Paid Time Off. My dad was a Foreman who got laid off after coming back from a 3 week trip to Panama. I knew taking 3 weeks off was a bad idea. My dad had a hard time looking for another job for another company and couldn't afford to start his own company. My dad had to file for unemployment and put the house for sale. We ended up moving back to Pennsylvania where we came from. It was a worst situation there. Then we moved South to North Carolina.
    Things got a little better.

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