"I tried asking where people lived so I could find out who lived in my town!"
If you want to find out who lives in your town, ask "Who Lives in [your town]?"
There's plenty of room for "Want to meet in Mytown?" or "Mytown Sparkers Raise your Hands!" or "What do you love about Mytown?" Any of those titles would be allowed and would get YOU useful information. Asking "Where do you live?" takes up just as much space, and what are you going to do with the answers that say "Dime Box, TX" or "Chickasawhatchee, GA?"
Ask what you want to know. You didn't want to know about people who live six thousand miles away and/or have no interest in meeting you. You want to know who lives near you and wants to do something together, so that's what you need to ask.
Edited by: ANARIE at: 4/19/2013 (21:58)
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