I am not a American, and I've never been in there either, so I've always wondered what life is like in USA, so I wanted to hear from people who live in that Country, what's it like living in America?
It depends where you live. I mean, the usa is a very big country. I live in Texas, so its hot in the summer...mild winter. I lie near a city so lots to do. I guess your question should be a little more specific?
The weather is cold in the winter for most Americans. You have to live in southern texas or southern florida or southern california to have a mild winter. The people are most all very friendly. I have worked in poor neighborhoods and some rich ones.... and it does not matter because most people are friendly and don't seem to judge others if they are poor. Of course, there are some people who are not friendly, just like every country, we have some oddballs and unfriendly types. If you want to go somewhere, there are no checkpoints or passports needed. You can travel to any state with your car and drive right over any states border with nobody stopping you. There are a lot of churches in America. Most people go to church on sunday. A couple religions go to church on Saturday, such as the 7th day adventists. They believe the bible says to "rest on the 7th day" and everyone knows the 7th day of the week is SATURDAY, not sunday. If you have a job, it is a good country to live in... but... if you are poor, things are expensive and nobody lowers their prices for anything for poor people.
HELL YEAH, MERICA
that basically sums it up
It depends on what city you live in.
USA, Las Vegas. It's just different. When I go to Hawaii, it's different. People and everything is like living in a different country. Even in America going from state to state is different. Check out Iowa, then go to California or Vegas, it's like a different. Try South Dakota then go to Miami. Spanish would be the main language. It's like a different world.
Think of a fire ant hill. Now stomp on it, filling with gasoline, set in on fire, and stick your hands in it. That's what America is like.
But other than that, it's a nice place.