6 Places You Could Easily Move To From The U.S. If You Just Can’t Cope Anymore

The 2016 presidential election has taken such a toll on millions of Americans on both sides. Many feel threatened, shocked, and unsafe in light of what’s unfolded over the last two days.

No matter which way you slice it, this nation is divided. Some want to bring about change at any cost, while others now fear for their rights. Many have even actively discussed fleeing the country on the basis of those fears. But moving is never easy, especially given the state of migration worldwide. National interest in moving to Canada was so high last night, in fact, that the Canadian immigration site crashed.

That being said, the process of emigrating to Canada is not an easy one. Canada might not be the best choice for relocation, but if you’re dead set on leaving the U.S., these six countries have made it incredibly easy for Americans to earn citizenship. The kicker is that they’re beautiful, too.

1. Sweden

Despite its high taxes and cost of living, a residential permit can be quickly obtained for as little as $117. The entire permit process can be completed online, cutting down on expensive postage costs and delays in acceptance notices. In 2014, Sweden had one of the largest residence permit acceptance rates in the world. More than 110,000 permits were issued that year.

2. Mexico

Mexico may just be the closest alternative to living in the U.S. For just $21 every six months, U.S. residents can obtain an FFM Visa, which can be renewed indefinitely. The one downside to these permits is that they are only good for those who do not wish to work in Mexico.

3. New Zealand

If the “Lord of the Rings” movies taught us anything, it’s how beautiful this country is. It also has a relatively simple immigration process. The country gives potential residents a variety of methods to help them achieve citizenship.

When applying for a visa, you must meet one of five criteria: reside in New Zealand for 184 days as a resident before applying to make that status permanent, have a tax residence status in the country, invest money into the New Zealand economy, own a business in the country, or simply establish a base in New Zealand for 41 days living with another permanent resident.

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15 Things That Actually Go On In Locker Rooms — This Is Crazy (Not)

When it comes to presidential election coverage, I typically try to avoid it at all costs by watching trashy reality shows with a bottle of wine.

However, this presidential cycle has proven to be the gift that keeps on giving, so I decided to watch Sunday’s second presidential debate. Boy am I glad I did, because it was basically reality television — without the table flipping and drink throwing.

During Sunday’s town-hall style debate, Donald Trump talked about the comments he made during a TV interview. He referenced sexually harassing women, but during the debate, he brushed his words off as nothing more than traditional “locker room talk.”

Since Trump’s remarks have sparked controversy with a variety of male athletes, we here at ViralNova thought we’d look into the other kinds of things that go on in locker rooms. It’s quite shocking what we found out.

1. There’s a lot of pumping fellow teammates up for the big game.

2. Not everyone is able to keep cool during high-pressure situations, though.

3. Sometimes you overhear some weird things in locker rooms…

4. For instance, grown men screaming like constipated moose.

5. When it all comes down to it, though, locker rooms are for sports teams celebrating wins.

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6. Occasionally, you might hear a teammate pumping themselves up to hit the court.

7. Others choose to simply dance like no one’s watching.

8. Some athletes use their locker rooms as a refreshing place to shower.

9. The locker room can also be a space where a player’s anxiety comes out.

10. Locker rooms can also be utilized for completely pointless — but awesome — displays of athleticism.

11. I know for a fact that the locker room at one high school has served as the prime location to spontaneously break out into song.

12. Sometimes, you can hear grown men crying in a locker room — if you’re really lucky.

13. In recent years, locker rooms have become the prime location for supernatural activity.

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14. They’re also the perfect place for a heart-to-heart with your coach.

15. At times, things may get a bit awkward…

Bottom line, I think we can all agree that when someone says this in a locker room…

They don’t mean go sexually assault a woman.

Shaq knows what we’re sayin’.

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