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    You KNOW You Might Be From ......

    I just got a whole list of these - some are pretty funny. Not everyone is represented - so if I miss any, PLEASE add your own ....

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    YOU MIGHT BE FROM ACADIANA

    [This is true Louisiana]

    1.. Your sunglasses fog up when you step outside.

    2.. The only four seasons you refer to are crab, crawfish, shrimp, and
    oyster.

    3.. Sons and husbands think the seasons are duck, dove, deer and squirrel.

    4.. You consider reinforcing your attic to store more Mardi Gras beads.

    5.. You were in high school before you realized that Catholic and
    Public were not the two major religions.

    6.. You've heard LSU fans scream louder for the band when it comes
    on the field than when the team enters the field.

    7.. You think that purple, gold, and green look good together and
    will even eat foods with those colors.

    8.. Your baby's first words are "boudin" and "beer".

    9.. You are at Downtown Alive or Mamou Mardi Gras when it starts to
    rain and you cover your drink rather than your head.

    10. You take Community coffee and Tabasco Sauce with you when you go on vacation.

    11. You don't bat an eye when someone says they want to "axe" you
    something, get down, or blow your horn, or make groceries (grind meat).

    12. You do not look confused when they say they are going to "save"
    their dishes.

    13. You are not alarmed at finding toy dolls in your pastry.

    14. You don't keep newspapers for recycling but for tablecloths at
    crawfish boils.

    15. You exhibit "doubloon reflex" by stomping on runaway quarters
    with your foot.

    16. You know that the best doughnuts are square and have no holes,
    or if they do have holes, they are from Meches

    17. You don't giggle when you refer to your ex-mayor as Dud, Moon,
    Cat, Duffy, Koyo, or Dutch, Puggy or LaLa.

    18. You refer to places in the area by bodies of water and not
    compass directions.

    19. You've been known to wear a paper bag on your head when attending
    Pro Football games.

    20. You complain about the six months of summer but smile when you
    think of Northerners shoveling snow.

    21. You describe Festival Acadiens in Lafayette's Girard Park as
    either dusty or muddy.

    22. You buy mosquito repellent in Jumbo size.

    23. You can spell Atchafalaya.
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    You know you're from Arizona when...


    1. You buy salsa by the quart.

    2. Your Christmas decorations include a half a yard of sand and 100 paper bags.

    3. You wish you bought stock in the orange barrel business.

    4. All of your out-of-state friends start to visit after October but clear out come the end of April.

    5. You think someone driving wearing oven mitts is clever.

    6. Most of the restaurants in your town have the first name "El" or "Los."

    7. You think six tons of crushed rock makes a beautiful yard.

    8. You've signed so many petitions to recall governors that you can't remember the name of the incumbent.

    9. You notice your car overheating before you drive it.

    10. You can say Hohokam and people don't think you're laughing funny.

    11. You no longer associate bridges (or rivers) with water.

    12. You see more irrigation water on the street than there is in the Salt River.

    13. You know a swamp cooler is not a happy hour drink.

    14. You can say "115 degrees" without fainting.

    15. You can be in the snow, then drive for an hour to where it will be over 100 degrees.

    16. Vehicles with open windows have the right-of-way in the summer.

    17. People break out coats when the temperature drops below 70.

    18. You discover, in July, that it only takes two fingers to drive your car.

    19. The pool can be warmer than you are.

    20. You can make sun tea instantly.

    21. You run your air conditioner in the middle of winter so you can use your fireplace.

    22. Most people will not drink tap water unless they are in dire condition.

    23. People with black cars, or have black upholstery in their car, are automatically assumed to be insane or from out-of-state.

    24. You notice the best parking place is determined by shade instead of distance.

    25. Monday Night Football starts at 7:00 p.m. instead of 9:00 p.m.

    26. You know that Valley Fever isn't a disco dance.

    27. You can finish a 44-oz. Big Gulp in 10 minutes and go back for more.

    28. Hotter water comes from the cold water tap than the hot one.

    29. You can correctly pronounce the words "Saguaro," "Tempe," "Gila Bend," "San Xavier," "Canyon de Chelly," "Mogollon Rim," "Cholla," and "Ajo."

    30. It's noon in July, kids are on summer vacation, and not one person is moving on the streets.

    31. You actually burn your hand opening the car door.

    32. Some fool can market Mini-Misters for joggers and some other fool will actually buy them.

    33. Hot air balloons can't go up, because the air outside is hotter than the air inside.

    34. No one would dream of putting vinyl upholstery in a car.
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    Well isn't that the truth lol
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    You know you're in Southern California when:

    1. Your coworker has eight body piercings and none are visible.

    2. You make over $250,000 and still can't afford a house.

    3. You take a bus and are shocked that two people carrying on a conversation in English.

    4. Your child's 3rd grade teacher has purple hair, a nose ring, and is named Breeze.

    5. You can't remember -- is pot illegal?

    6. You've been to more than one baby shower that has two mothers and a sperm donor.

    7. You have a very strong opinion about where your coffee beans are grown and can taste the difference between Sumatra and Ethiopian.

    8. You also know which Brentwood restaurant serves the freshest arugula.

    9. A really great parking space can move you to tears.

    10. A low-speed pursuit will interrupt ANY TV broadcast.

    11. Gas costs 75 cents-per-gallon more than anywhere else in the U.S.

    12. A man gets on the bus in full leather regalia and crotchless chaps. You don't even notice.

    13. A woman gets on the bus with live poultry. You don't even notice.

    14. Unlike back home, the guy you see at 8:30 a.m. at Starbucks wearing the baseball cap and sunglasses who looks like George Clooney IS George Clooney.

    15. Your car insurance costs as much as your house payment.

    16. The gym is packed at 3 p.m. -- on a workday.

    17. Your hairdresser is straight, your plumber is gay, the woman who delivers your mail is into BDSM, and your Mary Kay rep is a guy in drag.

    18. It's sprinkling and there's a report on every news station about "STORM WATCH 99."

    19. You have to leave the big company meeting early because Billy Blanks himself is teaching the 4:00 p.m. Tae Bo class.

    20. Your paperboy has a two-picture deal.

    21. The three-hour traffic jam you just sat through wasn't caused by a horrific nine-car Freeway pileup, but by everyone slowing to rubberneck at a lost shoe lying on the shoulder.

    22. The weatherman talks about the weather in other parts of the country, as if we really care.

    23. You pass an elementary school playground and the children are all busy with their cell phones or pagers.

    24. It's sprinkling outside, so you leave for work an hour or two early to avoid all the weather-related accidents.

    25. You AND your dog have therapists.
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    You know you're from Connecticut when:


    You have hiked up a big hill or small mountain at least once for a keg party.

    You thought everyone couldn't buy beer after 8 p.m.

    You actually thought that Hartford was big.

    You still think the Whalers are cool.

    You have been to Misquamicut, and to that little hot dog place.

    There is a farm within five miles of your house.

    You don't have an accent when you talk.

    You have known at least two preppy rich kids from Fairfield who listen to Phish.

    You love Hilton Kaderli and your mom cried when he retired.

    You have deer in your backyard.

    You still don't understand why people say that Connecticut is the richest state.

    Your mom works at Aetna or Travelers and your dad works at Pratt and Whitney.

    You have been drunk at the Meadows and don't remember the concert.

    You go to Riverside at least once a summer.

    Your parents actually care about the governor, the Patriots coming to Hartford, the lights at Christmas in Hartford, and Channel 3 news.

    You've partied at bonfires.

    You have at least one friend with a pickup.

    You think everyone works tobacco in the summer.

    You think Old Lyme is a shore town.

    You think the Connecticut River is endless.

    The town diner is the only place open after midnight.

    You root for all the New York sports teams.

    If anybody asks, you're from just outside of New York.

    You've never looked at a public bus schedule.

    You have both girlfriends and guy friends with the same name as you.

    You think New Haven is the worst ghetto you've ever seen.

    You have said, "I'm in a good location ... between Boston and New York."

    You get mad at anyone who doesn't know how to drive in the snow.

    You still can't find your way in Hartford (except for that bar area near Union Station).
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    You might be a Coloradan if ...

    you carry your $3,000 mountain bike on top of your $500 car.

    you thought "Californication" would be banned by Amendment 2.

    you're actually proud of "South Park."

    you have a business degree and are frying burgers at McDonald's.

    you have a fat tire in your refrigerator and your garage.

    you tell your husband to pick up granola on his way home from work and he stops at the day care.

    you own a big dog named Aspen, Buck, or Cheyenne that wears a bandanna.

    you cast out your fishing line while white-water rafting.

    you've never seen the tourist attractions in your own city.

    all summer you thought a redneck named "Bubby" was gonna be your quarterback.

    a pass does not involve a football or a woman.

    you are 82 years old and take up snowboarding.

    your SUV tire size exceeds your IQ.

    your real Y2K fear is running out of Celestial Seasonings tea and trail mix.

    the entire top of your head is bald, but you still have a pony tail.

    you personally wouldn't pay $10 per head to drive up Pikes Peak unless it was the only mountain on earth, but you tell all your houseguests to do it.

    you can recite the entire Bible from memory, but can't remember to use your turn signal (oh, those Colorado Springs folk).

    you get depressed after one day of foggy weather.

    you wear the latest fashions a year after they went out of style.

    you think that formal wear is ironed denim.

    north means "mountains to the left;" south is "mountains to the right"; and east and west are where all those damn conservatives keep moving in from.

    you go anywhere else on the planet and the air feels "sticky."

    you consider a three-piece suit to be a pair of shorts, a sweatshirt, and Birkenstocks.

    you see your East Coast relatives now more than when you lived there.

    you think gun control is not dropping it.

    your bridal registry is at REI.

    you can run up 10 flights of stairs without huffing and puffing.

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    You're a true Floridian if....

    You won't pull off the road just to look at an alligator.

    You realize that the only reason for Georgia's existence is to provide extra billboard space for advertising Florida.

    You understand the utter futility of exterminating cockroaches.

    You understand the only escape from mosquitoes is death.

    You wear a sweater when it gets below 70 degrees.

    You don't even consider Miami a nice place to visit.

    You can remember when there was no good reason to go to Orlando.

    You don't yell "SHARK" when you see a group of porpoises playing in the surf.

    Your definition of "waterfront property" doesn't include condominium apartments on man-made canals 20 miles from the ocean.

    You laugh when Northerners say that Florida doesn't have a change of seasons, because you know the rates are much lower after Labor Day

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    You know you're from Kansas when:

    You've never met any celebrities.

    Your idea of a traffic jam is ten cars waiting to pass a tractor on the highway.

    You've seen all the biggest bands, ten years after they were popular.

    You measure distance in minutes.

    Down south to you means Arkansas.

    You know several people who have hit a deer.

    You have no problem spelling or pronouncing "Tonganoxie."

    Your school's classes were cancelled because of cold.

    Your school's classes were cancelled because of heat.

    You've ridden the school bus for an hour each way.

    You've ever had to switch from "heat" to "A/C" in the same day.

    You think ethanol makes your truck "run a lot better."

    You know what's knee-high by the Fourth of July.

    Stores don't have bags; they have sacks.

    You see people wear bib overalls at funerals.

    You see a car running in the parking lot at the store with no one in it, no matter what time of the year.

    You end your sentences with an unnecessary preposition. Example: "Where's my coat at?" or "If you go to the mall I wanna go with."

    All the festivals across the state are named after a fruit, vegetable, or grain.

    De-tasseling was your first job.

    Your idea of a really great tenderloin is when the meat is twice as big as the bun and accompanied only by ketchup and a dill pickle slice.

    You say catty-wumpus and kitty-corner.

    You install security lights on your house and garage, and leave both unlocked.

    You think of the four major food groups as beef, pork, beer, and Jell-O salad with marshmallows.

    When asked how your trip was to any foreign, exotic place, you say, "It was different."

    You consider being called a "Pork Queen" an honor.

    You carry jumper cables in your car.

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    YOU KNOW YOU'RE A NATIVE NEW ORLEANIAN IF:

    No matter where else you go in the world, you are always disappointed in the food.

    You get up in the morning and start a pot of rice to cooking before you give any thought to what you'll fix for dinner.

    Your loved one dies and you book a jazz band before you call the coroner.

    You think the breeze from a flying roach feels good on a hot summer night.

    Your accent sounds nothing like Harry Connick,Jr's.

    You can sing these jingles by heart: "Rosenberg's, Rosenberg's, 1825 Tulane" & [/I]"At the beach, at the beach, the Ponchartrain Beach...."[/I]

    You were a high school graduate before you realized that Catholic and Public were not two major religions.

    Your baby's first words are "long beads."

    You ask, "How they running?" and "Are dey fat?", but you're inquiring about seafood quality and not the Crescent City Classic.

    When a hurricane is imminent, you have a lot more faith in Nash Roberts than Super Doppler 6000.

    Your town is low on the education chart, high on the obesity chart and you don't care because you're No. 1 on the party chart.

    Nothing shocks you. Period. Ever - not politics, hurricanes, red lights, parking tickets, the Saints, Mardi Gras.....

    Your one-martini lunch becomes a five-bloody mary afternoon.......and
    you keep your job.

    Being in a jam at Tulane and Broad isn't the same as being stuck in traffic.

    You're walking in the French Quarter with a plastic cup of beer. When it starts to rain, you cover you beer instead of your head.

    Your idea of health food is a baked potato instead of fries with your seafood platter.

    You have to take your coffee and favorite coffeemaker with you on a three-day trip.

    You have sno-ball stains on your shoes.

    You call tomato sauce "red gravy."

    Your middle name is your mother's maiden name or your father's mother's maiden name or your mother's mother's maiden name or your grandmother's mother's maiden name or your grandfather's mother's maiden name.

    You know you recycled too much newspaper when there isn't enough for the dinner (or crawfish) table.

    You are going through customs and the agent asks you where you're from and you answer, "Gentilly."

    On certain spring days, crawfish monica is your breakfast.

    You eat sno-balls instead of throwing them.

    Your house payment is less than your utility bill.

    You've done your laundry in a bar.

    You push little old ladies out of the way to catch Mardi Gras throws.

    You have been pushedout of the way by little old ladies catching Mardi Gras throws.

    You look forward to being smashed by a hurricane.

    You don't show your "pretties" during Mardi Gras.

    Catching "crabs" makes you smile.

    You write "crookedpolitician" as all one word.

    You know it's "ask" but you purposely say "ax".

    You understand it when someone describes their favorite color as K&B purple.

    You know how to mispronounce street names correctly.
    (Melpomene, Terpsichore, Chartes, etc...)

    You know that Tchoupitoulas is a street and not a disease.

    You can "boo" the mayor on national television.

    Beignets are the major cause of your gallstones.

    You wear sweaters in October because it "ought to be cold".

    Someone asks you "Where you at?" and you tell them how you are.

    You are left behind at an out-of-town bar searching for a "go cup".

    You think of potholes as naturally occurring speed bumps.

    Your grandparents are called "Maw Maw" and "Paw Paw".

    You suck the heads, sing the blues and you actually know where you got them shoes.

    You shake out your shoes before putting them on.

    You're afraid to move away because you won't be able to make Sugar-
    Busters!

    You don't go buy groceries, you make groceries.

    You know that "super doppler" does not refer to a generously endowed woman's chest.

    You know why you should never, ever swim by the Lake Pontchartrain steps(for more than one reason).

    You cringe every time you hear an actor with a "Southern" or "Cajun" accent in a "New Orleans-based" movie or TV show.

    You have to reset your clocks after every thunderstorm.

    You waste more time navigating back streets than you would if you just sat in traffic.

    You still call the Fairmont Hotel the Roosevelt.

    You consider garbage cans a legal step to protecting your parking space on a public street.

    You fall asleep to the soothing sounds of four box fans.

    You ignore cockroaches because you know the only ones you could kill are the weak or infirmed, and it would only serve to strengthen the breed.
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    The Arizona one is too tru!
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    You know you are a true Atlantan if:

    You still refer to "Superstation TBS" as "Channel 17."

    Peachtree St., Peachtree Rd., W. Peachtree St. and Peachtree Industrial Blvd. don't confuse you at all.

    You remember the pink pig at Rich's.

    You remember when Forsyth County, Hall County, and Douglas County were not considered a part of Metro Atlanta.

    You remember when Macy's was called Davison's and Target was called Richway.

    You remember when Channel 2 was NBC, Channel 5 was CBS, and Channel 11 was ABC.

    You know at least three different ways to get anywhere in Atlanta.

    You get goosebumps when you hear "Georgia On My Mind" played at the Stone Mountain Laser Show (If you don't know what the Stone Mountain Laser Show is, go back to Ohio).

    You know what you're supposed to do with the pencils that are on the table at Mary Mac's.

    You wave at someone to thank them when they let you out in traffic.

    You remember when Lenox Square was just one story.
    (Bonus points if you remember when it wasn't even covered and there were statues of Brer Rabbit characters in the open air mall).

    You went bowling at Lenox Square and shopped at the Colonial grocery store there. You parked under the large colored balls.

    You remember that Henri's was at Cherokee Plaza, po boys were made by Nellie and cost 50 cents.

    You remember Rich's Bakery had those delicious chocolate cakes and cheese straws.

    You remember Birthday parties at Playland Skating rink on Buford Highway -- picking up pennies in your skates.

    You remember Storyland on Hwy. 41 near Akers Mill.

    The 3 Dollar Cafe was Animal Crackers, and you wanted to go there to ride the ferris wheel. For that matter, how about when Animal Crackers was Baker Motors and sold MGs and other exotic "foreign" cars?

    You remember when Vinings consisted of the Lovett.

    You remember the Uniform shop, the Old Vinings Inn, Nina Wakefield's antique warehouse, and train tracks.

    If someone told you they lived in Vinings, they didn't really mean Smyrna. You went to dances at the Cochise Club.

    Princess Penny attended one of your birthday parties.

    You remember the Briarcliff Hotel on Peachtree at Colonial Homes, across from Longhorn steaks.

    You thought that "Heisman" was spelled H-e-r-s-c-h-e-l.

    You learned how to roller skate and/or drive in the parking lot of Sears in Buckhead.

    You went to Mathis Dairy for field trips and milked Rosebud.

    You remember when Lewis Grizzard would tell all the Yankees who moved here and complained about it that, "Delta is ready when you are."

    You mourned for Grizzard's dog, Catfish.

    You called them "Maynards" (the original green herbie-curby Trash cans). You won goldfish at the Pace Fair. You cried when your goldfish died the day after the Pace Fair.

    Only rugby players went to Five Paces Inn.

    Only senior citizens went to Churchill Arms.

    The aforementioned bars were the only ones in Buckhead.

    You remember the Hyatt Regency's blue dome was the tallest point in downtown.

    You could stand at one end of Buckhead and see the other end.

    You remember the Coca-Cola sign in Buckhead.

    You remember the stores in the triangle-shaped property between TheRoxy and Aunt Charlie's.

    You remember when Sidney Marcus Boulevard was a dirt road and was named Marion Road.

    You remember Sidney Marcus, for that matter.

    You remember the Buford Highway extension/I-85 access road WAS I-85.

    You remember the airport before Hartsfield.

    You remember when the Atlanta Hawks played in Alexander Memorial Coliseum, and you sat on benches without backs to watch the game. The Atlanta Flames.

    You remember Cannonball Butler, Claude Humphrey, and Tommy Nobis.

    You remember Quicksie in Dixie. (DJ Gary McKee and Skinny Bobby Harper).

    You remember The Great Speckled Bird.

    You remember Willie B lived in a cage.

    You remember Johnny Beckman and Guy Sharpe.

    You remember Officer Don, Woody Willow, and Miss Boo.

    You remember Johnny Escoe's and Hart's.

    You remember Tillie the Teller.

    You remember The Atlanta Chiefs.

    You remember Lindbergh MARTA Station was Arlens.

    You remember Lindbergh Plaza was Broadview Plaza, and before that it was a lake.

    You remember where the Home Depot is, there were amusement park rides and a big structure that looked like a cake for celebrating birthdays.

    You remember when you didn't have to ask, "Which Varsity?"

    And finally, you know you are old Atlanta if you remember when only farm animals lived in Alpharetta!
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