You know you are from SAN DIEGO if…

10 Sep

I came across this list a couple years ago and every once in a while it pops up in an email or on MySpace so I thought I’d post it here for fun 🙂 I love this list because every SINGLE thing on this list, I can relate to. Seriously. Every single one. I had to comment on a few of them hehe.

You know you are from San Diego if…

– Your high school had a surf team.

– Rolled tacos are a weekly staple in your house.

– Everyone has their favorite beach.

– You can correctly pronounce Tierrasanta, La Jolla, Rancho Penasquitos, San Ysidro, Otay Mesa, Jamacha, Jamul, Cuyamaca, and El Cajon

– There are four distinct seasons: Summer, Not Quite Summer, Almost Summer, and Oh Hey Look Its Summer Again (YES! So true...)

– Your house is worth more than some small countries.

– You know what MB, OB, and PB stand for

– Every street name is either in Spanish or Spanish related, and you’re surprised when other areas don’t have this

– You can determine the accuracy of someone’s “I’m ghetto” claim by knowing their high school. For example, El Camino High School or Crawford High School

– You see weather forecasts for four different climate zones in the same county, and aren’t remotely surprised. The Micro Climate Weather

– You’ve tailgated at Qualcomm Stadium, and for a bonus point, also tailgated when it was Jack Murphy Stadium

– You have a favorite: the Wild Animal Park or the Zoo

– You’ve been on a field trip to see an Imax movie at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center (8th grade!)

– You still call it the Del Mar Fair (and I’ll never call it anything else!)

– You say “I’m going to the track” and people know what you mean.

– You understand what May-Gray and June-Gloom is.

– A famous skateboarder/surfer lives in your town.

– There’s a North County, a South County, and an East County but no Central or West County

– “Mossy Nissan! Mossy Nissan! Mossy Nissan Moves You!” (Ohhh man… this is making me miss San Diego so much!)

– You’ve gotten stuck in the Horton Plaza parking structure traffic after a Padres game

– You know what “The Merge” is, and will plan your entire day around not being on it during rush hour.

– You’ve been to Belmont Park.

– You’ve seen the seals in La Jolla.

– You once went on a Whale Watching field trip in school. (6th grade – on my 12th birthday!)

– You’ve taken the Coaster and laughed at people sitting in traffic on the 5!

– You know the difference between Clairemont Mesa, Kearny Mesa, and Mira Mesa, and maybe you remember Serra Mesa too.

– You’ve gone to Sea World on a warm day and sat in the first few rows at the Shamu Show to get cooled off.

– You’ve been delayed at the Border Checkpoints at the I-5 & the I-15

– There are more bands than people (HAHAHA!)

– Your house doesn’t have air conditioning.

– You have walked down the pier and eaten at Ruby’s in Oceanside. (That pier is my absolute favorite place to be.)

– You know it’s San Diegan, not San Diegoan, or San Diegoite

– No matter what the weather is, there is always someone walking around in a t-shirt, shorts, and flip flops

-You live on, near or are surrounded by hills (that most other places would like to call “mountains”).

-You are a VERY good driver. You hate tourists and their bad driving.

-You have family and or friends that have moved to Arizona

– You have been to a Wedding at Balboa Park

– You used to, and sometimes still do ride the carousel at Seaport Village

– You know someone who doesn’t own pants, and have a neighbor who doesn’t seem to own a shirt.

– You know what Santa Ana’s are, and that they have literally nothing to do with the city of Santa Ana

– You know that the media greatly exaggerates the impact of earthquakes.

– If the menu doesn’t have California burritos on it, forget it, its not real Mexican food

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